website statistics Marvel's Voices: Pride - PDF Books Online
Hot Best Seller

Marvel's Voices: Pride

Availability: Ready to download

Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Take pride in a rainbow-powered, queer-centered anthology by an amazing assembly of writers and artists from all walks of life. New talents and fan-favorites tell their Pride stories — stories of inspiration and empowerment, featuring Wiccan and Hul Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Take pride in a rainbow-powered, queer-centered anthology by an amazing assembly of writers and artists from all walks of life. New talents and fan-favorites tell their Pride stories — stories of inspiration and empowerment, featuring Wiccan and Hulkling! Iceman! Mystique and Destiny! Karma! Akihiro! Nico Minoru and Karolina Dean! And more sensational characters, old and new! Plus, Billy and Teddy’s honeymoon is interrupted by a full-scale galactic invasion of symbiotes! Aaron Fischer is the Captain America of the railways! And a stunning gallery of Phil Jimenez’s Pride Month variant covers! Collects Marvel's Voices: Pride (2021) #1, Marvel's Voices (2020) #1 (“Assembled" story), Incredible Hulk (1968) #240, Astonishing X-Men (2004) #51, King in Black: Wiccan and Hulkling (2021) #1, America Chavez: Made in the USA (2021) #1, material from United States of Captain America (2021) #1, Pride Month variants.


Compare

Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Take pride in a rainbow-powered, queer-centered anthology by an amazing assembly of writers and artists from all walks of life. New talents and fan-favorites tell their Pride stories — stories of inspiration and empowerment, featuring Wiccan and Hul Stories from the world outside your window, by diverse creators who are making theirs Marvel — and making their voices heard! Take pride in a rainbow-powered, queer-centered anthology by an amazing assembly of writers and artists from all walks of life. New talents and fan-favorites tell their Pride stories — stories of inspiration and empowerment, featuring Wiccan and Hulkling! Iceman! Mystique and Destiny! Karma! Akihiro! Nico Minoru and Karolina Dean! And more sensational characters, old and new! Plus, Billy and Teddy’s honeymoon is interrupted by a full-scale galactic invasion of symbiotes! Aaron Fischer is the Captain America of the railways! And a stunning gallery of Phil Jimenez’s Pride Month variant covers! Collects Marvel's Voices: Pride (2021) #1, Marvel's Voices (2020) #1 (“Assembled" story), Incredible Hulk (1968) #240, Astonishing X-Men (2004) #51, King in Black: Wiccan and Hulkling (2021) #1, America Chavez: Made in the USA (2021) #1, material from United States of Captain America (2021) #1, Pride Month variants.

