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Nut Up: It’s a Marvel Preview for The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1!

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The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, the first ongoing series for the unlikeliest rodent-based superhero since Batman, is hitting shelves in a mere month (and four days)! Enjoy this cover, two unlettered pages from the interior of the first issue (featuring everybody’s lion-head-as-a-vest-wearing-villain), and two preview pages featuring the Squirrel Girl theme song we’ll be singing all holiday season.

The Marvel Universe’s newest series has everyone going nuts! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look at THE UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL #1, the all-new ongoing series from Eisner Award-winning writer Ryan North (Original Sins, Adventure Time) and rising-star artist Erica Henderson!

What do Dr. Doom, Deadpool and Thanos have in common? Squirrel Girl has beaten them all! True story. She may not be the world’s most popular super hero. Most people don’t even know she exists. But she loves being Squirrel Girl, helping people, and saving the world (even though most people don’t know it)! But now, she faces an enemy more terrifying than any she’s ever faced before – college!

Prepare for misadventures in higher education as Squirrel girl and her best friend/sidekick Tippy-Toe venture across the Marvel Universe for brand new adventures that will see these two square off against some of the baddest baddies around!

She’s happy, she can’t be defeated and she’ll unleash an army of squirrels on you before you can blink. She’s THE UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL – and she’s coming to comic shops and digital devices everywhere in January 2015!

THE UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL #1 (NOV140732)
Written by RYAN NORTH
Art & Cover by ERICA HENDERSON
Variant Covers by ART ADAMS (NOV140733), SIYA OUM (NOV140734)
and SKOTTIE YOUNG (NOV140735)
FOC – 12/08/14, On Sale – 01/07/15

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