The fallout from Civil War II is still happening and a revolution has begun – and the next generation of heroes are here to make a difference! It’s time for a brighter tomorrow and that starts with Marvel’s newest teen team supreme – the Champions! Marvel presents a special trailer to coincide with the series’ second issue – available now! This new Champions team isn’t focused on just beating people up. It’s more nuanced, the experiences of Civil War II with its collateral damage by The Avengers and others made these marvel teens ban together and look elsewhere to tackle real-issues and find alternative ways to help change and improve their world without just brute force. Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan), Spider-Man (Miles Morales), Nova (Sam Alexander) the Totally Awesome Hulk (Amadeus Cho), the Vision’s synthezoid daughter Viv, and the teenaged Cyclops (Scott Summers), joins in Issue #2. But don’t get it twisted. It ain’t no after school special, Champions still features plenty of MARVEL action but true-to-life repercussions the youngsters face about the choices they make, taking responsibility for mastering thier powers and building relationships are the heart of the stories. Check issue one and you’ll agree this is a master stroke by Mark Wald & the gang!
Eisner Award winning writer Mark Waid and Eisner Award nominated artist Humberto Ramos join forces to bring you a brand new team for a brand new era! Ms. Marvel, Miles Morales, Nova, Viv Vision and the Totally Awesome Hulk are ready to strike out on their own and be heroes again. But are they ready to add one more to their fledgling team? Cyclops wants to make a difference too. Will they accept him into their ranks? Plus – are you ready for…VIV’S. FIRST. KISS. It’s all happening in the pages of CHAMPIONS #2 – on-sale NOW!
CHAMPIONS #2 is available digitally through the Marvel Digital Comic Shop.
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