Shang-Chi, Ms. Marvel, Psylocke, and more get the spotlight in new variant covers coming this August! Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Marvel Comics is proud to announce a brand-new […]
Shang-Chi, Ms. Marvel, Psylocke, and more get the spotlight in new variant covers coming this August!
Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Marvel Comics is proud to announce a brand-new variant cover collection by renowned and best-selling variant cover artist, InHyuk Lee! Coming to comics shop this August, Lee’s ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HERTIAGE VARIANT COVERS (AAPI COVERS) will highlight Marvel’s ongoing, ever-expanding representation of the vastness of all Asian, Asian American and Pacific Island with stunning depiction of Marvel’s most inspiring Asian heroes. Blending their modern super hero looks with bold streetwear, traditional cultural elements, and more, these striking portraits will adorn the covers of your favorite Marvel titles and will star the following heroes:
· Ms. Marvel
· Amadeus Cho
· Jimmy Woo
“I’m very proud to draw these eight ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HERTIAGE VARIANT COVERS showing the iconic Asian heroes of the Marvel universe,” Lee said. “Silk, Ms. Marvel, Psylocke, Shang-Chi… I love all these heroes so much and since I’m an illustrator and character designer, I proposed to renovate their outfits in a modern or tech-wear style, and Marvel liked my suggestion. When Emily Newcomen asked me about these covers, I had to accept despite my busy schedule because it was so meaningful. I’ve been working with Marvel for 10 years now and I’m happy to say we can always have fun working together.”
Check out the first five now and collect all eight ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE VARIANT COVERS (AAPI COVERS) starting on August 4th!
E3 Recap | Netflix Culture & Family Culture with Bechir Sylvain
We start off with a recap of the biggest announcements at E3 2021 and then we share with you an exclusive interview with actor, director, and producer Bechir Sylvain joins us to talk about his BIG guest star role in the second season of the Netflix original series based in the Z Nation universe ‘Black Summer.’ Bechir also talks to us about his journey to Hollywood acting and the importance of his Haitian culture and the community he has put together to help bring his Haitian heritage to his new home in L.A. Bechir also talks about his late wife’s non-profit organization ‘Brown Sugar Rehab,’ and the importance of the work they are doing there.