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Marvel taps Ernanda Souza for Hispanic Heritage Month variant covers

Incredible Hulk and X-Men Red are on the list of titles getting Comunidades covers, with more to be announced later.

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Marvel is celebrating Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month 2023 with a series of stunning covers by artist Ernando Souza, in a series they're calling the Comunidades Variants.

The Comunidades variants will be released in October, each spotlighting a fan-favorite Latin or Latinx character in Marvels roster. You can check out the list of the announced variants here:

  • October 11: Avengers #6
  • October 11: X-Men: Red #16
  • October 18: Incredible Hulk #5
  • October 18: Scarlet Witch #9

According to Marvel's official site, the list isn't complete just yet; more titles will be announced as part of the Comunidades Variant program in the coming weeks.

Also lined up for Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month is a host of stories from every corner of the Marvel Universe, starring and written by Latin and Latinx members of the House of Ideas. These include:

  • A Power Man story in by writer Vita Ayala and artist Alitha Martinez
  • A Shark-Girl and Sunspot team-up by writers Raphael Draccon and Carolina Munhóz and artist Marcelo Costa
  • Firebird's return to the Avengers by writer Kalinda Vazquez and artist Alba Glez
  • An adventure through dimensions featuring Straneg Academy's Eva Quintero by Juan Ponce and artist Ig Guara

As of this writing, Marvel's only revealed two Comunidades covers, with a promise to unveil more the closer we get to October. Check out those two covers below; we'll be updating as more covers pop up.

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