J. Scott Campbell has been the artist behind a multitude of variant covers (connecting or otherwise), including triptychs featuring All-New X-Men, Avengers and Uncanny Avengers, Superior Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099, plus many more. Now the 41-year-old has once again paired with Midtown Comics, frequent exclusive distributor of his work, to create interlocking covers for Charles Soule and Steve McNiven's Death of Wolverine. The variants depict the love life of Logan -- more specifically, (from bottom left, going counter-clockwise) Rose in #1, Silverfox in #2, Mariko in #3 and finally, Jean Grey in #4. The artwork is expected to be completed within the next week, and can be pre-ordered from Midtown's website. Are you interested in purchasing these?
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