Marvel Displays Free Comics by Black Creators on Marvel Unlimited

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Marvel shows some free comics by black authors at Marvel Unlimited. This month the company made a digital collection of works by black writers and artists available on the internet. Marvel tries to emphasize the contribution of black voices to the creation of their history. Characters like the Black Panther and the Falcon became famous thanks to their stay at the MCU. Miles Morales will get his own PS5 spin-off after the announcement earlier this week. Shuri and Eye are fans now. Ironheart is one of the most popular characters in the early days of Marvel Studio. People still can’t understand that Luke Cage has been cancelled and Storm is waiting in the starting blocks to meet X-Men.

The most important book of the company is Voices of Marvel. He directs Roxanne Gay, Method Man and Vita Ayala, who make their dreams of the Marvel adventure come true. What started as a podcast turned into a real book, and the interest in these voices brought their talents to this huge library of characters. Marvel asked Angelica Rocher to describe the project in her own words:

The original idea for what would become Marvel Voices came from my colleagues Sana Amanat and Judy Stevens to illuminate the people of colour in the Marvel universe on the Marvel Women podcast, a show of which I am now proud, Roche explained. The concept started with a small part once a month, which had to be deepened with the creative colour palette to tell the story of his work, his journey and his love for Marvel. The original idea was also strongly focused on all the important upcoming projects the guests were working on.

This month Marvel Unlimited offers a free collection of digital comics managed by black authors and containing the work of incredible black writers and artists. Details and a full list of names can be found at https://t.co/yDuZJzyehm pic.twitter.com/NLGlQHUeS6.

– Wonderful Entertainment (@Marvel) 11 June 2020

She moved on: After all, it’s all part of our genesis. It’s like having Dwayne McDuffie and Monica Rambo’s solo book Dwight D. Cowe without Roger Stern and John Romith Jr. Not Marvel’s Voice 16. Without Marvel’s Voice, Marvel’s Voice wouldn’t exist. Let’s add a little context to that: McDuffie and Coye point out that they are not only extremely talented pioneers, but also the first African-Americans to make history for Monica Rambo, the first African-American gravedigger. This solo book and the subsequent Monica Rambo recording have influenced my love for Monica Rambo as a character and for the world of miracles in general.

So what are the voices of surprise? Now, after two seasons, almost 50 incredible interviews, shows and bonuses, there is a solid foundation, Rocher adds. With actors Jeremy Harris and Kimiko Glenn, actors Ronnie Chang and Janelle James, writers Jason Reynolds and Pritie Chiber, and artists Chris Anky and Jan Bartel, Voices of Marvel wants to offer listeners a fun conversation, a unique perspective and insight into their favourite Marvel stories and storytellers while drawing attention to their work and colourful characters. And I hope you’ll find just that in the pages of this anthology.

Check out some of the available comics below!

IRON HEART: OF THOSE WHO DARED: WRITTEN BY EVA L. EWING, WITH WORKS BY KEVIN LIBRANDA, LUCIANO VECCHIO, JEFFO

In Ironheart’s first solo series, Rary Williams is under pressure to step up his game when a group of world leaders are held hostage by one of Spider-Man’s former enemies. Ririe’s teenager may be new to the Tank Revenge concert, but she is bright and imaginative.

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INSURANCE: RESEARCH SCHWARZPANTHER: WRITTEN BY NNEDI OKORAFOR, WITH A PAINTING BY LEONARDO ROMERO

The technological sister of the Black Panthers must come to power after losing her brother on a space mission. Although Shuri is happiest in the lab, a nation without a leader is vulnerable.

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BLACK PANTHER – LONG LIVE THE KING: , WRITTEN BY NEDI OCORAPHOR AND COVINGTON AARON, WITH A PAINTING OF THE OTHER LIMA ARAUHO, MARIO DEL PENNINO

In the world of the Black Panther Coates, King Wakanda has to rebuild his country after the revolution, but the siege of terror hurts progress.

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ADMIRATION FOR THE GROWTH: THE HEROES OF THE ROUND TABLE: WRITTEN BY NILA MAGRUDER, WITH THE ART OF ROBERTO DI ZALVO, GEORGES DUARTE

Kamala Khan and Doreen Green ask for super strong reinforcements against the witch Morgan Le Fay… …whose idea it was to turn the New Attila Animal House into a new Camelot! Miles Spider-Man Morales, Cruel Hell and former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Daisy Johnson also took part in the fight.

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EPIC BLACK PANTHER COLLECTION: THE ANGER OF THE PANTHERS: PAINTED BY DON MACGREGOR, WITH A PAINTING OF BILLY GRAHAM (NR. 19-22)

Artist Billy Graham brought the scenario of writer Don McGregor to revolutionary heights with his work The Rage of the Panthers, an eighteen-year-old publication from 1973 in which T’Challa, his American lover Monica Lynn, introduces Killmonger. Speaking of his time, this story shows a historic moment in the history of Marvel.

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ADAM: LEGEND OF THE BLUE MIRACLE: WRITTEN BY KEVIN GREVIU, WITH THE ART OF CARPET SWEEPING, CAARE ANDRE, ROBERTO CASTRO

The mystery of the forgotten guardian of the miracle of the Golden Age deepens! Like Tony Stark– aka Tony Stark. Iron Man, the director of S.H.I.E.L.D., is still digging, and he’s just thinking about other things. Where’s the Blue Miracle today? What surprise agent followed him? And what exactly happened in space that day?

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DEATHS: SOULS OF CYBERMEN: WRITTEN BY DUANE MACDUFFY AND GREGORY PARADISE, WITH THE ART OF DENISE FORGED

In Deathlock (1990), McDuffy, Cowan and Butch Goos, an artist, created a brand-new Deathlok, a pacifist programmer who was unconsciously turned into a cyborg by his employer.

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BLACK PANTHER AND CREW: WRITTEN BY TANEHISHI JAS AND YONAH HARVEY, WITH THE ART OF THE BUTCHER’S DRESS, POPPY CHATER

The crew of the Black Panther reveals the truth about the death of an activist who died under mysterious circumstances. Detective Misty Knight must confront the society she has long defended and served by exposing corruption and hiding injustices.

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