Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 Celebrates Black History Month in 2024

Marvel Comics has announced Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 — a new anthology one-shot arriving in 2024 to commemorate Black History Month.

Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 is the latest entry in the Marvel’s Voices series of celebratory anthologies. The one-shot is due to hit comic shops on Wednesday, January 31 (one day before Black History Month 2024 begins). The title assembles an all-star roster of creators — including writers David F. Walker, Ezra Claytan Daniels, and Justina Ireland, as well as artists Eder Messias and Sean Damien Hill.

Check out Caanan White’s cover art for Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 below:

What Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 has in store

The Young Avenger known as Elijah Bradley/Patriot headlines Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 for a new story by Walker and Messias. “Locked in a fierce showdown with Crossbones, Elijah Bradley has to explore his own family’s legacy and remind himself of his heroic destiny in order to save the day!” an official synopsis reads. Marvel promises a “bold tale of corruption, abuse, and the hope that springs eternal!”

Meanwhile, Misty Knight celebrates her 50th anniversary at Marvel with a Daughters of the Dragon reunion, courtesy of Ireland. Marvel invites readers to “[s]ee why Misty Knight and Colleen Wing are one of the best duos in the Marvel Universe as they take down crime in style!”

Finally, television writer Daniels (Doom Patrol) makes the jump to Marvel Comics to team with artist Hill for a new Deathlok story. “Michael Collins has always used his Deathlok abilities to be a force for good,” Marvel teases. “Now, after an epic battle, he lies broken beyond repair. To continue the fight, he’ll be forced to make a game-changing decision!” The publisher will reveal additional stories, writers, and artists at a later time.

Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 goes on sale January 31, 2024 from Marvel Comics.