March's 'Women of Marvel' covers in celebration of Women's History Month are a great showcase of some of the most talented artists in the business --- and hopefully a promise that these women will be overwhelmed with Marvel work in the months that follow! Thus far we've seen covers from Amanda Conner, Gurihiru, Stephanie Hans, Katie Cook, Ming Doyle, Stacey Lee, Erica Henderson, Colleen Doran, and many more. Now we can add three more names to the roster, with covers by Vanesa R. Del Rey, Sara Richard, and Marguerite Sauvage.

Del Rey provides the scary/sexy cover for Black Widow #16, Sauvage offers a blast of pop art perfection for All-New Captain America #5, and Richard conjures a blast of another kind for Deadpool #43, guest starring a Deadpoolian take on one of Squirrel Girl's unbeatable buddies.


Vanesa R. Del Rey
Marguerite Sauvage
Sara Richard


Vanesa Del Rey is the artist for Boom Studios' Hit, with writer Bryce Carlson. Sara Richard's other works include variant covers for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and the upcoming Jem series from IDW. Marguerite Sauvage is already garnering attention for covers at Marvel and DC, and her fashion-forward Wonder Woman story for Sensation Comics.