Behold: Rob Liefeld’s New Cover for Major X #2 Second Printing

A lot of comic book fans were so excited by the first appearance of Major X in Spider-Man/Deadpool #47 that both the first and second issues sold out at Diamond before they went on sale. Earlier today, Bleeding Cool wrote about the plans for a second printing of Major X #2, but now Marvel has revealed the second printing variant cover by superstar creator Rob Liefeld himself.

Behold: Rob Liefeld's Second Printing Variant for Major X #2

Not bad for a character who debuted with a minor appearance in a satirical super-mega-crossover event. Major X #2 (the first printing) goes on sale April 17th.

Marvel’s press release follows:

Ahead of Release, MAJOR X #2 Sells Out and Returns for Second Printing with Exclusive Cover!

New York, NY—April 9th, 2019—Following the sell-out of MAJOR X #1 ahead of its release, Marvel is excited to announce that ahead of its release on April 17th, MAJOR X #2 has sold out and will return to comic shops for a second printing with an exclusive second printing cover by Rob Liefeld!

Major X marks Rob Liefeld’s return to the X-Men, and buzz among critics and fans alike is high!

“Liefeld churns out some of his best work here, and if you’re a fan of these classic characters, you’ll find a lot to love.” – Comicbook.com

“Serving as a fun throwback to Liefeld’s days drawing Cable, Deadpool, and Wolverine this is a huge success. It offers a ton of action, a curious mystery, and a killer cliffhanger. It certainly accomplishes what it sets out to do.” – AiPT!

“If you are looking for a trip down Memory Lane then I would certainly recommend picking this one up!” – Comic Crusaders

MAJOR X #1 debuted on April 3rd and has already gone back for a second printing…check out the exclusive second printing cover for MAJOR X #2!

MAJOR X #2
Written ROB LIEFELD
Art by BRENT PEEPLES
Cover by ROB LIEFELD & ROMULO FAJARDO JR.

 

About Jude Terror

A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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