Images: Written by PAUL ESCHBACH, Art by E.J. SU, Cover by E.J. SU | Courtesy: Marvel
In T.E.S.T. Kitchen, Anna Ameyama is a high-end chef who decides to go out on her own with a food truck. However, when Iron Man accidentally crashlands on the truck by accident, she is offered the job of a lifetime, a position at Stark Enterprises, Marvel announced in a press release.
From chef Paul Eschbach and artist E.J. Su, Anna Ameyama will make her debut as part of the Marvel Entertainment LLC universe on 8 August on Marvel Unlimited as the star of T.E.S.T. Kitchen. As well as all the usual superhero action, each edition will include a recipe for readers to try. The first edition will include a pork katsu torta and recipe.
“As Marvel continued to expand our efforts into the culinary space—from our original Food & Comics panels at comic-cons; to developing our food-centric Eat The Universe brand, products, and content; to the culinary concepts you see at places like Avengers Campus—creating an in-universe character to be at the front of all these endeavours only made more sense,” C.B. Cebulski, editor in chief of Marvel Comics, told Bloomberg.
“A comic like T.E.S.T. Kitchen, which contains both stories and recipes, will hopefully appeal to a different kind of viewer/reader than we traditionally reach at Marvel,” he added.
Marvel’s Infinity Comics format was launched last year as a vertical format to be streamed on phones and tablets.
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