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Arriving in May, BLOOD HUNT #1 will kick off the bloodiest crossover event in Marvel Comics history.
New York, NY— February 1, 2024 — WHO WILL BITE IT?That’s the question on every Marvel reader’s mind as they brace themselves for BLOOD HUNT, the upcoming crossover event where vampires emerge from the shadows to plunge the world into darkness! BLOOD HUNT will unfold gloriously across a main series by Jed MacKay, Pepe Larraz, and Marte Gracia, as well as various limited series, one-shots, and tie-in issues. United more than ever, the vampire’s meticulously planned invasion will hit your favorite heroes hard, and after each twist, turn, and shocking betrayal, you’ll be left wondering what—or who—can possibly reverse the Marvel Universe’s terrifying fate…
The monumental debut issue of BLOOD HUNT will have a stunning variant cover by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau. Also available as a virgin variant cover, the best-selling artist’s latest piece depicts fan-favorite Avenger Tigra on the prowl! In MacKay’s hit Moon Knight run, Tigra joined Moon Knight’s Midnight Mission, a safe haven Moon Knight created for outcasts—particularly of the supernatural communities—and assisted him in battle against a rogue vampire cult. After Marc Spector’s recent demise, she’s continues the vital work of his Midnight Mission in the pages of Vengeance of Moon Knight. When the eternal night washes over Earth in BLOOD HUNT, Tigra will unleash the Mission’s resources and expertise against the vampire’s overwhelming attacks!
“I think vampires are a very fun part of the Marvel Universe,” MacKay told Marvel.com. “You can enjoy them on a surface level as adding a little spookiness to a book, or you can get as deep as you like into the long-running Marvel history of vampires, which is as elaborate as any other part of it (and the fact that Dracula is there is a source of endless delight)! BLOOD HUNT is just the latest chapter in the long-running vampire mythos of Marvel vampires—and they’re stepping out of the darkness in a big way.”
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