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Marvel Meow and Deadpool: Samurai English Volumes on the Way

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Marvel and Viz announced that it will begin releasing new manga series outside Japan. So far, three have been announced. The first to appear will be Nao Fuji’s Marvel Meow, which will appear on October 12, 2021. The second will be Sanshirou Kasama and Hikaru Uesugi’s Deadpool: Samurai English manga will appear in February 2022. The third series will be Kazuki Takahashi’s Secret Reverse.

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Marvel Meow is already available in Japan. Each comic stars Chewie, Captain Marvel’s cat, and other heroes and villains from the Marvel universe. In each one, Chewie acts like a normal cat while people like Captain Marvel, Spider-Man, and Wolverine try to fight or go about their daily lives.

Here’s the cover for that volume.

Marvel Meow cover

And here is one of the comics to give you an idea of what to expect.

As for Deadpool: Samurai, it began as a one-off comic for Marvel x Shonen Jump+ Super Collaboration in 2019. It since ended up becoming a regular series, with digital chapters in Jump+ passing one million views for some chapters. The first Deadpool: Samurai English volume will show up next year.

Likewise, Secret Reverse debuted in the 2019 collaboration alongside Deadpool: Samurai. This series follows Iron Man and Spider-Man dealing with a villain at a con.

Marvel Meow will launch on October 12, 2021, and pre-orders are open at Amazon.

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