Marvel is Giving the Queer Community Its Due

Marvel Comics is taking more and more risks with their titles. Due to more female-led comics and people of color heading their own series, diversity has become a priority for the comic book publisher. For too long the queer community has had to take a backseat in comic books to the straight heteronormative characters such as Captain America, Iron Man, Daredevil, and many more. Now is the time to rejoice and celebrate as we begin to see ourselves up-front and center.

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The Women of Marvel Are Taking Over

Marvel recently announced that She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters) will headline her own title comic once again, this time without the feminizing pronoun. This Summer’s Civil War II event has had some devastating outcomes, one being the death of Dr. Bruce Banner AKA The Hulk. And there is no one better to take on the mantle than badass lawyer, Jennifer Walters. With this change, Marvel makes it abundantly clear that women are an equal force to be reckoned with. Read More!

She-Hulk’s Case of Mistaken Identity

All was going well in the life of Jennifer Walters, or so she thought. One chance-visit from her cousin, Bruce Banner, paired with a drive-by shooting led her to become She-Hulk. With her newly acquired misfortune, she will attempt to thwart criminals who escape the hands of justice. In the second issue of The Savage She-Hulk, Jennifer loses more than just her temper. Read More!

Introducing the Savage She-Hulk!

The Marvel cinematic universe has done a great job of bringing forward characters that aren’t always mainstream-popular. However, one has yet to make an appearance: She-Hulk, created by Stan Lee and John Buscema in 1980. The Savage She-Hulk became one of Marvel’s first solo series starring a woman, which lent a hand at showing women as more than just fashion-focused and man-crazed. She can hold her own in a fight, and she’s going to prove it! Read More!

Comixology Unlimited: You’re Welcome

This year I decided to take a HUGE dive into the comic book world. In the past, I had read a few comics here and there, but always felt the stories were a little too confusing. I have put my fears aside and have been enjoying the worlds I’ve discovered. Comixology, an online source for comic books, has just released Comixology Unlimited, and I couldn’t be more excited.

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