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Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Inspired by Marvel’s acclaimed podcast series MARVEL’S VOICES, new and established writers and artists share their unique perspectives on legendary characters — including Black Panther, Storm, Blade, Ironheart, Luke Cage, Spectrum, Shuri, Doctor Voo Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Inspired by Marvel’s acclaimed podcast series MARVEL’S VOICES, new and established writers and artists share their unique perspectives on legendary characters — including Black Panther, Storm, Blade, Ironheart, Luke Cage, Spectrum, Shuri, Doctor Voodoo, Nick Fury and the Blue Marvel. It’s a dizzying array of adventures that will inspire and uplift! Plus: The opening chapter of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ revolutionary BLACK PANTHER epic, the sensational first meeting of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, and a stunning gallery of Ernanda Souza’s Black History Month variant covers! COLLECTING: Marvel's Voices (2020) 1, Marvel's Voices: Legacy (2021) 1, Fantastic Four (1961) 119, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2015) 1, Black Panther (2016) 1, Black Panther (2018) 23-25 (Def Jam stories), Black History Month variants; material from Marvel's Voices (2020) 1 [New Printing]


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Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Inspired by Marvel’s acclaimed podcast series MARVEL’S VOICES, new and established writers and artists share their unique perspectives on legendary characters — including Black Panther, Storm, Blade, Ironheart, Luke Cage, Spectrum, Shuri, Doctor Voo Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Inspired by Marvel’s acclaimed podcast series MARVEL’S VOICES, new and established writers and artists share their unique perspectives on legendary characters — including Black Panther, Storm, Blade, Ironheart, Luke Cage, Spectrum, Shuri, Doctor Voodoo, Nick Fury and the Blue Marvel. It’s a dizzying array of adventures that will inspire and uplift! Plus: The opening chapter of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ revolutionary BLACK PANTHER epic, the sensational first meeting of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, and a stunning gallery of Ernanda Souza’s Black History Month variant covers! COLLECTING: Marvel's Voices (2020) 1, Marvel's Voices: Legacy (2021) 1, Fantastic Four (1961) 119, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2015) 1, Black Panther (2016) 1, Black Panther (2018) 23-25 (Def Jam stories), Black History Month variants; material from Marvel's Voices (2020) 1 [New Printing]

30 review for Marvel's Voices: Legacy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    I love the concept: we should definitely celebrate and promote Black superheroes and comic book creators. But this anthology is a chore to read, stuffed full of short stories of one to four pages that barely bother to even name the characters they are about much less do something meaningful with them. Then the trade paperback is filled out with some random six-year-old reprints of first issues from the defunct "Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur" and "Black Panther" series and a fifty-year-old issue o I love the concept: we should definitely celebrate and promote Black superheroes and comic book creators. But this anthology is a chore to read, stuffed full of short stories of one to four pages that barely bother to even name the characters they are about much less do something meaningful with them. Then the trade paperback is filled out with some random six-year-old reprints of first issues from the defunct "Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur" and "Black Panther" series and a fifty-year-old issue of Fantastic Four that doesn't age that well. Frankly, the essays are the best part of the book, which is a sad thing to say about a comic book anthology. For reference: Contains material originally published in magazine form as Marvel's Voices (2020) #1, Marvel's Voices: Legacy (2021) #1, Fantastic Four (1961) #119, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2015) #1, Black Panther (2016) #1, Black Panther (2018) #23-25, and Marvel's Voices (2020) #1 [New Printing, 2021]. Contents: Introduction by Jesse J. Holland Marvel's Voices (2020) #1 • Introduction by Angélique Roché • Souls Afire [featuring Doctor Voodoo] / Evan Narcisse, writer; Jahnoy Lindsay, artist • Race [featuring Forge and Shuri] / Vita Ayala, writer; Bernard Chang, artist • Black Widow: Be No Evil / Brian Stelfreeze, writer and artist • A Diamond’s Worth [featuring Emma Frost] / Anthony Piper, writer and artist • Assemble! [featuring Wiccan and Hulkling] / Luciano Vecchio, writer and artist • Inspiration [featuring Goddess, Silk and Spider-Man] / James Monroe Iglehart, writer; Ray-Anthony Height with Nate Lovett, artists • …A Friend Indeed [featuring Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur] / Brandon Montclare, writer; Natacha Bustos, artist • Perspective [featuring Nick Fury and Ant-Man] / Kyle Baker, writer and artist • Top of the Key [featuring Mosaic and Fife] / Geoffrey Thorne, writer; Khary Randolph, artist • What a Wonderful World [featuring Silver Surfer] / Rob Markman, writer; Damion Scott, artist • Death [featuring Wolverine] / Method Man with Daniel Dominguez, writers; Alitha E. Martinez, artist • Christmas Blues [featuring Blue Marvel] / Charlamagne tha God with Chris Miles, writers; JJ Kirby, artist • She-Hulk in Punishment / Roxane Gay, writer; Brittney L. Williams, artist • Back to Madripool [featuring Wolverine and Hulk] / David F. Walker and Chuck Brown, writers; Sanford Greene, artist • Afterword by Chris Robinson Marvel's Voices: Legacy (2021) #1 • Introduction by Nic Stone • Words Do Matter [featuring Miles Morales, Spider-Man] / John Ridley, writer; Olivier Coipel, artist • Decompression [featuring Ironheart] / Mohale Mashigo, writer; Christopher Allen, artist • Panic at the Supermarket [featuring Spectrum] / Stephanie Williams, writer; Natacha Bustos, artist • Good Luck Girl [featuring Domino] / Tochi Onyebuchi, writer; Ken Lashley, artist • A Luta Continua: A Tale from the Venomverse [featuring Ngozi] / Nnedi Okorafor, writer; Chriscross, artist • Nighttime Bodega Run [featuring Blade] / Danny Lore, writer; Valentine De Landro, artist • Afterword by Angélique Roché • Marvel Voices: An Essay by Justin A. Reynolds Marvel's Voices (2020) #1 [New Printing, 2021] [This reprint included the original stories above and the additional essays below] • Marvel Voices New Printing Introduction by Angélique Roché • Lift Every Voice [Essay] by John Jennings • Seeing Ourselves [Essay] by David Betancourt • Applied Science [Essay] by Tatiana King Jones • Creating Killmonger: Side by Side with Rich Bucker and Billy Graham [Essay] by Don McGregor • Growing Up Marvel [Essay] by Regine L. Sawyer • All the Wright Places [Essay] by Yona Harvey • The Legacy of Isaiah Bradley: The First Black Captain America [Essay] by Karama Horne • All I Want for Christmas are 1991 Impel Marvel Trading Cards [Essay] by David Betancourt • How to Live Your Authentic Self [Essay] by Omar Holmon Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2015) #1 • BFF, Part 1: “repeat after me” / Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder, writers; Natacha Bustos, artist Black Panther (2016) #1 • A Nation Under Our Feet, Part 1 / Ta-Nehisi Coates, writer; Brian Stelfreeze, artist Black Panther (2018) #23 [back-up story only] • Saint Bodhi [interview] • Letting Go [featuring Storm] / Saint Bodhi, story; Danny Lore, script; Alitha E. Martinez, art Black Panther (2018) #24 [back-up story only] • Bobby Sessions [interview] • Affirmations [featuring Black Panther] / Bobby Sessions, story; Danny Lore, script; Alitha E. Martinez, art Black Panther (2018) #25 [back-up story only] • Kaash Paige [interview] • Perspective [featuring Shuri] / Kaash Paige, story; Danny Lore, script; Alitha E. Martinez, art Fantastic Four (1961) #119 • Three Stood Together! [co-starring Black Panther] / Roy Thomas, writer; John Buscema, artist; Joe Sinnott, inker [Interviews from Marvel's Voices podcast, edited for brevity] An Interview with Jason Reynolds by Angélique Roché An Interview with Ira Madison III by Angélique Roché An Interview with Roxane Gay by Angélique Roché Eve L. Ewing Interview, S3 Marvel’s Voices by Angélique Roché Speaking to the Future, Echoing into Tomorrow [Essay] by Evan Narcisse Variant cover gallery / Trevor von Eeden, Olivier Coipel, Sanford Greene, Brian Stelfreeze, Damion Scott, Natacha Bustos, Ejiwa “Edge” Ebenebe, Ken Lashley, and Ernanda Souza, artists

