Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview: PHOENIX SONG: ECHO #1

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PHOENIX SONG: ECHO #1 hits your local comic book store October 20th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for you.

About the issue:
STRAIGHT OUT OF HER TRANSFORMATION IN AVENGERS, ECHO GETS AN EXHILARATING SOLO SERIES FROM BESTSELLER REBECCA ROANHORSE!

Against all odds, one of the most powerful entities in the Marvel Universe chose Maya Lopez, a deaf street fighter, as its new avatar. And the burning question on everyone’s minds is: WHY?! But Echo is the last person to answer. Still learning her new cosmic abilities – and struggling with the Phoenix’s overwhelming personality – Echo strikes out to return to her roots. But the reservation has even fewer answers. And where power goes, evil follows. Someone wants Echo to fail – and unleash a power only the greatest heroes in history have been able to control. Avengers artist Luca Maresca joins superstar writer Rebecca Roanhorse for a story that will light the universe on fire!

The issue is by writer Rebecca Roanhorse and artist Luca Maresca, with colors by Carlos Lopez, and letters by Ariana Maher. The cover is by Cory Smith and Alejandro Sánchez.

Check out the PHOENIX SONG: ECHO #1 preview below:

marvel comics phoenix song echo exclusive preview

marvel comics phoenix song echo exclusive preview

marvel comics phoenix song echo exclusive preview

marvel comics phoenix song echo exclusive preview

marvel comics phoenix song echo exclusive preview

marvel comics phoenix song echo exclusive preview

marvel comics phoenix song echo exclusive preview


Have you been reading Marvel’s AVENGERS? Are you looking forward to PHOENIX SONG: ECHO? Sound off in the comments!

Anthony Composto - EIC
Editor-in-Chief for Monkeys Fighting Robots. A lifelong fan of Spider-Man and the Mets, Anthony loves an underdog story. He earned his B.A. in English because of his love for words, and his MBA because of his need for cash. He considers comics to be The Great American Art Form, and loves horror movies, indie dramas, action/thrillers, and everything in between.

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