The “X-Men: Apocalypse Wars” event will soon be upon us and Marvel is roping in the rest of its heroes, which only amps up the excitement for the fans.

As noted by ComicBook, Marvel Comics has unveiled a new set of variant covers where the most popular superheroes have adorned a new look. The characters have been re-imagined to appear, as if they are are walking straight out of “Horsemen of Apocalypse” or the “Age of Apocalypse” world. And naturally so, “Spider-Man” is in on the action.  Additionally, the looks of “Captain America: Steve Rogers,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Uncanny X-Men,” “The Avengers,  Ant-Man,” “All-New X-Men” have been revealed.

As shared by IGN, “Apocalypse Wars kicks off during May in Extraordinary X-Men, then makes its way to Uncanny X-Men in June and All-New X-Men in July.” Fans can head here to take a good look at these variant covers, which are a part of the Twenty-three comic series that have been reimagined to look like a part of the “Age of Apocalypse”  universe.

Other comic series which will be boasting the variant covers through the month of May, include:

  • Black Panther #2
  • Black Widow #3
  • Captain Marvel #5
  • Daredevil #7
  • Deadpool #11
  • Doctor Strange #8
  • Extraordinary X-Men #10
  • Howard the Duck #7
  • Invincible Iron Man #9
  • Ms. Marvel #7
  • Power Man and Iron Fist #4
  • The Punisher #1
  • Spider-Gwen #8
  • Thunderbolts #1
  • Totally Awesome Hulk #7
  • Uncanny Inhumans #8

As noted by the site, the much-awaited “X-Men: Apocalypse” movie will mark the onscreen debut of the blue villain. Fans may also recollect having recently witnessed a glimpse of Quicksilver in the Super Bowl 2016 “X-Men: Apocalypse” commercial. And Bryan Singer took to social media to reveal more details about the scene. He said, on his Instagram account, “You can have fast or cute. Thank you @20thcenturyfox marketing #marcweinstock #davesingh #elyorias and the team for getting us on #superbowl50 #nfl #fox#football #XMen #xmenapocalypse FYI this scene with #evanpeters as #quicksilver took one and a half months for a less than 3 minute sequence resulting in Evan working longer than any other actor on the film. Thanks Evan and #ryanmurphy @ahsfx for accommodating!”

X-Men: Apocalypse” will be hitting theatres on May 27. Watch the Super Bowl 2016 “X-Men: Apocalypse” commercial below.