Publisher Description.  Last month at New York Comic Con, Marvel Comics announced some upcoming projects celebrating Black History Month this February with various new series centered about Black heroes and creators and a new edition of Marvel’s Voices anthology series, Marvel's Voices - Wakanda Forever.  Today, Marvel Comics has released more information about stories and creators that await in Marvel's Voices - Wakanda Forever, as well as revealing four Black History Month variant covers.

Marvel's Voices - Wakanda Forever #1 will feature five all-new stories spotlighting the iconic heroes of Wakanda and brought to life by an incredible lineup of both fan-favorite creators and talent fresh to the Marvel Universe.  Join them as they grow and expand the inimitable world of Wakanda in these tales of myth, adventure, strife, and more.

  • T’Challa’s grandfather, Azzuri, learns a lesson as a teenager that will have a dramatic impact on Wakanda’s present in a moving story by writer Adam Serwer (Wakanda) and Marvel Studios storyboard artist Todd Harris.
  • It’s the debut of the LAST Black Panther in the far future of Wakanda in a revelatory tale written and drawn by Juni Ba (Black Panther, Image Comics’ Monkey Meat).
  • T’Challa must grapple with a crisis of faith and goes to a surprising ally to help get him through it in a thrilling tale by writer Karama Horne, author of the recent Black Panther: Protectors of Wakanda book, and artist Alitha E. Martinez, known for her work on Black Panther and Miles Morales: Spider-Man.
  • Learn what length Shuri will go to in order to protect Wakanda from a devastating attack from a dangerous new foe in an action-packed story by Murewa Ayodele and Dotun Akanda, the team behind the recently announced I Am Iron Man limited series.
  • A new Dora Milaje trainee must accomplish one last thing to earn her place: defeat Okoye in combat! Witness this breathtaking battle in this story by Eisner Award-winning writer Sheena Howard and artist Marcus Williams (Tuskegee Heirs).
  • Plus all-new essays and interviews about all things Wakanda.

In addition, Marvel’s Black History Month variant covers are back, giving some of the industry’s acclaimed artists a chance to spotlight some of the most iconic Black super heroes in fiction.  This year, fans can find these variant covers on four titles and each issue will also have a special backup story starring that very character!

On Sale 2/1

  • Moon Knight #20 Black History Month Variant Cover by Chris Allen
  • Scarlet Witch #2 Black History Month Variant Cover by Ernanda Souza

On Sale 2/15

  • Spider-Man #5 Black History Month Variant Cover by Karen S. Darboe
  • Marvel's Voices - Wakanda Forever #1 - Written by Juni Ba, Murewa Ayodele, Adam Serwe, Sheena Howard & Karama Horne.  Art by Juni Ba, Dotun Akande, Todd Harris, Marcus Williams & Alitha E. Martinez!  Cover by Ken Lashley

On Sale 2/22

  • Thor #31 Black History Month Variant Cover by Ken Lashley

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