Andrew Aydin to Bring Captain America to the Civil Rights Movement in Marvel Comic Presents #3

Andrew Aydin to Bring Captain America to the Civil Rights Movement in Marvel Comic Presents #3

Posted by December 18, 2018 Comment

One of the most exciting things about Marvel’s 2019 plans is the relaunch of Marvel Comics Presents, the classic anthology series that pairs the selling power of Wolverine with the chance to tell stories that don’t fit into an ongoing series or standalone mini. Oftentimes, those stories get policital, as we’ve covered past tales where Namor gets political about pollutionSpider-Man takes a fall for animal rightsMarvel mocks a beloved Republican president, and Union Jack resists Margeret Thatcher’s England.

It looks like the relaunched series will be following in that tradition as Andrew Aydin, the co-author of the acclaimed and Eisner-winning graphic novel trilogy March with Congressman John Lewis and artist Nate Powell will be spinning a yard about Captain America set during the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s.

It seems that all of the stories in this issue take place during the 60s, part of Marvel’s Decades promotion, which should be interesting considering Marvel Time has made it so that the original Marvel Universe stories took place sometime in the early aughts.

Check out the solicitation below:

MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS #3
CHARLES SOULE, ANDREW AYDIN & MORE (W)
PAULO SIQUEIRA, DANIEL ACUNA & MORE (A)
Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS
VARIANT COVER BY TBA
“THE VIGIL” featuring Wolverine continues with part 3 in this ongoing series!
Three tales with echoes of the decade that began the Heroic Age—the swingin’ 1960s! First up, Wolverine continues his vigil, bringing him to the worst places on Earth. Then, the co-writer of the award-winning March trilogy, Andrew Aydin, pens a tale of Captain America during the Civil Rights movement. Finally, an all-new story of Marvel’s most famous son of the ’60s – Spider-Man!
Featuring a story by the co-writer of March, Andrew Aydin!
40 PGS./Rated T+ …$4.99

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(Last Updated December 18, 2018 10:44 am )

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