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Published December 16, 2020

Marvel’s Stormbreakers Favorite Comics

Dig into recommended reading from some of Marvel’s top artists!

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Marvel Unlimited: your one-stop destination to read the comic favorites of Marvel’s Stormbreakers! Celebrating the industry’s best in storytelling, this year’s roster of Joshua CassaraPatrick GleasonPeach MomokoNatacha BustosIban CoelloCarmen CarneroJuann Cabal, and R.B. Silva, represent the next generation of elite Marvel artists.

[RELATED: Marvel Comics Unveils Marvel's Stormbreakers Artist Program, the Next Generation of Elite Artists]

And, they’ve offered up their comic recommendations for Marvel.com, sharing the stories they love as creators and fans!

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Read the Stormbreakers’ favorites below, and join Marvel Unlimited to read these series (and many more) in full.

Peach Momoko (Renowned Cover Artist)

SILVER SURFER: BLACK (2019) 

“I love the psychedelic and organic artwork that Tradd Moore puts into SILVER SURFER: BLACK. The artwork has so much motion and emotion, that I get so into the book.”

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SILVER SURFER: BLACK (2019) #3

Joshua Cassara (X-Force)

ASTONISHING X-MEN (2004) AND GIANT-SIZE ASTONISHING X-MEN (2008) #1

“When I picture the X-Men, this is it.  Before this I just looked at the pretty art, but this is the first time I consumed the X-Men as a whole story. John Cassaday is my all-time favorite comic artist. Crystal clear storytelling and amazing scale. I love this.”

Astonishing X-Men #1
ASTONISHING X-MEN (2004) #1

Natacha Bustos (Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur)

NEW MUTANTS (1983) #4-17

"The New Mutants story had already caught my attention, but I fell in love with Sal Buscema’s particular storytelling and characters’ acting style. All very dynamic and energetic, so characteristic of his art.”

New Mutants #6
NEW MUTANTS (1983) #6

R.B. Silva (Fantastic Four, Powers of X)

UNCANNY X-MEN (1963) #347

“Drawn by Joe Madureira and written by Scott Lobdell, this was the first Super Hero comic book that I read when I was 12, and the most important comic of my career. After reading this issue, I decided that I wanted to become a professional comic book artist.”

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UNCANNY X-MEN (1963) #347

Carmen Carnero (Hellions)

VISION (2015)

"A robot raising a family he would do anything for, trying to fit in a normal life while making human choices. This creative team crafted a masterpiece where storytelling is the lead."

Vision #1
VISION (2015) #1

Juann Cabal (Guardians of the Galaxy)

SPIDER-MAN: FEVER (2010)

“I love Brendan McCarthy’s crazy hallucinogenic style. I used to think it may limit him to a specific kind of story (like this one, for instance), but then, I was watching Mad Max: Fury Road and I remember thinking, ‘Wait a minute. Where have I seen this kind of stuff before?’

McCarthy’s been a great influence to me in terms of how to approach my own work. In subjects like embracing the weirdness, pushing the boundaries, and not being afraid of trying new things. SPIDER-MAN: FEVER is a great sample for Marvel readers of his incredible talent and boundless imagination.”

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SPIDER-MAN: FEVER (2010) #2

Iban Coello (Venom)

ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN (2000)

“This is one of the best Spider-Man stories I've ever read. All the characters are very well written, and artist Mark Bagley’s work is outstanding.”

USM #1
ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN (2000) #1

PATRICK GLEASON (THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN)

DAREDEVIL: DARK NIGHTS (2013)

"I don't remember why I first picked this up. I wasn't a regular Daredevil reader at the time, but I'm so glad I tried something new. It's a series I constantly go back to. Lee Weeks masterfully demonstrates his talent as a storyteller in this seemingly simple hero story (but it's comics, so nothing stays simple for long!) with Daredevil determination, style, heart, and craft. This is a fantastic self-contained story you need to read, right alongside Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's "Daredevil: Born Again"!

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DAREDEVIL: DARK NIGHTS (2013) #1

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