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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    Marvel's Voices
    So What Does A Marvel Editor Actually Do? | Marvel’s Voices

    Assistant Editor Chris Robinson talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché about his job and daily duties as an editor at Marvel Comics.

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    Lyrica Okano discusses Nico Minoru’s Identity on Marvel’s Runaways | Marvel’s Voices

    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!

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    How Kimiko Glenn Embraces Identity in her Roles | Marvel’s Voices

    Actress Kimiko Glenn talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché about how she embraces identity in her roles in film and TV. Hear Kimiko as ‘Peni Parker’ in Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse! And see her in “The Guest Book” now streaming on TBS

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    What’s In Store for Miles Morales in His New Series? | Marvel’s Voices

    Saladin Ahmed, writer of the upcoming MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN comic series, talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché, about what readers can expect from the teenage Spider-Man in his new solo series!

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    How Saladin Ahmed Humanizes his Characters | Marvel’s Voices

    Saladin Ahmed, writer of BLACK BOLT, EXILES, and the upcoming series, MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN, talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché about how he integrates humanizing narratives to bring his comic characters to life.

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    How Iceman’s Powers Affect His Appearance

    Iceman writer Sina Grace talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angelique Roche about the relationship between the strength of Bobby Drake’s powers and how his ice form manifests.

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    Why Saladin Ahmed is a Writer To Follow | Marvel’s Voices: Shoutout

    Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché explains why she likes the work of Saladin Ahmed, writer of EXILES, QUICKSILVER, THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #1, and more! Be on the lookout for Angélique’s full interview with Saladin on an upcoming episode.

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    Ronny Chieng Shares Challenges and Rewards of Writing about His Own Life | Marvel’s Voices

    Comedian Ronny Chieng, from “The Daily Show” and “Crazy Rich Asians,” talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché about how he based the scripts for his new show “Ronny Chieng: International Student” off of his own experience studying abroad.

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    Iceman’s Cool New Series! | Marvel’s Voices Shoutout

    Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché gives a shoutout to Iceman, a.k.a. Bobby Drake, getting a new solo series. The Iceman series is written by Sina Grace, who will be featured in an upcoming episode of the Marvel’s Voices podcast!

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    How Dance Lessons Taught Jessica Henwick Fighting Skills | Marvel’s Voices

    Jessica Henwick, who plays Colleen Wing on “Marvel’s Iron Fist” talks with Marvel’s Voices host Angélique Roché about how taking dance classes growing up helped prepare her for a career of learning how to fight on screen.

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    Taking Creative Risks on ‘Marvel’s Luke Cage’ with Cheo Hodari Coker | Marvel’s Voices

    “Marvel’s Luke Cage” showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker explains why taking risks is necessary for the success of his creative projects. Listen to the FULL interview at marvel.com/podcasts. Watch “Marvel’s Luke Cage” season 2 now streaming on Netflix.

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    How Saturday Morning Cartoons Inspired Martellus Bennett | Marvel’s Voices

    The Imagination Agency founder and Super Bowl LI champion Martellus Bennett explains why his childhood Saturday morning cartoon favorites became part of his DNA.

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