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Marvel Showcases Their LGBTQ+ Heroes With An Assortment Of Pride Month Variant Covers

Marvel will be commemorating Pride Month 2021 with a new series of variant covers showcasing Marvel's various LGBTQ+ heroes drawn the Phil Jimenez. The covers will feature heroes such as Wiccan and Hulkling, America Chavez, Mystique, Northstar, Iceman, Moondragon, Black Cat, Daken, and the new Valkyrie, Runa. The books will start hitting shelves on June 2nd, beginning with Black Cat #7 and Marauders #21, and continue throughout June, with the final book being X-Factor #10, which will be released on June 30th and feature Northstar.

“I’m always blown away at how different things are now in comics when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation than when I started, and Marvel’s dedication to that inclusion,”

“As an (ahem!) older gay creator, I’m always thrilled by the opportunity to draw iconic LGBTQ+ characters from Marvel’s past and present, and grateful to contribute to Marvel’s future: one that truly represents the world — and the wonderful diversity of humanity — right outside your window.”

Phil Jimenez

Check out all nine covers below and let us know which one is your favorite.

To learn more about Marvel's Pride Month initiative visit Marvel.com

Show Press Release

MARVEL'S PRIDE MONTH VARIANT COVERS REVEALED!

Check out all nine stunning covers by Phil Jimenez coming next month!

New York, NY— May 12, 2021 — This June, Marvel Comics will commemorate Pride Month with a new series of stunning variant covers by legendary artist Phil Jimenez! Spotlighting Marvel’s growing LGBTQ+ representation, Marvel’s PRIDE MONTH VARIANT COVERS will feature some of Marvel’s most popular LGBTQ+ heroes: Wiccan and Hulkling, America Chavez, Mystique, Northstar, Iceman, Moondragon, Black Cat, Daken, and the new Valkyrie, Runa. These stunning depictions will proudly adorn the covers of your favorite Marvel titles throughout June.

“I’m always blown away at how different things are now in comics when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation than when I started, and Marvel’s dedication to that inclusion,” Jimenez said. “As an (ahem!) older gay creator, I’m always thrilled by the opportunity to draw iconic LGBTQ+ characters from Marvel’s past and present, and grateful to contribute to Marvel’s future: one that truly represents the world — and the wonderful diversity of humanity — right outside your window.”

Check them out below and collect all nine PRIDE MONTH VARIANT COVERS starting on June 2nd! For more information, visit Marvel.com.

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