March is Women’s History Month and for the comic book industry that means it is Women In Comics Month. As a companion piece to my editorial Why We Need Women in Comics Month (http://majorspoilers.com/2016/03/14/editorial-need-women-comics-month/), I present you with my Top 5 Current Comics Starring Women.
This past weekend Marvel Comics’ Ms. Marvel, by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona, won the second annual Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics, presented at Long Beach Comic Expo in Long Beach, California.
Big congratulations to Marvel, G. Willow Wilson, and Adrian Alphona for bringing home the top prize in the Best Series category for their work on Ms. Marvel.
ComiXology recently held a huge Marvel comics sale through its digital comics service. The two for one deal allowed fans to buy anything they wanted, and what readers wanted was female super heroes!
With Daredevil poised to hit Netflix and Marvel poised to develop their streaming properties there are lot of exciting possibilities for characters and teams to come to the small screen that didn’t exist even two year ago. With that in mind, Major Spoilers humbly present you with Top 5 Comic Properties Marvel Needs to Develop for Netflix: #5. HEROES FOR HIRE “But, there’s going to be a Defenders series!” Sure, that’s awesomely well and good, but imagine this as the first team-up between Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Jessica Jones, very street level and using Jessica’s office they create
Press Release The skies grow dark and the end is nigh. Everything they know is about to come to an end. Fledgling heroes, soldiers and beings of pure cosmic energy alike face the end this June. And there is no coming back. Today, Marvel is pleased to present the first issues of four blockbuster LAST DAYS stories, leading in to the highly-anticipated Secret Wars. Beginning in June, be there as these heroes face their final hours and the obliteration of the Marvel Universe!
Recently in San Francisco, California a group of questionable moral status known as the Freedom Defence Initiative purchased ad space in order to spread anti-Muslim sentiment across the city. These hateful ads appeared on public buses across the city, which in the past has been famed for its liberal attitude and a few well-known comic shops. Awesomely, an anonymous activist fought back against these hate-fueled adverts by putting up graffiti images of Kamala Khan a.k.a. Ms. Marvel. Kamala is a Muslim-American who actively practices her faith co-created and penned by G. Willow Wilson (who also happens to be a practicing