Black Cat reunites with her two most famous lovers, as the heroine gets a new Marvel Pride cover from superstar artist Jen Bartel.
Warning! spoiler for Marvel Voices: Pride #1 by Marvel Comics
Over the years, Marvel’s black cat has stolen the hearts of both in-universe characters and readers alike, and in a stunning new comic book cover from superstar artist Jen Bartel, the antihero lays next to her greatest loves. In art for the upcoming Pride anthology from Marvel Comics, Felicia Hardy lays next to her former flame, Spider-Man, and her most recent partner, Odessa Drake. The cover brings Black Cat and her her lovers to life in exquisite detail.
Felicia Hardy is one of the comic book genre’s most infamous antiheroes, as her love of heists and stealing have put her in conflict with some of the greatest heroes in the Marvel universe, namely Spider-Man. Black Cat has developed an on-again-off-again romance with the web-slinger, as she’s served as Spider-Man’s third most famous love interest, behind Mary Jane Watson and Gwen Stacy. In her recent ongoing series’ from Jed MacKay and CF Villa, Black Cat was confirmed bisexual, sharing a romance with Odessa Drake, one of the leaders of the infamous Thieves Guild.
In a stunning new cover for the upcoming Marvel Voices: Pride #1 by Marvel Comics, Black Cat lays between her two love interests. In the gorgeous cover art by artist Jen Bartel, Felicia Hardy dawns a smile on her face, as an unmasked Peter Parker lays next to her, holding her hand and stars at her beauty, while Odessa Drake also shares a look at the antihero as she lays lovingly on her shoulder. Per usual with Bartel’s art, the details are immaculate and the fashion is fantastic. All three characters look beautiful. Check out the cover from Bartel below.
The upcoming Marvel Comics anthology will feature 12 news stories starring LGBTQ+ heroes and villains. Included are an Iceman story from Anthony Oliveira, Javier Garron and David Curiel, a Daken and Somnus story from Steve Orlando, Claudia Aguirre, and Luciano Vecchio, a Mystique and Destiny tale from Tini Howard, Samantha Dodge, and Brittany Peer, and a new Black Cat and Jessie Drake story from Leah Williams, Jan Bazaldua, and Erick Arciniega. The anthology will also feature fan favorite couple Nico Minoru and Karolina Dean from The Runaways, in a story from Mariko Tamaki, Kris Anka Tamra Bonvillain.
Readers can pick up the stunning Jen Bartel variant cover starring black catSpider-Man, and Odessa Drake when Marvel Voices: Pride #1 by Marvel Comics arrives in comic book stores and online retailers on June 15, 2022.
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