Marvel releases trailer for Marvel Voices Heritage special celebrating Native American, Indigenous, and First Nations heroes

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.

And now the publisher has released a trailer for the special. 

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

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 current limited series Echo: Phoenix Song, as well as a tale focusing on Champions member Snowguard from her co-creator Nyla Innuksuk. 

Here's a complete list of the stories in Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1:

  • 'The Unexpected' by writer/artist Jim Terry and colorist Brittany Peer
  • 'River: A Friend in Need' starring River by writer Rebecca Roanhorse, artist Shaun Beyale, inker Belardino Brabo, and colorist Morry Hollowell
  • 'Snowguard: The Tuurngait's Song' by writer Nyla Innuksuk, artist Natasha Donovan, and colorist Rachelle Rosenberg
  • 'American Eagle: Not Dead Yet' by writer Steven Paul Judd, artist David Cutler, inker Jose Marzan Jr., and colorist Paris Alleyne

Check out this preview of Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1:

In addition to the primary Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1 cover by Kyle Charles seen above, there will be several variant covers by: Afua Richardson, Bill Sienkiewicz, David Mack, Jim Terry, Maria Wolf, Roy Boney, and Taurin Clarke (a Forbidden Planet exclusive). Check them out here:

Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1 goes on sale on January 12.

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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)