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Captain Marvel: To be a heroine

It’s a long way from standard damsel-in-distress to the heroine of a comic series and upcoming movie. Carol Danvers’ story begins with Captain Marvel rescuing her in standard super-hero fashion, but then she becomes the hero(ine) of her story, becoming Captain Marvel herself. 1,475 more words


PRESS: In Iran the Wait is Over

These portraits tell us that this new generation . . . are not interested in waiting. They are here, they are true, and they are defining the future.” Tabriz-based sketcher Sepehr Mesri draws the faces of his inspiring friends: young artists, musicians, photographers, and more living and working in Iran. 17 more words


L'efecte Jessica Jones

Les superheroïnes arriben a la televisió. I la que aquesta temporada ho ha fet amb més força és el personatge de Marvel Jessica Jones, protagonista de l’últim èxit de  424 more words


'Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur' Bears Striking Similarities to 'Fight Like a Girl'

Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 by Brandon Montclare, Amy Reeder, and Natacha Bustos hits stands today. While I’m always excited by more diversity on the page and behind the scenes (Lunella, aka Moon Girl, is a new young woman of color character and the book boasts three women creators including Reeder as co-writer, Bustos on art, and Tamra Bonvillain providing colors), I’m rather concerned about Lunella’s visual similarities to  469 more words


Supergirl: Setting Straight Gender Imbalance in the World of Superheroes

Supergirl premieres tonight, Monday, October 26, on CBS, at 8:30 p.m.


Supergirl, a.k.a. Kara Zor-El, is the cousin of Superman. Both are creations of DC comics. 713 more words

Female Superheroes