Tiger Division Features A Marvel Superheroes Team Based In South Korea

Marvel is giving the international super team Tiger Division a new limited series, with a run by Emily Kim and Creees Lee this November.

During San Diego Comic-Con’s retailer panel, the superhero team Tiger Division was announced to be getting it’s own original run. Featured in the 2021 books Taskmaster and Black Cat Annual with Felicia Hardy – both books by author Jed MacKay – the hit superhero sensations based in Korea will now get their own original story with a five-issue limited series. 

The Tiger Division comic series is created by Silk writer Emily Kim and illustrated by Marvel’s Voices: Identity artist Creees Lee. This current team-up will be the newest iteration in a long line of Marvel international superhero teams.

Already popular for its noted team leader in the nine-tailed based White Fox, along with the cryokinetic K-Pop sensation/superstar Luna Snow, Tiger Division’s team is going to be composed of seven members in total. Much like many of the other popular superhero teams in comics (i.e. the Justice League).

The revealed five additional team members are listed as follows:

  •       Taegukgi, the patriotic powerhouse with a heart of gold
  •       Lady Bright, a card-wielding and mysterious sorceress
  •       Mr. Enigma, a street-brawling demigod
  •       The General, a living totem
  •       And Gun-R II, an android with an attitude

“I’m so excited to be launching Tiger Division’s first limited series,” Kim said in a statement from Marvel’s press release. “As a lifelong fan of comics, I never thought I’d get the chance to write for an all-Korean group. Hopefully, it’s not the last and there will be many more Tiger Division stories to come.”

Issue #1 of Tiger Division will go on sale in Novermber 3rd. The series will also feature main cover artwork by artist Creees Lee. It will also feature collectible variant covers from Ron Lim, Artgerm, Junggeun Yoon, and Peach Momoko.

For more information check out Marvel.com 

Christian Angeles
Christian Angeles
Christian Angeles is a screenwriter who likes sharing stories and getting to meet people. He also listens to words on the page via audible and tries to write in ways that make people feel things. All on a laptop. Sometimes from an app on his phone.

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