Marvel's Voices: Indigenous Voices #1

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Today's hottest Native American and Indigenous talent make their Marvel Comics debuts with a collection of super-charged stories as Marvel celebrates National Native American Heritage Month! Celebrated writer and artist Jeffrey Veregge explores the legacy of Marvel's incredible cast of Indigenous characters! Hugo, Nebula, and Locus-award winning Black/Ohkay Owingeh writer Rebecca Roanhorse and Tongva artist Weshoyot Alvitre tell an Echo tale like none you've heard before. Geoscientist and Lipan Apache writer Darcie Little Badger joins acclaimed Whitefish Lake First Nation a more

  • 9.5
    Comic Watch - Comic Watch Nov 16, 2020

    If theres something that this visionary and narrative challenging book needs is more. Each of the stories presented has the potential and the strength of bringing something new and different to the tapestry of Marvel, and each of the teams pulls out amazing work in so little space. So, after closing the last page, a question has arised on our side: when do these creators get to come back? And how do we get more trust in the enduring possibilities of pieces like the ones in this issue? Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Comics Bookcase - Ariel Baska Nov 19, 2020

    A delightful trio of indigenous superhero stories designed to continue and extend the Marvel lore through artfully crafted storytelling, at once wrapping you in warmth, dangling you in suspense, or hurling you into space. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Multiversity Comics - John Schaidler Nov 20, 2020

    "Marvel's Voice's: Indigenous Voices" #1 is a landmark step in the reclamation of Marvel's indigenous characters by indigenous comics creators. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Nov 18, 2020

    Another great story that is subtle in how it unfolds and utterly compelling along the way. A great narrative and visual journey. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Carlos R. Nov 19, 2020

    I love this issue and I hope we get to see more from these creators. If you're like me and can't wait for more from them, I highly recommend checking out Jeffrey Veregge's current Marvel covers and images of Veregge's exhibition Of Gods and Heroes, Rebecca Roanhorse's fantasy books Trail of Lightning and Black Sun, and Darcie Little Badger's book Elatsoe. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Jake Palermo Feb 10, 2021

    Marvel Voices Indigenous Voices #1 is a chance to get to see characters view their cultural backgrounds. Thanks in no small part to the numerous indigenous creatives involved in the creative process Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Connor Casey Nov 18, 2020

    Each story comes with a unique flavour and art style, though the definite standouts have to be artists Weshoyot Alvitre and David Cutler. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Foxter Dec 1, 2020

    Problably the worst art I have seen in the last twenty years in marvel, pure cancer. I wont even comment in the dialog...

  • 5.5
    Spacey Medicine Dec 3, 2020

    This was okay, but very much suffered the pain of anthology. Some nice ideas and art but nothing ended up being special, except for that Watcher art, which was really beautiful.

  • 8.5
    tonpas1989 Nov 18, 2020

    I liked the Dani story a lot, Echo one made some odd choices, last one was good even though I hadn’t been familiar with the story it was referencing.

  • 8.5
    cincyfan Nov 29, 2020

    a very good book and one i love that marvel made. i was especially happy to see echo in it i love that character as both a huge fan of daredevil and david mack. i also loved the silver fox story and referencing old wolverine books.

  • 8.0
    the_comic_book_club Nov 24, 2020

    Voices: Indigenous Voices

    Publisher: Marvel @marvel
    Writer: Jeffrey Veregge @jeffreyveregge ; Rebecca Roanhorse @rebeccaroanhorse ; Darcie Little Badger @dr.littlebadger ; Stephen Graham Jones; Taboo @taboo & B. Earl @b.earlwriter
    Artist: Jeffrey Veregge; Weshoyot Alvitre @weshoyot ; Kyle Charles @kylecharlesart ; David Cutler @davidjcutler , Robert Poggi @robbypoggi
    Colors: Jeffrey Veregge; Lee Loughridge @leeloughridge ; Felipe Sobreiro @sobreiro ; Cris Peter @cristianedpeter
    Letters: Ariana Maher
    Cover: Jeffrey Veregge

    Voices showcases the heroic indigenous heroes of the Marvel Universe and pays tribute and honor to their culture. In a beautifully drawn introduction, Uatu the Watcher highlig more

  • 8.0
    CrazyforRAMU Mar 14, 2021

    A nice collection of strips featuring established indigenous characters and fresh indigenous creators. All of them are at least average, and I fell hard for the Mirage strip. It works so well as so many different things! It's a good Dani story. It's a good mutant story. It's a good Native American story. And it's even a good "Dani & Rahne" story, complete with romantic subtext.

  • 7.0
    Psycamorean Nov 20, 2020

    Anthologies are not my thing; they just tend to burden the stories. This anthology was fine. I feel like these could've worked better if they were fleshed out more. The Echo story especially seems like it could've used more page space. I don't get why Loki was so interested in preparing Echo, and who knows what for. Maybe this is a sneak pilot for an Echo miniseries, I don't know. I think the stories here get better as the anthology progresses. The second story with Dani Moonstar really tries to make a statement that I think, again, needed to be fleshed out more. The final story keeps itself smaller and I think that works better. But I think that story will be confusing for people who didn't read 80s Wolverine, so it's kind of a wash. But t more

  • 4.0
    daspidaboy Jul 28, 2021

    Yikes.... the art was pretty bland and the anthology series just didn't make me like the new Native American characters.

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