When Climate Change is Actually a Good Thing in Aero #4 [Preview]

Aero #4 is in stores this week from Marvel Comics, by Zhou Liefen, Keng, Greg Pack, Alyssa Wong, Pop Mhan, Federico Blee, and Joe Caramagna. We’ve got a preview below.

Aero #4 [Preview]

Poor Aero was just trying to enjoy a date with her boyfriend, but he planned to propose. Aero wasn’t feeling it. Awkward! Luckily, the shifting climate of the planet that will eventually result in the death of humanity finally worked out in someone’s favor for once!

Aero #4 [Preview]

Of course, this freak storm may have gotten Aero out of turning down that proposal, but there is still the matter of the people on the ferry it may murder. A small price to pay? But Aero is a hero.

Aero #4 [Preview]

She’s determined to put a stop to the vortex and save everyone on the boat.

Aero #4 [Preview]

They seem pretty determined for her to do it too.

Aero #4 [Preview]

And she succeeds!

Aero #4 [Preview]

Now if we could just have her constantly flying around the planet and putting a stop to all the storms, we can burn all the coal we want, baby! Aero #4 is in stores on Wednesday.

AERO #4
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(W) Zhou Liefen, Greg Pak (A) Pop Mhan (A/CA) Keng
WATER AND JADE!
• LING’S boyfriend wants to know why she’s late for their date and her mother wants to know why she never calls, but Ling has bigger problems…
• …fighting to save innocents from a mysterious vortex in the river and uncovering a shocking new threat!
• Meanwhile, in our second story, co-written by Greg Pak and NEBULA-WINNING science fiction and fantasy writer Alyssa Wong, WAVE and AERO continue to unlock the mystery of ALONTECH – and Wave’s own origins!
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 16, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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