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    I wanted to like this but the stories felt too short and disjointed. Some of the text pages were much more successful than the comics.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Good idea, bad execution. Half of this book is reprints: the first issue of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, the first issue of Coates's run on Black Panther, and a fifty year old issue of Fantastic Four that's a well meaning but clumsy to modern eyes attempt to take on apartheid. Close to half of what remains are a variety of essays, many of which are pretty good. And then there's the actual short stories. They are extremely short. The average length is probably two pages, and as you might guess, Good idea, bad execution. Half of this book is reprints: the first issue of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, the first issue of Coates's run on Black Panther, and a fifty year old issue of Fantastic Four that's a well meaning but clumsy to modern eyes attempt to take on apartheid. Close to half of what remains are a variety of essays, many of which are pretty good. And then there's the actual short stories. They are extremely short. The average length is probably two pages, and as you might guess, this gives precious little space for the stories to do anything. The quality of the writing varies, of course, but it's an extremely uphill battle to establish an authorial voice in like a dozen panels. I think this whole concept would have worked better if the entire length was devoted to the short stories and each author got a bit more space to work with.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Adrian

    This collection has some good, some bad and some very uncomfortable stories. Art is mostly very good. The collection does what an anthology is meant to do as a sampling of various styles of storytelling in the graphic novel medium. This anthology focuses on inclusion as its unifying theme, but it does so at the expense of quality.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Krystl Louwagie

    I'm glad I read this. I wasn't a fan of the super-shorts, but I did love the letters/short write ups about people's experiences with Marvel in regards to Black history and experiences. I added some books to my to-read this and it helped with my knowledge of comics history for sure. I'm glad I read this. I wasn't a fan of the super-shorts, but I did love the letters/short write ups about people's experiences with Marvel in regards to Black history and experiences. I added some books to my to-read this and it helped with my knowledge of comics history for sure.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nova

    this was whatever

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Spaulding

  8. 4 out of 5

    Galen

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    Maria

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bobby Keating

  11. 5 out of 5

    Adelina Esquibel

  12. 5 out of 5

    Adina Ailoaiei

  13. 4 out of 5

    Joana

  14. 4 out of 5

    Travis Chesser

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Dinges

  16. 5 out of 5

    Zafira Sultana

  17. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  18. 5 out of 5

    Reagan Lam

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lee Graflund

  20. 5 out of 5

    Louisa

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cassie Tenant-Flowers

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ashley F

  23. 5 out of 5

    Remi

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    Brian

  25. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  26. 4 out of 5

    Erika

  27. 5 out of 5

    Igor Toscano

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Anderson

  29. 4 out of 5

    Erica

  30. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

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