For all their missteps in representation, though, major comic publishers are making big strides forward. Marvel in particular has a huge range of female-led titles at the moment: Thor! Spider-Gwen! Elektra! Black Widow! Gamora! Silk and Storm feature women of color; Angela: Asgard’s Assassin has a trans woman in a major role. Also hugely important is the fact that many of these female-led comics have women on their creative teams, since diversity only *truly matters* if changes are occurring both in front and behind the page. That’s to say nothing of the fact that all those comics are being spearheaded by IRL superhero Sana Amanat, Marvel’s new Director of Content and Character Development.
New York, New York
I have been in the publishing industry for the past nine years. Currently, I’m Director of Content & Character Development at Marvel Entertainment, developing and managing creative content for the company’s various publishing lines. My credits include Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, Elektra and Hawkeye. Most recently, I co-created the first solo series to feature a Muslim female super hero, Ms. Marvel, which gained worldwide media attention, sparking excitement and dialogue about identity and the Muslim American struggle. I also serve as a Young Leadership Committee board member at the Seeds of Peace, an organization that promotes the empowerment of youth in regions of conflict.
A Feminist Ranking of Female Superheroes
Feminist world wide, It must suck to be you. The only thing men cannot do better than women is give birth. As a matter of fact we don’t give birth at all. That’ll never change no matter what technology you can wish from ((perverted minds))).
The best you can hope for is a test tube and birth chamber that won’t stretch your pussy hats out of shape.
Men Are Even Better At Being A Friggin Woman
One day after celebrating his 66th birthday, Bruce Jenner was announced as one of Glamour’s Women of the Year on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2016.