30 review for Marvel's Voices: Pride

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Perez

    This was an alright little comic. Some of the dialogue came off a bit cringy and forced, and some of the artwork...was not the best. I am excited for the character of Somnus and this was a heart-felt introduction to him. Overall, I was very impressed with the amount of bisexual representation in this issue.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    The short stories up front provide a quick and enjoyable run-through of Marvel's LGBTQIA+ characters, but mostly left me wanting more and longer stories instead of some of the questionable reprints that fill out the book. The Northstar coming out story from Alpha Flight #106 is a milestone, sure, but boy is it dreadfully drawn and written. The other reprints are better, but I had read most of them before, and they are from the middle or start of longer stories so they don't exactly satisfy on th The short stories up front provide a quick and enjoyable run-through of Marvel's LGBTQIA+ characters, but mostly left me wanting more and longer stories instead of some of the questionable reprints that fill out the book. The Northstar coming out story from Alpha Flight #106 is a milestone, sure, but boy is it dreadfully drawn and written. The other reprints are better, but I had read most of them before, and they are from the middle or start of longer stories so they don't exactly satisfy on their own. Throw in the essays and there are enough good things to rate a thumbs up. FOR REFERENCE: Contents: Introduction / Steve Orlando Marvel's Voices Pride (2021) #1 • Introduction / Luciano Vecchio, writer, artist, colorist; Mike O'Sullivan, research • The Vows / Allan Heinberg, writer; Jim Cheung, artist; Marcelo Maiolo, colorist • Under the Stars / Mariko Tamaki, writer; Kris Anka, artist; Tamra Bonvillain, colorist • Something New Everyday / Lilah Sturges, writer; Derek Charm, artist; Brittany Peer, colorist • When a Black Cat Crosses Your Path, You Give Them the Right-of-way / Leah Williams, writer; Jan Bazaldua, artist; Erick Arciniega, colorist • Totally Invulnerable / Crystal Frasier, writer; Jethro Morales, artist; Rachelle Rosenberg, colorist • Colossus / Kieron Gillen, writer; Rye Hickman, artist; Brittany Peer, colorist • Good Luck / Terry Blas, writer; Paulina Ganucheau, artist; Kendall Goode, colorist • Early Thaw / Anthony Oliveira, writer; Javier Garron, artist; David Curiel, colorist • The Man I Know / J.J. Kirby, writer, artist & colorist • The Grey Ladies / Tini Howard, writer; Samantha Dodge, artist; Brittany Peer, colorist • You Deserve / Vita Ayala, writer; Brittany L. Williams, Layouts; Joanna Estep, artist; Brittany Peer, colorist • A Man of His Dreams / Steve Orlando, writer; Claudia Aguirre, artist, colorist; Luciano Vecchio, Somnus Character Design • Love Is Love / Jacopo Camagni, writer, artist, colorist • An Interview With Former Associate Editor Chris Cooper / Angélique Roché • Big Gay Moments Alpha Flight #106 • Excerpt From Alpha Flight #106 / Scott Lobdell, writer; Mark Pacella, Penciller; Dan Panosian, Inker; Bob Sharen, colorist; Janice Chiang, letterer Marvel's Voices #1 • Assemble / Luciano Vecchio, writer, artist, colorist; VC's Travis Lanham, letterer Incredible Hulk (1968) #420 • Lest Darkness Come / Peter David, writers; Gary Frank, Penciler; Cam Smith, Inker; Glynis Oliver, colorist; Joe Rosen, letterer • Green Mail / Michael Kraiger, Nicholas J. Vance, Barbara Slate, Fred Burke, Jeph Loeb, Joe Rubinstein, Mindy Newell, Chris Cooper, Gary Guzzo, Don H. DeBrandt, Tom A. Tenney, Kelly Corvese, writers Astonishing X-Men (2004) #51 • [Untitled] / Marjorie Liu, writer; Mike Perkins, Penciler; Mike Perkins, Andrew Hennessy, Inkers; Andy Troy, Jim Charalampidis, Rachelle Rosenberg, colorist; VC's Joe Caramagna, Cory Petit, Clayton Cowles, letterer King in Black: Wiccan and Hulkling • In the Name of the Honeymoon / Tini Howard, writer; Luciano Vecchio, artist; Espen Grundetjerm, colorist; VC's Ariana Maher, letterer America Chavez: Made in the USA #1 • Made in the U.S.A., Part 1 / Kalinda Vazquez, writer; Carlos Gomez, artist; Jesus Aburtov, colorist; VC's Travis Lanham, letterer The United States of Captain America #1 • Excerpt featuring Aaron Fischer, the Captain America of the Railways / Josh Trujillo, writer, Jan Bazaldua, artist; Matt Milla, colorist; VC's Joe Caramagna, letterer Marvel's Voices Essays • Marvel's Voices: Essay / Chris Cooper, writer • Marvel's Voices: Essay / Terry Blas, writer • Even an Android Can Cry: Essay / Jasmine Estrada, writer • Finding Ourselves in the Subtext: Essay / Conner Goldsmith, writer • Afterword: Ever Forward / Danny Lore, writer Covers, Variant Covers, and Cover Gallery / Olivier Coipel, Luciano Vecchio, Mark Pacella, Gary Frank, Dustin Weaver & Rachelle Rosenberg, Jim Cheung & Alejandro Sanchez Rodriguez, Sara Pichelli & Tamra Bonvillain, Alex Ross, Paulina Ganucheau, Kris Anka, Russell Dauterman & Matthew Wilson, Enanda Souza, Jeffrey Veregge, Phil Jimenez & Marte Gracia, Phil Jimenez & Federico Blee, artists

  3. 5 out of 5

    'Nathan Burgoine

    Really enjoyed this, especially Oliveira’s Iceman short, Crystal Frasier's She-Hulk story (She-Hulk adjacent story?), the Leah Williams Black Cat story, and Lilah Sturges' Daredevil story. I will say for anyone going into this collection looking for narratives that you're potentially going to feel a little shortchanged. I'm a fan of vignettes, so for me most of this really hit the spot, but I can understand that's not for everyone. Quite a few of these are the comic equivalent of flash fiction, Really enjoyed this, especially Oliveira’s Iceman short, Crystal Frasier's She-Hulk story (She-Hulk adjacent story?), the Leah Williams Black Cat story, and Lilah Sturges' Daredevil story. I will say for anyone going into this collection looking for narratives that you're potentially going to feel a little shortchanged. I'm a fan of vignettes, so for me most of this really hit the spot, but I can understand that's not for everyone. Quite a few of these are the comic equivalent of flash fiction, rather than actual fully-fledged short stories, and I while I would have loved to see any of them fleshed out to a full-length story, this didn't lower the effectiveness for me at all.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lewis

