Marvel Comics will honor Black History Month in February with a series of variant covers from artist Ernanda Souza.

“First of all, I have to say that working for Marvel is a huge dream come true. I grew up watching Marvel movies and TV shows—especially the X-Men animated series in the ’90s—and playing the whole Arcade franchise games. And to be honest, I never thought I would ever do work with them, but I’m glad to say I did,” Souza said in a press release from Marvel Comics. “As an Afro/Latin artist, it’s a big honor for me to start with the company and work on some of the characters I like and who represent the Black community. Representation with respect is always a good thing, there can never be too much. I know I can only speak for myself, but I hope I did them justice.”

Here is a list of the comics announced and some of the covers as well:

AVENGERS #42 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA
BLACK PANTHER #23 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA
KING IN BLACK: CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA
CHAMPIONS #4 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA
IRON MAN #6 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA
KING IN BLACK: RETURN OF THE VALKYRIES #3 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA
MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN #23 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA
X-MEN #18 BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER by ERNANDA SOUZA

via Marvel Comics

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