Bill Sienkiewicz, Afua Richardson, Roy Boney, more draw Marvel’s Native American superheroes for Voices: Heritage

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Marvel Comics is once again spotlighting Native American, Indigenous, and First Nations creators and characters in its November anthology titled One-Shot Voices of Marvel: Legacy #1, which serves as a 2020 spiritual sequel Marvel Voices: Indigenous Voices At a time.

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Marvel’s Voice Line is a series of anthologies created to highlight and showcase creators and characters from various marginalized groups. The publisher explains that the anthology series, which includes titles dedicated to LGBTQ+ creators, Black creators, Latino/Latinx creators, and Asian and Pacific Islander creators.


Marvel’s Voice: Heritage #1 will feature an origin story from writer Rebecca Ronhorse’s upcoming title Echo: Phoenix Song’s supporting character River, as well as a story focusing on Champions member Snowguard from her co-creator Nayla Inuksuke. Marvel has also promised art from David Cutler and Jim Terry in the anthology, with more creators to be named.

Marvel has promised that some unnamed creators will debut Marvel with a shot, though the publisher doesn’t elaborate on this point.

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In addition to the primary Marvel Voices: Heritage #1 cover by Kyle Charles, seen above, there will be a variety of covers: Afua Richardson, Bill Sienkiewicz, David Mack, Jim Terry, Maria Wolf and Roy Bonney. Check them out here:

Along with One-Shot, the wonderful line by Wolf will also feature variants celebrating indigenous characters, who are of Purpecha heritage.

Marvel’s Voice: Heritage #1 will be available for sale on November 24.

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