SILVER SABLE AND THE POWER PACK makes its comeback with issue #36 for Marvel Legacy . This one-shot, written by Christa Faust with art by Paulo Siqueira , sees the Symkarian soldier held hostage by a group of terrorists. Without any equipment—or any backup—Sable has no choice but to hearken back to the old days to make sure she gets out alive. Quite the silver anniversary for a book that originally debuted 25 years ago.

We reached out to Faust to hear about writing her first Marvel book, how she made the transition into comics, and what character she’d love to scribe next!

Christa Faust: I had this semi-autobiographical project called “Peepland,” set in Times Square in the late ‘80s, and I’d been tinkering with for nearly 10 years. It was a very visual story about a world that no longer exists and I knew it needed to be told in a visual medium. I talked about it with my fellow crime writer Gary Phillips, who has written a lot of comics, and I asked him what he thought about maybe pitching it as a comic. Not only did he love the idea, he ended up collaborating with me. Then we found out that my crime publisher wanted to expand into comics, and everything fell into place.

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SILVER SABLE AND THE POWER PACK makes its comeback with issue #36 for Marvel Legacy . This one-shot, written by Christa Faust with art by Paulo Siqueira , sees the Symkarian soldier held hostage by a group of terrorists. Without any equipment—or any backup—Sable has no choice but to hearken back to the old days to make sure she gets out alive. Quite the silver anniversary for a book that originally debuted 25 years ago.

We reached out to Faust to hear about writing her first Marvel book, how she made the transition into comics, and what character she’d love to scribe next!

Christa Faust: I had this semi-autobiographical project called “Peepland,” set in Times Square in the late ‘80s, and I’d been tinkering with for nearly 10 years. It was a very visual story about a world that no longer exists and I knew it needed to be told in a visual medium. I talked about it with my fellow crime writer Gary Phillips, who has written a lot of comics, and I asked him what he thought about maybe pitching it as a comic. Not only did he love the idea, he ended up collaborating with me. Then we found out that my crime publisher wanted to expand into comics, and everything fell into place.

SILVER SABLE AND THE POWER PACK makes its comeback with issue #36 for Marvel Legacy . This one-shot, written by Christa Faust with art by Paulo Siqueira , sees the Symkarian soldier held hostage by a group of terrorists. Without any equipment—or any backup—Sable has no choice but to hearken back to the old days to make sure she gets out alive. Quite the silver anniversary for a book that originally debuted 25 years ago.

We reached out to Faust to hear about writing her first Marvel book, how she made the transition into comics, and what character she’d love to scribe next!

Christa Faust: I had this semi-autobiographical project called “Peepland,” set in Times Square in the late ‘80s, and I’d been tinkering with for nearly 10 years. It was a very visual story about a world that no longer exists and I knew it needed to be told in a visual medium. I talked about it with my fellow crime writer Gary Phillips, who has written a lot of comics, and I asked him what he thought about maybe pitching it as a comic. Not only did he love the idea, he ended up collaborating with me. Then we found out that my crime publisher wanted to expand into comics, and everything fell into place.

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A group of Symkarian Eurocentric identitarian nationalists — excuse me, I mean freaking Symkarian Nazis, because that’s what they are and what that list of identifiers generally amounts to — have taken a group of immigrants hostage upon a boat. The Nazis want another of their movement released; otherwise, they will begin killing their hostages.

Unfortunately for them, Silver Sable has been given an assignment to assassinate a member of their crew. However, she wants the world to still believe that she is dead and wants to slip in and out as soon as possible. Will she help the hostages, or will she abandon them to their Nazi captors?

This issue is refreshing for a number of reasons. Firstly, it is a tight and focused narrative with a clear arc for the main characters involved, namely Silver Sable herself and one of the Symkarian Nazis who is unsure of her choices.

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