Buried in some PR for their upcoming November title, Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices last week, was the news that one of their newly introduced characters would be getting her own solo series next year. The press release celebrated a variant cover for the title by Native American artist Jeffrey Veregge depicting Kushala, aka. Demon Rider.
Kushala, Sorcerer Supreme and Ghost Rider of the mid-1800s, returns on a new cover for "Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices" #1!
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) October 21, 2020
The Apache woman named Kushala made her debut in 2016’s mini-series Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme. She was not only the Ghost Rider of the mid-1800s — possessed by the Spirit of Vengeance — but also that period’s Sorcerer Supreme. Tucked into the news of the variant cover was the word of her upcoming series:
As her origins were revealed, the character’s story added new depth to both the mythologies of the Spirit of Vengeance and the Mystic Arts. And fans will get to learn even more about Kushala in an exhilarating new solo comic series coming in 2021!
No creative team was announced for the series, nor when we can expect to see it besides the year though. Hopefully we’ll hear more soon.