Silk Gets an Ongoing Series at Marvel by Maureen Goo and Takeshi Miyazawa – #C2E2

The first new series announcement from Marvel Comics out of C2E2 is a new Silk ongoing written by Maureen Goo with art by Takeshi Miyazawa. Created by Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos, Cindy Moon's last solo ongoing ended in 2017 after running for 19 issues. The character has been co-starring in the various Agents of Atlas mini-series of late, including the newest, Atlantis Attacks. The new Silk series will launch in July, as revealed at Marvel's Artists' Extravaganza panel at the show.

This is only the beginning of the comics announcements we're expecting from C2E2 this weekend, so stay tuned.

Update, from the press release:

Written by acclaimed novelist Maurene Goo with art by all star Takeshi Miyazawa, Cindy Moon is back to working under J. Jonah Jameson, this time at Threats & Menaces. While investigating gang murders, Cindy draws some heat JJ's way—and feels pretty bad about it. So Cindy is investigating as a reporter by day, and Silk is watching over JJ and keeping an eye on things at night.

Turns out the murders are being committed by the cat demon Kasha at the behest of Saya, an international businesswoman who has ties to a major Marvel villain. Saya is closer to Silk than Cindy knows, and things are about to get extremely dangerous in both Cindy and Silk's worlds as these ruthless villains get ever closer!

"The opportunity to write a Korean American Super Hero—a woman, no less—is one that I never thought would come my way," Goo says. "I'm so excited to flex this writing muscle and to explore new stories for Silk—a character I love. Her fierceness and loyalty are qualities I understand and relate to, and I hope readers feel the same as she fights new foes and protects old friends."



Silk Gets an Ongoing Series at Marvel by Maureen Goo and Takeshi Miyazawa - #C2E2



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