Spinning out of last year’s debut of Marvel’s Voices, a bi-weekly podcast interview series hosted by Angélique Roché, Marvel announced an anthology collection on Tuesday that will spotlight some of the industry’s most critically-acclaimed storytellers. Marvel’s Voices #1 is a oneshot anthology featuring writing and art by creators including Roxane Gay, Sanford Greene, Vita Ayala, David F. Walker, Natacha Bustos, and more.
According to the announcement, Marvel’s Voices #1 will feature another look at the X-Men following the events of Jonathan Hickman‘s House of X and Powers of X, the return of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, and other stories about the Marvel Universe.
“I’m absolutely thrilled and honored to oversee this historic #1 issue celebrating the characters and creators that make up the grand mosaic that is the Marvel Universe, reflecting life as we live it! Not just the world outside our windows, but the fantastic worlds of heart and culture inside those other windows, too,” said editor Chris Robinson in a statement.
Marvel’s Voices #1 will hits shelves in February 2020, in conjunction with the launch of a new season of the podcast. Check out the solicit text and full contributor list below, as well as cover art by Ryan Benjamin.
MARVEL’S VOICES #1
Written by VITA AYALA, ROXANE GAY, BRIAN STELFREEZE, GEOFF THORNE, ANTHONY PIPER, KYLE BAKER, EVAN NARCISSE, METHOD MAN, ROB MARKMAN, CHUCK BROWN, and DAVID F. WALKER
Art by BRIAN STELFREEZE, ANTHONY PIPER, KYLE BAKER, SANFORD GREENE, DAMION SCOTT, RAY-ANTHONY HEIGHT, ALITHA E. MARTINEZ, NATACHA BUSTOS, and LUCIANO VECCHIO
Cover art by RYAN BENJAMIN
THE WORLD OUTSIDE YOUR WINDOW!
Marvel’s acclaimed podcast series focusing on telling the stories of diverse creators and their unique perspectives becomes a one shot of brand-new adventures! The X-Men find their place in the world after declaring a new nation! Killmonger strikes! Moon Girl and Devil Dino return!
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