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Published January 8, 2019

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Week Reveals Four 'Fantastic' Variant Covers

Issues #6-9 will feature art to celebrate the FF's debut in Marvel games!

As revealed on the FANTASTIC FOUR: WORLD'S GREATEST WEEK  livestream, upcoming issues of FANTASTIC FOUR will feature variant covers to herald the return of Marvel's First Family to several Marvel video games! The Fantastic Four will be playable characters in Marvel Contest of Champions, Marvel Future Fight, Marvel Puzzle Quest, and Marvel Strike Force -- and each game will get its own cover from issues #6 through #9! You'll be able to order the issues with the variant covers online and at your local comic shop!

Here are the covers:

Marvel Contest of Champions (FANTASTIC FOUR #6)

Art by Sean Smailes and Sim Singh (and Kabam)
Available Wednesday, January 16

Marvel Contest of Champions (FANTASTIC FOUR #6)

Marvel Future Fight (FANTASTIC FOUR #7)

Art by Yongho Cho
Available Wednesday, February 13

Marvel Future Fight (FANTASTIC FOUR #7)

Marvel Puzzle Quest (FANTASTIC FOUR #8)

Art by Jae Tsai, David Talaski-Brown, and Egil Thompson
Available Wednesday, March 13

Marvel Puzzle Quest (FANTASTIC FOUR #8)

Marvel Strike Force (FANTASTIC FOUR #9)

Art by Art Wong, Christopher Giacinti, and Huy "WeeArts" Dinh
Available in April

Marvel Strike Force (FANTASTIC FOUR #9)

Remember -- you can pre-order your issues of FANTASTIC FOUR with these variant covers online and at your local comic shop!

For more Fantastic Four content during World's Greatest Week, visit Marvel.com/fantasticfourweek!

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