Marvel's Voices: Comunidades #1

7.9Critic Rating
5.5User Rating

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COME JOIN THE FESTIVITIES AS MARVEL CELEBRATES THE MIGHTY LATIN-X
HEROES AND CREATORS FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE
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Spider-Man! White Tiger! Ghost Rider! And so many more heroes get their moment in the sun as new and fan-favorite creators continue to expand the world outside your window in MARVEL'S VOICES: COMUNIDADES (Community)! Featuring an introduction by renowned scholar Frederick Luis Aldama! PLUS, an all-new hero takes the stage in a whirlwind adventure you won't want to miss.
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  • 9.5
    Comic Watch - Comic Watch Dec 8, 2021

    The stories told in Marvel Voices: Comunidades #1 approach the life of a superhero through the lens of community and the importance it holds in Latinx culture. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Matthew Aguilar Dec 8, 2021

    Overall I enjoyed Marvel's Voices: Comunidades quite a bit, and I think you just might too. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Dec 6, 2021

    Marvel's Voices: Community is exceptional at creating awareness of Latinx culture while connecting superheroes to real-life situations that involve racism, acceptance, and identity. It's a comic that not only serves to inform readers on key issues and culture but also entertains and serves as a reminder that Marvel has some of the strongest Latinx characters in comics. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Impulse Gamer - Tim Chuma Dec 13, 2021

    While not my favourite of this series it is still interesting enough to be worth checking out especially if you have not heard of some of these characters before. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    The Comicbook Dispatch - Dispatchdcu Dec 8, 2021

    Marvel's Voices: Comunidades #1 lets each Latin character in the Marvel pantheon shine and gives a wonderful look into Latin culture. I found the Ava Ayala (White Tiger) story and the Nina the Conjuror story the gems of the book. Nina the Conjuror seems like a fascinating character that I hope to see again in the future. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - C.V.R. The Bard Dec 10, 2021

    A majority of the book is somewhat juvenile, so for those looking for a "The Other History of the DC Universe", this is the PG version. Though, just because a book is aimed at a younger audience it does not mean that older heads can pick up a thing or two from picking "Communidades" up. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Geekarious Tony Dec 11, 2021

    While there was some cheese factor going on in this issue. I absolutely loved it. Getting to see the different types of food, the different characters. It is always cool to see about bunch of Latin characters get together and kick some butt. I think the Eva/Strange Academy story was one of my favorites, along with the Miles and Black Panther story. Was hoping to see some Miguel O’Hara, but maybe next time!

  • 9.0
    Jawsh Dec 11, 2021

    There's so much about food here but that's because we're always so hungry and the food is so good.
    Looking forward for more Robbie as I love him.
    And excited to check out Strange Academy.
    Hope White Tiger some day gets a chance to shine, she has so much potential but no one seems to be able to find the right VOICE for her, I am hoping someone tackle's her soon and succeeds.
    America also appears to be stuck in limbo in how to write her. Curious to see what the MARVEL films do with her.
    It was nice to see Anya again but I wish her featured story was stronger, specially since she was sharing panels with Miles.

  • 3.0
    Merlyn Dec 8, 2021

    Yet another dumb Marvel initiative that doesn't look to bring unity, just more divisiveness. Oh well, I've grown used to this stupid kind of stuff, though I shouldn't be. I can say that I really enjoyed the first story. The rest of them range from cringey bad to mediocre. Let's laugh at the most cringey ones. The first White Tiger story is just far-left propaganda, Marvel should be ashamed of publishing this. The Miles Morales story and Spider-Girl presents exactly what's wrong with the left today, their constant need to control people's language is totalitarian and again, Marvel shouldn't publish this. The Brazilian Sorcerer Supreme story is yet another alarmist climate change issue that we didn't need. And I have to say I burst in laughte more

  • 1.5
    Briton Dec 10, 2021

    Another divisive race-baiting comic from Marvel. We're getting into activities worthy of apartheid era South Africa now, except that white people are now the enemy. There is no need for comics aimed at individual races - we should not be divided like this.

  • 7.5
    Radar Dec 11, 2021

  • 7.0
    tonpas1989 Jan 4, 2022

  • 1.0
    Zazikarion Dec 12, 2021

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