Marvel's Voices



With the Marvel universe as her springboard, host Angélique Roché holds in-depth conversations with storytellers creating unforgettable stories through their unique perspectives.


  • Rebecca Roanhorse & Weyshoyot Alvitre and Spotlighting Echo

    08/03/2021 Duración: 35min

    Angélique Roché talks to writer Rebecca Roanhorse and artist Weyshoyot Alvitre two Indigenous American creators and part of the cast of Marvel's first ever comic spotlighting indigenous characters, Marvel's Voices, Indigenous Voices #1.

  • Tochi Onyebuchi & Stephanie Williams and Their Comics Journeys

    01/03/2021 Duración: 01h01min

    Marvel’s Voices Legacy #1 is finally here! Angélique Roché talks with writers Tochi Onyebuchi and Stephanie Williams about their “unconventional” journey as storytellers, their love of Marvel comics, and the inspiration behind their stories in the anthology.

  • Javier Garron & Natacha Bustos and Drawing for Comics

    22/02/2021 Duración: 51min

    Angélique Roché talks to artists Javier Garron and Natacha Bustos about their work, their journey, their passion for comic books, and what it was like being featured in Episode 3 of Marvel’s 616, Amazing Artisans, currently streaming exclusively on Disney+. 

  • Jeffrey Veregge and the Storytelling Process

    15/02/2021 Duración: 41min

    Angélique Roché talks to artist, writer, and the creator behind the Smithsonian’s Of Gods and Heroes exhibition, Jeffery Veregge. Veregge has worked on a series of gorgeous native American Heritage Tribute variant covers for Marvel showcasing heroes like Dani Moonstar, Black Panther, Spider-Man, and more, all depicted in Veregge’s iconic artistic Formline style. His work can also been seen in Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices #1.

  • Gene Luen Yang and Writing Shang-Chi

    08/02/2021 Duración: 38min

    Angélique Roché talks to MacArthur Fellow Gene Luen Yang about writing Shang-Chi for Marvel, and his book American Born Chinese, which became the first graphic novel to win the American Library Association’s Printz Award.

  • Sandra Saad and Voicing Kamala Khan

    01/02/2021 Duración: 29min

    Angélique Roché talks to Sandra Saad about playing Kamala Khan in the Marvel’s Avengers video game.

  • Outlawed: Eve L. Ewing

    25/01/2021 Duración: 52min

    Angélique Roché talks to writer Dr. Eve L. Ewing about writing “Outlawed” and depicting Chicago within the Marvel Universe.

  • Marvel World Wide

    18/01/2021 Duración: 51min

    Angélique Roché talks to Marvel’s director of talent relations Rickey Purdin about how Marvel finds and works with talent all over the globe. She also speaks to two exciting artists; Boss Logic in Australia, and Luciano Vecchio in Buenos Aires, Argentina, about their origin stories, their style, and how they found their way to Marvel.

  • Alyssa Wong and Writing Doctor Aphra

    11/01/2021 Duración: 38min

    Angélique Roché talks to writer Alyssa Wong about writing underrepresented voices and getting to write characters that her Aunties could relate to.

  • BONUS: Jason Reynolds, Writer of ‘Miles Morales: Spider-Man’

    28/12/2020 Duración: 38min

    Angélique Roché talks to writer Jason Reynolds about his 2017 book “Miles Morales: Spider-Man,” how he uses writing as a way to relate to his and other communities, and reaching young readers. 

  • Roxane Gay and Writing in Wakanda

    21/12/2020 Duración: 31min

    Angélique Roché talks to author Roxane Gay about life, how she’s doing during quarantine, and writing Black Panther. 

  • Nic Stone and Writing "Shuri"

    14/12/2020 Duración: 36min

    Angélique Roché talks to author Nic Stone about writing a banned book, and the personal and social insight she drew upon to write the YA novel “Shuri.”

