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End Of The World are living the dream (Picture: PR)

Getting your very own Marvel comic is pretty much the coolest thing that could ever happen.

So we are super jealous of Japanese band End Of The World right now.

The four-piece band have teamed up with Marvel Comics to make their own custom comic book, which will be charted in their seven-part YouTube Premium series Re:Imagine.

In the teaser for the series, Nakajin says: Collaborating with Marvel would be a dream come true, while its revealed their heroes will all turn their weaknesses into their strengths.

DJ Loves character is called Crack, with him explaining: The more I fight, the more I lose whats most precious to me.

Saori said of her character Dream Weaver: Unable to find a peaceful slumber, I spend eternity weaving through peoples dreams.

Nakajins character is Needle Man, with the singer saying: My pain only makes my convictions stronger – while Fukase says of his character Lost Man: Tears pour out of my eyes, as I battle against my fear of loneliness.

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The comic will tell the story of End Of The World – or Sekai No Owari – from their humble beginnings at their self-built venue clubEARTH, to playing sold-out stadium shows and working with artists including DNCE and Owl City.

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Frontman Fukase formed the band after struggling with his mental health, and as the band deal with these themes in their music, we can expect difficult themes will be addressed in their comic book.

Re:Imagines first three episodes will be available on YouTube Premium on 11 December.

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