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The Original Defenders Return with DEFENDERS: THE BEST DEFENSE!

DEFENDERS: THE BEST DEFENSE

Featuring all-star creative teams and brand new stories of the non-team, coming this December!

Doctor Strange. The Immortal Hulk. Namor the Sub-Mariner. The Silver Surfer. You know their names and you know their powers…and you know them as the DEFENDERS! This December, Marvel’s favorite non-team – the original Defenders – return in all-new stories!

With an assembly of stellar creative teams, writers and artists such as Chip Zdarsky (Marvel 2-In-One), Gerry Duggan (Deadpool), Jason Latour (Spider-Gwen), Simone Di Meo (Old Man Logan Annual), Carlos Magno (Thunderbolts), Greg Smallwood (Moon Knight), Al Ewing (The Immortal Hulk) and Joe Bennett (The Immortal Hulk) will spin five interconnected specials that tell a unique and captivating story for each original Defender.

See below for the full creative teams, and stay tuned to Marvel for more information, coming soon!

IMMORTAL HULK: THE BEST DEFENSE

Written by AL EWING

Art by SIMONE DI MEO

NAMOR: THE BEST DEFENSE

Written by CHIP ZDARSKY

Art by CARLOS MAGNO

DOCTOR STRANGE: THE BEST DEFENSE

Written by GERRY DUGGAN

Art by GREG SMALLWOOD

SILVER SURFER: THE BEST DEFENSE

Written by JASON LATOUR

Art by JASON LATOUR

THE DEFENDERS: THE BEST DEFENSE

Written by AL EWING

Art by JOE BENNETT

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