  • Method Man and the Coming of Galactus

    07/12/2020 Duración: 24min

    Angélique Roché begins the new season of Marvel’s Voices by chatting with the legendary artist Method Man about his place in the wide universe of Marvel canon, his new show on SiriusXM, and playing Ben Urich in the audio fiction podcast “Marvels."

  • This Week in Marvel: Elevating Black Voices in Comics

    12/06/2020 Duración: 45min

    Thanks so much for your patience between Marvel’s Voices seasons. While we are hard at work at a new season that is coming out, Angelique joined the This Week in Marvel team to highlight some clips from previous seasons in order to continue to share stories from Black creators. Angelique talked to Jesse J Holland about the origin story in Black Panther: Who is the Black Panther?, to Franchesca Ramsey about representation in media, to Vita Ayala about being able to write the characters that they loved as a kid, and to Jason Reynolds about what is means to flesh out Miles Morales in his YA novel Miles Morales: Spider-Man. Our new season will be out this fall, so stay tuned. And please go to or Marvel Unlimited to read Marvel’s Voices #1, the comic book inspired by this podcast, now FREE on Marvel Unlimited.

  • Paul Bae and Mischa Stanton, Director and Sound Designer, Marvels

    03/10/2019 Duración: 44min

    Angélique sits down with Paul Bae and Mischa Stanton, who have been working together on the new fiction podcast Marvels. Written by Lauren Shippen, Marvels follows photojournalist Phil Sheldon as he investigates the truth behind the Fantastic Four’s battle with Galactus in New York City. Its release is part of the 25th-anniversary celebrations for the four-part comic book of the same name by legendary creative team Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross.Paul and Mischa talk about their origins in the podcast world and what it’s been like to collaborate on this 10-episode series, launching later this year on Stitcher Premium.

  • Alitha Martinez, Artist for Fearless & Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur

    19/09/2019 Duración: 35min

    Angélique sits down with artist Alitha Martinez to talk about putting intense hours into making comic books, what her love for the medium means to her, and the challenges of drawing a tiny girl and a humongous dinosaur in the same panel.

  • Vita Ayala, Writer of 'Age of X-Man: Prisoner X'

    05/09/2019 Duración: 33min

    Vita Ayala was born into the kind of magical cultural diversity that can only exist in New York City. New York was and still is a city full of people, full of colorful stories, and thankfully for Ayala's fans, full of convenience stores with spinner racks of comics that graced almost every city block. Ayala initially gravitated towards Marvel when they first laid eyes on a comic book with Storm and Bishop on one of those spinner racks. Like so many fans, Ayala saw in these two prominent characters of color a representation that would invest them in not only that book, but the Marvel Universe as a whole. Perhaps that belonging -- and their love of comics -- is why Ayala eventually found themself working in a place surrounded by stories, a local comic book store. Ayala, who has always had a love for writing, is a self-proclaimed compulsive writer eking out every day, hour, and minute they can to put pen to paper; even before they found the courage to publish or pitch them. They credit the final push to friendsh

  • Ray-Anthony Height, Illustrator

    22/08/2019 Duración: 31min

    Way back at San Diego Comic Con 2019, Angélique sat down with illustrator Ray-Anthony Height to talk about working on Marvel comics like X-MEN BLUE, needing to act scenes out as reference, and loving animation at an early age.

  • Jen Bartel, Eisner Award-Winning Illustrator and Comic Artist

    08/08/2019 Duración: 30min

    Angélique is joined by Jen Bartel at SDCC 2019 right after she won an Eisner for best Cover Artist. They sit down to talk about how she found her passion for comic book illustration, how she approaches comic covers, and what podcast she loves to listen to while doing her work.

  • Ira Madison III, Writer and Co-Host of "Keep It!"

    25/07/2019 Duración: 30min

    Angélique is joined by the prolific Ira Madison III, host of Crooked Media's "Keep It!" podcast and writer for numerous publications including The Daily Beast, GQ, and more. Ira talks growing up as a Wednesday warrior, his approach to pop culture journalism, and transitioning from commenting on culture to creating it.

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