    Everything about this was so perfect. From Prodigy's introduction; his discussion of his sexuality with Tommy; Billy and Teddy's vows; Somnus' resurrection; and Mystique's ownership of her Queerness after literal decades of being closeted by writers, this truly does feel like a celebration of Queer voices. Everything about this was so perfect. From Prodigy's introduction; his discussion of his sexuality with Tommy; Billy and Teddy's vows; Somnus' resurrection; and Mystique's ownership of her Queerness after literal decades of being closeted by writers, this truly does feel like a celebration of Queer voices.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mery ✨

    4.25/5 A prodigy origin story is so funny but also really relatable, if I was a mutant living on the x-mansion during my teens I would also end up having a crush for everyone there. I loved the idea that Iceman came out to Magneto when he was a child and Magneto just sat on that information for all these years. Hopefully, we see the two of them have a moment together in the present sometime soon.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Eli

    3.5 stars Some stories were better than others, as per usual with anthologies. I think it got better towards the second half, so I’m glad I didn’t give up on it. I really like the Marvel Voices initiative they’re taking. It’s great that they’re highlighting all kinds of marginalized people and characters.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Romy

    This reminds me of the DC Pulse Nightclub Tribute "Love Is Love" comic that came out in 2016. Very short vignettes of the lives of such characters as Prodigy, Hulking and Wiccan, Karolina Dean, Jessie Drake, Somnus, and others. The art for Northstar and Kyle leaves much to be desired. I really felt that this collection could have been longer and some of the stories more fleshed out. I get that it is a collection of shorts, but it struggled in places to make an real impact. If you are looking to f This reminds me of the DC Pulse Nightclub Tribute "Love Is Love" comic that came out in 2016. Very short vignettes of the lives of such characters as Prodigy, Hulking and Wiccan, Karolina Dean, Jessie Drake, Somnus, and others. The art for Northstar and Kyle leaves much to be desired. I really felt that this collection could have been longer and some of the stories more fleshed out. I get that it is a collection of shorts, but it struggled in places to make an real impact. If you are looking to find LGBTQIA representation, this is such a small way to get it. I suggest instead that you pick a character that speaks to you and just read the character-relevant issues instead. Still, it was a decent read, just not earth-shattering.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cassie

    It features not one, not two, but THREE trans girl characters. And I love all of them. It's also got trans writers Lilah Sturges and Crystal Frasier writing their stories. I think I enjoyed it more than the DC Pride book, and I'm hoping they make it an annual thing. It features not one, not two, but THREE trans girl characters. And I love all of them. It's also got trans writers Lilah Sturges and Crystal Frasier writing their stories. I think I enjoyed it more than the DC Pride book, and I'm hoping they make it an annual thing.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Scratch

    Not as godawful as I was worried it would be. But my biggest takeaway was the OMG moment that they actually brought back the obscure mutant "Jesse," formerly associated with Typhoid Mary. I picked that obscure mutant for my own fanfiction (that was never committed to paper), and I never expected that she would come back to Marvel comics. Overall this was fine. I didn't experience too much cringe as a gay person. Not as godawful as I was worried it would be. But my biggest takeaway was the OMG moment that they actually brought back the obscure mutant "Jesse," formerly associated with Typhoid Mary. I picked that obscure mutant for my own fanfiction (that was never committed to paper), and I never expected that she would come back to Marvel comics. Overall this was fine. I didn't experience too much cringe as a gay person.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Like the other Marvel Voices books, this is about half reprints and half new, extremely short stories about various LGBT+ Marvel characters. The quality of both the writing and the artwork varies, and the best stories come from writers who have recently worked on that very character.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jake Gray

    This was a great anthology. Really hope they make this an annual project.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Francis

