On Saturday, October 8th, 2022, the first Marvel’s Voices panel was held at New York Comic Con 2022. Featuring moderator Angélique Roché and panelists Eve L. Ewing, John Jennings, Danny Lore, Steve Orlando, Cody Ziglar, and Marvel’s Voices Editor Sarah Brunstad, the panel featured multiple announcements about the future of the Marvel’s Voices series… including the upcoming arrival of a new title, Marvel’s Voices: Wakanda Forever #1, arriving at your Local Comic Shop in February 2023.


In addition, a weekly Infinity Comic series was announced, as well as a Marvel’s Voices Walmart Artist Series. You can get all the details from the press release, included below this article.

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MARVEL’S VOICES: WAKANDA FOREVER #1 variant cover by Ejiwa “Edge” Ebenebe.

The special one-shot was announced at the MARVEL’S VOICES: The World Outside Your Window panel at New York Comic Con

Marvel’s Voices expands in 2023 with more “Marvel’s Voices” podcast seasons, the ongoing Marvel’s Voices Walmart Artist Series, weekly Infinity Comics, variant cover art programs, licensed books, and more! 

New York, NY— October 8, 2022 — Announced today at New York Comic Con, the Marvel’s Voices anthology series returns in February 2023 with MARVEL’S VOICES: WAKANDA FOREVER.

The special one-shot arrives just in time to celebrate Black History Month and puts the spotlight on iconic heroes of Wakanda. Black Panther, Shuri, Okoye, and more star in all-new stories by an incredible lineup of both fan-favorite creators and talent fresh to the Marvel Universe. Join them as they grow the inimitable world of Wakanda in these tales of myth, adventure, strife, and more! Creative teams for the book will be announced soon.

The Marvel Universe is known for creating stories that reflect “the world outside your window.” For the past five years, Marvel’s Voices has worked to not only give a behind-the-page look at the creators of those stories but highlight the richness that makes up the Marvel Universe. Today, for the first time, Marvel brought that to New York Comic Con.

The first-ever NYCC Marvel’s Voices panel was hosted by writer, editor, and podcast host Angélique Roché who was joined by Eve L. Ewing (Monica Rambeau: Photon), John Jennings (My Super Hero is Black), Danny Lore (Crypt of Shadows), Steve Orlando (Marauders), Cody Ziglar (Miles Morales: Spider-Man), and Marvel’s Voices Editor Sarah Brunstad.

“Ever since we first started bringing Marvel’s Voices into our comics back in 2020, it’s been so inspiring to see our stories grow and evolve, bringing up a fantastic lineup of new characters and creators,” said Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski. “Looking ahead to 2023, we’re excited to expand the anthology series to broaden our focus on characters and families, giving our writers, editors, and readers more stories and more characters in the grand tradition of Marvel’s Voices.”

Beyond the comics, fans can continue to follow Marvel’s Voices in 2023 with the ongoing Marvel’s Voices Walmart Artist Series, more “Marvel’s Voices” podcast seasons, weekly Marvel Unlimited’s Infinity Comics, licensed books, variant cover art programs, and so much more. Stay tuned for more exciting Marvel’s Voices news! For more information, visit Marvel.com.


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