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Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1 spotlights Indigenous characters and creators this November

cover of Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1
(Image credit: Marvel Comics)

Marvel Comics is once again spotlighting Native American, Indigenous, and First Nations creators and characters in a November anthology one-shot titled Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1, which functions as a spiritual sequel to 2020's Marvel's Voices: Indigenous Voices one-shot.

The Marvel's Voices line is a series of anthologies meant to highlight and showcase creators and characters from different marginalized groups. The publisher points out that the anthology series, which has included titles dedicated to LGBTQ+ creators, Black creators, Latino/Latinx creators, and Asian and Pacific Islander creators. 

Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1 will feature the origin story of supporting character River from writer Rebecca Roanhorse's upcoming title Echo: Phoenix Song, as well as a tale focusing on Champions member Snowguard from her co-creator Nyla Innuksuk. Marvel also promises art from David Cutler and Jim Terry in the anthology, with more creators to be named.

Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1 cover (Image credit: Marvel Comics)

Marvel promises that some of the unnamed creators will make their Marvel debut with the one-shot, though the publisher doesn't go into detail about this point.

Alongside the one-shot, Marvel will further highlight Indigenous characters through a series of variant covers created by artist Maria Wolf, who is of Purépecha heritage.

Marvel's Voices: Identity, the next one-shot in the line to release, is due out August 25, and features a variety of contributions from Asian and Pacific Islander creators, all of which focus on stories of some of Marvel's most prominent characters of the same heritage.

Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1 goes on sale in November. Stay tuned to Newsarama for Marvel's full November 2021 solicitations coming later this month.

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George Marston

I've been Newsarama's resident Marvel Comics expert and general comic book historian since 2011. I've also been the on-site reporter at most major comic conventions such as Comic-Con International: San Diego, New York Comic Con, and C2E2. Outside of comic journalism, I am the artist of many weird pictures, and the guitarist of many heavy riffs. (They/Them)