Marvel Adds Alyssa Wong, Alti Firmansyah, and Marguerite Sauvage to Fearless #3 and #4

Following news last week that Marvel added writers Zoe Quinn, Trina Robbins, and Tini Howard to the creative teams of Fearless #3 and Fearless #4, now we know some more of the artists who will work on stories for the books. In a press release on Marvel.com, Marvel announced artists Alti Firmansyah, and Marguerite Sauvage for the two issues. Additionally, writer Alyssa Wong will be writing a Jubilee story in Fearless #3, with Firmansyah handling the art on that one.

Marvel’s female-driven anthology series FEARLESS continues to be a fierce force! FEARLESS #2 goes on sale Wednesday, August 21, and now Marvel can announce three new members of the stellar creative team working on upcoming issues: Award-winning writer Alyssa Wong and artist Alti Firmansyah (X-MEN ’92) will team up for a Jubilee story in FEARLESS #3, on sale Wednesday, September 25! Artist Marguerite Sauvage will also draw the pages written by comics “herstorian” Trina Robbins in FEARLESS #4, out Wednesday, October 23.

Wong, Firmansyah, and Sauvage join a growing group of female creators working on FEARLESS including Seanan McGuire, Claire Roe, Rachelle Rosenberg, Leah Williams, Kelly Thompson, Karla Pacheco, Eve Ewing, and more. Stay tuned to Marvel.com to find out who’s coming on board next!

FEARLESS #2, written by Seanan McGuire, Karla Pacheco, and Eve Ewing with art by Claire Roe, Iolanda Zanfardino, Alitha Martinez, and Rachelle Rosenberg (colors), goes on sale Wednesday, August 21 online and at your local comic shop — reserve your copy today!

The press release also had quotes from Wong about the Jubilee story:

I’m stoked to be part of FEARLESS! I’m writing a story about teenage Jubilee, social media, and being open about your identity, and how that contrasts with the experiences of older mutants having to hide their powers. Jubilee is an Asian-American icon, and she’s a really fun character with bright, fun powers. I’m excited to have the chance to write her for this anthology, and to work on this story with Alti! I love that FEARLESS is a celebration of our work and the value, richness, and power that our stories bring to the table.

And from Firmansyah:

We all went through adolescence — periods of searching for self-identity and how sometimes we’re not ashamed to brag about it in public. Through Jubilee’s expressions and actions, I got the chance to draw that particular teenage phase in FEARLESS #3. How proud and amazed I am to be involved in this amazing Marvel ‘herstory’ moment and to be among great women in comic industry.

Fearless #2 is in stores tomorrow — see a preview here.

FEARLESS #3 (OF 4)
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(W) Seanan McGuire, Zoe Quinn (A) Claire Roe, More (CA) Yasmin Putri
YOUR FAVORITE HEROINES UNITE FOR ACTION-PACKED ADVENTURE!
NOW A FOUR ISSUE SERIES!
Alien invasion at a summer camp for young girls? You know who to call. Captain Marvel is on her way – and she won’t be alone. Some of Marvel’s biggest heroes unite for the battle of the season! Then, a new mystery puts Patsy Walker – a.k.a. Hellcat – on the prowl! And don’t miss your dose of Herstory with profiles on classic and contemporary creators!
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 25, 2019
Final Orders Due: Sep 02, 2019
SRP: $4.99

Marvel Adds Alyssa Wong, Alti Firmansyah, and Marguerite Sauvage to Fearless #3 and #4

FEARLESS #4 (OF 4)
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(W) Seanan McGuire, More (A) Claire Roe, More (CA) Yasmin Putri
MS. MARVEL’S HERE TO SAVE THE DAY!
She may be one of the youngest Avengers ever, but don’t underestimate the protector of Jersey City. Kamala Khan teams up with Captain Marvel, Storm and Invisible Woman for the summer camp save of the century! Then, classic character Namora takes center stage in the ultimate beach read! And don’t miss your dose of Herstory with profiles on classic and contemporary creators!
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 23, 2019
SRP: $4.99

Marvel Adds Alyssa Wong, Alti Firmansyah, and Marguerite Sauvage to Fearless #3 and #4

 

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