Marvel Comics presents an exclusive preview of Heroes Reborn #7, by Jason Aaron, Aaron Kuder, Ed McGuinness and more.
Marvel Comics has given CBR an exclusive preview of Heroes Reborn #7, by Jason Aaron, Aaron Kuder, Dean White, Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, Matthew Wilson and VC’s Cory Petit. In the preview, Mark Milton/Hyperion battles against Kyle Richmond/Nighthawk a few years prior to the events of the main story. While the latter has bonded with a symbiote, Hyperion grabs his opponent and flies him into space, making clear that Mark is the superior force. Neither Hyperion nor Nighthawk dies in the fight, and instead they’re later reunited as part of the Squadron Supreme of America.
You can see CBR’s exclusive preview of Heroes Reborn #7 below alongside the solicitation information for the book. The issue features covers by Leinil Francis Yu and Sunny Gho; Iban Coello and Alejandro Sanchez; Jeffrey Veregge; John Tyler Christopher; Mark Bagley, John Dell and Romulo Fajardo Jr.; and Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez.
HEROES REBORN #7 (OF 7)
- JASON AARON (W) • AARON KUDER & ED MCGUINNESS (A)
- Cover by LEINIL FRANCIS YU
- Variant Cover by JEFFREY VEREGGE
- VARIANT COVER BY Patrick GLEASON
- TRADING CARD VARIANT BY MARK BAGLEY
- ACTION FIGURE VARIANT COVER BY JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER
- STORMBREAKERS VARIANT COVER BY IBAN COELLO
- Together they ended the Kree/Skrull war, defeated Dr. Doom in his Secret War and even endured their own civil war between Hyperion and Nighthawk, but now the Squadron Supreme of America faces their greatest challenge yet: a mysterious new group of troublemakers called the Avengers.
- 40 PGS./Rated T+ …$4.99
Created by Roy Thomas and Sal Buscema, Hyperion first appeared in 1969’s Avengers #69. There have been multiple versions of the character throughout the years, and the Mark Milton version made his debut in 1971’s Avengers #85. Hyperion, as a character, is generally considered to be Marvel’s take on DC’s Superman.
Kyle Richmond/Nighthawk was created by Roy Thomas and Sal Buscema. The original version of Nighthawk debuted with Hyperion in 1969’s Avengers #69, though several different versions of the character have appeared throughout the years. Nighthawk shares a number of key parallels with DC’s Batman and is generally considered Marvel’s take on the hero.
Heroes Reborn #7, by Jason Aaron, Aaron Kuder, Dean White, Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, Matthew Wilson and VC’s Cory Petit, goes on sale June 16 from Marvel Comics.
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