Comics Stores To Receive Free Copies Of X-Men Hellfire Gala Guide
For June, Marvel Comics will host the Hellfire Gala event in its Krakoan X-Men Comics, a big celebration even for the island where the new X-Men members will be voting – including by the reading public. And as Emma Frost and Jumbo Carnation have already planned, it will only be the opportunity to dress up and get a dress.
Russell Dauterman told EW about his Hellfire Gala designs, “My general thought was that the gala aesthetic should be high-fashion X-Men costumes (mutated clothing) and not high-fashion human clothing. But tried to think,” What would the X be -Costume version of it? “The looks relate to and draw inspiration from couture Alexander McQueen, Iris van Herpen, Balmain, Moschino, Givenchy, Versace, Gaultier, Gucci, and more. I also drew from the costumes of characters from the past. “
And while this all looks pretty expensive – and Rachel Summers looks pretty crazy – Marvel Comics will be sending free bundles of the Hellfire Gala Guide to comic book stores as a promotion for the X-Men titles in June 2021. Comics stores receive different amounts of bundles depending on how many comics they typically order from Marvel. However, each store receives at least one bundle of 25 copies, and stores can also purchase additional bundles for a nominal amount. The packages should be in stock in April, in time for the FOC order date in June.
Marvel often creates free-of-charge preview brochures that are sent to stores to encourage customers to order more copies, and they can often be very insightful. This promised to focus more on X-Men. The only remaining question is what will you wear to read the Hellfire Gala Comics in June? Seriously, you went out of your way, and so should you.
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