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This issue could have been twice the length and still not have covered all the queer characters that have managed to sneak in to Marvel comics over the years. I'm hoping this year (2022) we get more of the same with different characters - D-Man, Darkveil, Raz Malhotra's Giant Man. I want to know what Pyro mk2 is doing now, since his hook up with Bobby and the subsequent return of Pyro mk1. I want to know about Rictor and Shatterstar's reunion (they went from cozying up at the Hellfire ball to Sh This issue could have been twice the length and still not have covered all the queer characters that have managed to sneak in to Marvel comics over the years. I'm hoping this year (2022) we get more of the same with different characters - D-Man, Darkveil, Raz Malhotra's Giant Man. I want to know what Pyro mk2 is doing now, since his hook up with Bobby and the subsequent return of Pyro mk1. I want to know about Rictor and Shatterstar's reunion (they went from cozying up at the Hellfire ball to Shatterstar joining Excalibur in Otherworld with no explanation how they got there.). Even Flatman of the Great Lakes Avengers needs a nod. And that's just some of the 616 guys. What about other 'verse's gays. So many stories waiting to be told. A positive goldmine if Marvel would only back them. But this has turned into a list of wants rather than a review. What of this version, as with any anthology style work there are some things I like more than others. Some stories introduced me to characters I'd never heard of before. But all have a place in our rainbow community. Standout points for me both starred Daken funnily enough. The introduction of a brand new mutant, Somnus and his impact on Daken. And Anole and his barkeeping duty. My problem with the current New Mutants runs is that they seem to have de-aged Anole (even though other runs have him tending bar at the Green Lagoon) when he should actually be in his late teens (at least), trying to find a boyfriend, and worrying about Santos, his best friend - goddammit! He is literally the same age (or thereabouts) as Elixir, he should not be running about with a bunch of pre-teens! Okay, I've got off course again. This is a great issue. Buy it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Missy

    So, this was really cute. It was pandering and a lot of it was on the nose, but you kind of expect that from a book about queerness. I wish there were more rep for people who are multisexual + in relationships with people of the opposite gender (I'm happy to see bisexuality in there though like no hate, it'd just be nice to see my relationship shown, I got that from Akihiro/Daken). Also, would've loved some more nonbinary rep too. Overall, it was an anthology of original stories regarding queer/ So, this was really cute. It was pandering and a lot of it was on the nose, but you kind of expect that from a book about queerness. I wish there were more rep for people who are multisexual + in relationships with people of the opposite gender (I'm happy to see bisexuality in there though like no hate, it'd just be nice to see my relationship shown, I got that from Akihiro/Daken). Also, would've loved some more nonbinary rep too. Overall, it was an anthology of original stories regarding queer/LGBTQ+ characters in the marvel universe, it was cute, yeah shoehorning because it has to be, and some of it is a bit cringy, but it's for a queer/LGBTQ+ audience, but also for people who are allies to the cause. I really enjoyed the inclusion of Northstar's coming out story, that was awesome to see some comic history.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jorge Veronica Maldonado

    AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING AND OH SO DAMN QUEER!!! Just hook it into my veins already! Marvel has been really great lately about pushing forward LGBTQ+ stories in their publishing, and this was just such a love-letter to all the queer fans. I loved it - best book gift I've ever received on my birthday! (Writing this review 6 months after cause i've re-read it like 10 times in the past 6 months or so, and hadn't realised it was on my read list lol) AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING AND OH SO DAMN QUEER!!! Just hook it into my veins already! Marvel has been really great lately about pushing forward LGBTQ+ stories in their publishing, and this was just such a love-letter to all the queer fans. I loved it - best book gift I've ever received on my birthday! (Writing this review 6 months after cause i've re-read it like 10 times in the past 6 months or so, and hadn't realised it was on my read list lol)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tom Ward

    A really enjoyable collection of short stories involving a cast of LGBTQ+ Marvel Characters. The art is delightful and the stories touch on many different areas. It would have been lovely if some of the stories were fleshed out further or if the collection had been slightly bigger but overall it was a really nice read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Julez

    I admit it has some weak points but I couldn't help but tear up multiple times during the read. This Issue is so important to me and to other queer youth , I'm so glad we finally got it and that the representation keeps on growing. I especially loved the short story about Iceman with Magneto ♡ I admit it has some weak points but I couldn't help but tear up multiple times during the read. This Issue is so important to me and to other queer youth , I'm so glad we finally got it and that the representation keeps on growing. I especially loved the short story about Iceman with Magneto ♡

  17. 5 out of 5

    Merenwen

    This was a great anthology focusing on LGBTQIA+ stories, both past and present. (I had no idea that Marvel had done stories focused on the AIDS crisis!)

  18. 4 out of 5

    tdr7

    sweet snapshots rather than full stories :)!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    I don't really know how to rate this so I won't but there were some cute little bits. I don't really know how to rate this so I won't but there were some cute little bits.

  20. 5 out of 5

    juli

    El hecho de que América Chávez no aparezca en este comic es homofóbico

  21. 5 out of 5

    Coffee

    I'm glad they made this, but I didn't think the stories themselves were that good. I'm glad they made this, but I didn't think the stories themselves were that good.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dana Timmermon

  23. 5 out of 5

    Travis Whaley

  24. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  25. 5 out of 5

    Stefferdan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ana

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carol

  28. 5 out of 5

    Skye

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stefan Dion Garcia

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...