Blame Canada For This 7-Page Preview of Alpha Flight: True North

Marvel has released an unlettered preview of Alpha Flight: True North, the upcoming one-shot comic starring Canada's favorite superhero team. But what's all this aboot "blame Canada," eh? Well, that's because the creative teams involved are all Canadians.

Written by Jim Zub, Jed MacKay, and Ed Brissonā  with art by Max Dunbar, Djibril Morissette-Phan, and Scott Hepburn, ALPHA FLIGHT: TRUE NORTH #1 features three brand-new tales no one has ever told…until now! And in case you're keeping score, True Believer, we ain't pulling the proverbial wool over your peepers; this creative team is composed entirely of clever Canucks!

These committed connoisseurs of the Commonwealth are putting together the greatest collection of Canadian Super Heroes the world has ever seen, and now, you can get a glimpse at the secret history of classic Alpha Flight stalwarts like Puck, Snowbird, Talisman, Northstar, Marrina, Guardian, Vindicator, and more!

The comic comes out in September, but final order cutoff is on Monday, so let your retailers know that you want a copy or when release day comes around, you can take off, hoser. Check out the preview below.

(W) Jim Zub, Jed MacKay, Ed Brisson (A) Max Dunbar, Djibril Morissette-Phan, Scott Hepburn (CA) Nick Bradshaw
Grab your hat and come travel light… adventure lies just around the bend! Three brand-new tales no one has ever told…until now! Join the greatest creators the Great White North has to offer as we unearth the secret history of the classic Alpha Flight stalwarts: Puck! Snowbird! Talisman! Northstar! Marrina! Guardian! Vindicator!
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 04, 2019
Final Orders Due: Aug 12, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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