Gender Issues: Ms. Marvel

Gender Issues: Ms. Marvel By Mara Wood After a long hiatus, I’m happy to be back here at Gender Issues. Between SDCC, moving, and starting an internship, I’ve had to take a short break to get everythi... Read More...

Gender Issues: She-Hulk

Get ready for some laughs, cause we’re talking about Charles Soule’s She-Hulk today as we continue to look at Marvel’s current solo female titles. Artwork by Kevin Wada Let’s start with the basics. Jenni... Read More...

Gender Issues: Captain Marvel

It’s not everyday that we read a comic book series that has sparked a movement like Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Captain Marvel has. Since hitting stands nearly two years ago, Captain Marvel has been kicking butt and ... Read More...

Gender Issues: Black Widow

With the success of Scarlet Johansson’s performance in The Avengers, it comes as no surprise that Marvel pushed for a Black Widow solo title. Natasha was an integral part of one of the highest-grossing movies, ... Read More...

Gender Issues: Lazarus

Think about your traditional female comic book character. More likely than not, she is graceful, light on the power scale, trending towards magic/telekinetic abilities, and drop-dead gorgeous. Not the case f... Read More...

Gender Issues: She-Hulk

If you caught our first episode of The Missfits, you already know I hold She-Hulk in high esteem. Gamma radiation-powered lawyer who represents superheroes and villains… What’s not to love? Beyond her superpowe... Read More...

Gender Issues: Public Image in Comics

It’s no secret that men and women in the public sector are under scrutinized under different criteria. We can hammer out the stereotypes all day long, but, in general, we know that men are seen more as power fi... Read More...