Marvel’s next “Voices” anthology will turn to the denizens of Krakoa, as the publisher has announced Marvel’s Voices: X-Men.
The anthology series, which followed a podcast on Marvel.com with the same name, has been published since 2020 and has spotlighted “diverse storytellers and their journeys,” as well as characters from diverse backgrounds. This year Marvel began spotlighting specific character groups, like the Spider-Verse characters and the citizens of Wakanda, in stories by diverse creators.
Marvel’s Voices: X-Men will feature stories from the past and present:
- Jay Edidin, co-host of the X-Men podcast Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men, will write a story featuring Mystique and Destiny set during their time leading the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
- Brazilian fantasy novelists and screenwriters Raphael Draccon and Carolina Munhóz will show what happens when “Gambit drags Rogue out for a romantic night out to… rob the Thieves Guild?!”
- Mech Cadets and Incredible Hulk writer Greg Pak will have a Jubilee story in the anthology.
- Al Ewing will also have a story, although Marvel didn’t reveal any details about it.
- Artists whose work will be featured include Jan Bazaldua, Jethro Morales, Nina Vakueva, Wilton Santos, Daniel Bayliss and Gustavo Vargas.
The anthology will arrive in stores Aug. 16.