From 1992: WARHEADS issue 1, the official start of the MARVEL UKverse!
This copy is still bagged and sealed with the original "Genesis Seal", a brief scheme by the British Bullpen to cross-promote the new fortnightly OVERKILL, an anthology of the original "Genesis Five" books (WARHEADS, MOTORMOUTH, HELL'S ANGEL, THE KNIGHTS OF PENDRAGON and DIGITEK).
What the sticky plug neglects to mention is that, in terms of strips, Overkill readers were under served: The US editions contained twice as many strip pages that each story received in Overkill. But... were the Overkill versions (heavily) edited... or were the US versions padded?
Warheads were a team of dimension-jumping mercenary scavengers employed by Mys-Tech (the hitherto unknown movers and shakers of this part of Marvel Earth) to jump between worlds and dimensions to grab new technology for the benefit of their employers. A really nice idea oft-undermined by their continuing encounters with existing sales-boasting Marvel characters.
Nick Vince was the writer, Gary Erskine supplied the stunning art and John Freeman was editor.
The book eventually ran for fourteen regular issues and a two-part limited series. Plans for more were terminated (without mercy) in the Genesis Massacre.