Marvel Comics 05.01.10 | Free Comic Book Day: Iron Man/Thor

Saturday, May 1st, is Free Comic Book Day, and Marvel is helping you celebrate with a special one-shot that unites two of their finest heroes—Thor and Iron Man—and two of their finest creators—Invincible Iron Man writer Matt Fraction and Kick-Ass artist John Romita, Jr.—in one mighty comic. And did we mention it’s free? We have your 5-page preview.

 

Your First Look At Free Comic Book Day’s IRON MAN/THOR
 
Marvel is proud to unveil your first look at Iron Man/Thor, Marvel’s hotly anticipated Free Comic Book Day (May 1st) special from award-winning creators Matt Fraction and John Romita Jr. With the Heroic Age in full swing, Iron Man and Thor find themselves pitted against an enemy unlike any they’ve fought before! And, don’t forget, Iron Man/Thor is totally free this Saturday in celebration of Free Comic Book Day at your local comic retailer!
 
“It’s exciting to see two of our most popular heroes paired with two of our top creators for Free Comic Book Day,” said David Gabriel, Senior Vice President of Sales & Circulation. “Marvel is proud to be part of this annual event– kudos to all the retailers who make this event happen year after year with outstanding success.”
 
Marvel encourages all comic book fans to check out the great offerings from all over the industry on Saturday, May 1st, as the historic Free Comic Book Day arrives at your local comic shop! For more information on FCBD, please visit www.freecomicbookday.com
 
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2010: IRON MAN/THOR
Written by MATT FRACTION
Penciled by JOHN ROMITA JR.
Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR.
RATED A…FREE!
IN STORES THIS SATURDAY!
 
 
To find a comic shop near you, call 1-888-comicbook or visit www.comicshoplocator.com  

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