With the Marvel universe as her springboard, host Angélique Roché holds in-depth conversations with storytellers creating unforgettable stories through their unique perspectives.
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Joe Quesada, Vita Ayala and Edgar Delgado reflect on the ever-expanding Marvel Universe and an increasingly inclusive comic book industry.
Listen in as Paul Bae and Mischa Stanton, director and sound designer, chat with Angélique!
Angélique Roché hosts a new episode of the show!
Angélique Roché talks with Marvel Comics Writer Vita Ayala about all their favorite characters. Vita confesses to crying when being told they’d get to write about their favorite character growing up, Bishop.
Angélique Roché invites Marvel Editor Chris Robinson to share their love for the 2010’s best & brightest new young character: Lunella Lafayette, a.k.a. Moon Girl.
TV writer, critic, and host of pop culture podcast, Keep It!, Ira Madison III reminisces with Angélique Roché about collecting back issues of his favorite comics growing up.
Angélique Roché is joined by Ashley Irving, from Marvel’s Content Development team, they talk their shared love for all things 2000’s, including The Runaways: an eclectic group of teens, and deinonychus, on the run from their evil parents.
Author Preeti Chhibber can barely contain her excitement as she shares a secret with Angélique: she published a book for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home. Check out Preeti’s book “Spider-Man: Far From Home: Peter and Ned's Ultimate Travel Journal”
We’re chatting about Bishop, one of our favorite 1990’s Marvel characters who’s known for time traveling, no-nonsense attitude and colorful bandanas. With the help of Marvel Comics Assistant Editor Chris Robinson.
Ashley Irving, from Marvel’s Content Development team, shares why Monica Rambeau’s light shined all throughout the 1980s. They talk about Monica’s memorable debut in The Amazing Spider-man Annual #16, as well as her ascent to leading the Avengers.
Comedian Janelle James talks about her personalized comedy style relates to the human storytelling in comics. Check out https://www.janellejamescomedy.com for more info on Janelle’s specials and upcoming shows.
Ashley Irving, from Marvel’s Content Development team, discuss one of the most iconic characters to debut in the 1970s: Ororo Monroe, a.k.a. Storm. Angélique and Ashley discuss Storm’s enduring legacy.
Tony Award-winner James Monroe Iglehart joins Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché to talk about his passion for X-Men comics, and his strong feelings on Scott Summers, a.k.a. Cyclops. Check out James’ Spider-Man story in MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS #3!
Assistant Editor Chris Robinson talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché about his job and daily duties as an editor at Marvel Comics.
Actress Lyrica Okano talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché about playing an Asian-American hero, “Nico Minoru” on Marvel’s Runaways. Watch Marvel’s Runaways Seasons 1 and 2 now streaming on Hulu. And check out The Marvel After Show podcast!