It’s been over three years since the debut of Kamala Khan, and since 2014, Ms. Marvel has been one of Marvel’s most popular books month after month. She hasn’t been the only popular legacy hero – Jane Foster as Thor, Amadeus Cho as Hulk, Miles Morales as Spider-Man, and Sam Alexander as Nova have all been great for Marvel. For a publisher struggling with sales, legacy hero books – new faces for existing superhero names – are solid ground, so it was only a matter of time before they got their own team book.
What do Squirrel Girl, Hellcat, Batgirl of Burnside, Ms. Marvel, have in common? They are all representatives of the recent trend of mainstream comics reaching out to a young female audience. These comics are characterized by bubbly superheroes, humor, #relatable millenials, and female empowerment. This trend has been met with open arms as well as […]
She’s beauty, she’s grace, she’ll punch you in the face, and she’s hitting the shelves in her own comic March 2017. That’s right- America Chavez, the dimension-hopping latina lesbian and owner of a startling number of American flag themed clothes and accessories, is kicking her way into her own solo series. The writer (Gabby Rivera) […]