Marvel Spotlights Indigenous Talent And Stories In ‘Marvel’s Voices: Heritage’ #1

by Brendan M. Allen

Marvel Comics continues its tradition to uplift and spotlight Indigenous and First Nations creators and characters in Marvel’s Voices: Heritage #1 this November. The all-new anthology will feature talent from Indigenous communities, as they each tell new stories surrounding some of Marvel’s most iconic and beloved characters.

Now in its second year, Marvel’s Voices continues to expand and feature the work and lived experiences of Marvel creators and fans, painting the full picture of Marvel’s ever-evolving universe and showcasing how much Marvel truly reflects the world outside our windows.

Marvel’s Voices: Heritage #1 will turn the spotlight to new and established Indigenous writers and artists, including talents who contributed to the first Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices title last year. These creators will come together for a series of short stories diving into the past, present, and future of the Marvel Universe.

Get the full story behind River, the mysterious stranger from the pages of Rebecca Roanhorse’s new Echo series. Discover Snowguard’s greatest hopes and fears in a tale by Nyla Innuksuk. Enjoy astounding artwork from returning pencilers David Cutler and Jim Terry. Plus, purépecha artist Maria Wolf, who made a splash with her first Marvel cover last year, returns for a whole line of variants celebrating Indigenous characters.

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