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Marvel Comics

  1. The Political Economy of the Mysteriously Missing Black Widow

    #WheresNatasha?

    As readers of the Mary Sue, you’re probably familiar with the lack of equal representation in the comic world as well as film adaptations. There’s been a flurry of activity over the recently released Avengers: Age of Ultron and how Disney-Marvel has handled Black Widow merchandise, including an awesome takedown by a former Marvel employee on this very site. I, too, am upset by the lack of intertextual representation for Black Widow––but I’m not surprised.

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  2. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel and Chat

    Lady Kate Bishop of 1602 takes from the rich and gives to the poor.

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week—and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who‘s Eleventh Doctor In Funko Form!

    Finally, I can take Eleven home with me! Erm.... *blushes*

    At long last, my Doctor is available in Funko Pop! form! Here's the Doctor Who Eleventh Doctor Pop! vinyl figure, now available on sale at the HotTopic website in this exclusive pre-release!

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  4. WeLoveFine’s Awesome Spider-Gwen Collection Hits the Jackpot

    ♫ Spider-Leth, Spider-Leth ♫

    WeLoveFine's Spider-Gwen line just became available for pre-order, and holy heck is it bad-ass.

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  5. Marvel Science! An Astrophysicist Tries to Explain the Plausibility of Multiple Universes

    This is heavy.

    I, for one, can't wait to meet one of my alternate selves. Particularly the "good" one. Muahahahahahaha!

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  6. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: G. Willow Wilson’s Ms. Marvel #16

    We're huge Kamala Khan fans here at The Mary Sue so we're especially happy to share with you our latest Marvel exclusive -- G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel #16.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: GWENPOOL

    Marvel's Spider-Gwen variants keep getting better and better. This one is for Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars #2, by Bobby Rubio. (via Newsarama)

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  8. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel and Chat

    A-FORCE! A-FORCE! A-FORCE!

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week—and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  9. Preview: Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #1

    Assemble!

    Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps will be flying onto shelves this June, and in the meantime we've got a preview as well as several variants to get you hype.

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  10. Marvel’s Spider-Ladies Join Secret Wars With New “Last Days” Books

    Hang in there, gals! Ha ha ha. Ha.

    We're well into Marvel's Secret Wars event now, in which both of their major universes are colliding and causing all sorts of nonsense for their ongoing series. Now, two of our favorite Spider-Gals, Spider-Woman and Silk, are joining the fray with their own "Last Days" titles.

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  11. Watch the Black Widow Title Sequence for the Black Widow Movie You’ve Always Wanted

    Meep.

    Christopher Haley just shared something magical with us. He decided to create a Black Widow movie title sequence for his After Effects class final project. It is everything we've always wanted. Well, except for the movie being real.

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  12. Marvel A-Force Writer G. Willow Wilson Takes Issue with Jill Lepore’s New Yorker Op-Ed Calling Her Heroes “Porn Stars”

    So I was the last person on the internet to find out about this little op-ed by Jill Lepore. When Harvard professors are throwing shade on you from the rarified heights of the New Yorker, you have officially arrived in life, or at least in comics. So I was rather chuffed by this piece, though I do want to respond to some of the points raised, because they tie into some of the broader conversations we’ve been having lately in the comics community. I’d like to give a shout-out to Valkyrie Leia Cal

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  13. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel and Chat

    WE FINALLY LEARN LADY THOR'S SECRET IDENTITY.

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week—and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  14. Marvel’s Groot #1 Preview & Variant Covers Feature Space-Sharks, Rocket, and Spider-Gwen

    Gwoot.

    Groot Groot Groot Groot, Groot Groot Groot. Groot.

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  15. Spider-Gwen Is Taking Over All Of Marvel’s Covers And It’s Stugwendous

    Gwenom. The InGwenible Hulk. The Mighty AGwengers. G.W.E.N.D.O.K.

    Gwen Stacy is taking over twenty different Marvel comics next month with her own series of cosplay-esque variant covers! She's taking on the personas of all your favorite heroes, drawn by some rad folks - and they've even teased a "Brian Michael Gwendis" cover from Chip Zdarsky.

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  16. Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. – Marvel’s Vision, Son of Ultron

    The Android Avenger's Apparel!

    Thanks to the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, much of the world now understands the same thing I learned as a child: the Vision is cool.

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  17. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel and Chat

    THE SECOND RAT QUEENS TRADE IS FINALLY HERE.

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week—and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  18. What Does Reed Richards’ Changing Bio Reveal About Fantastic Four?

    Was this explanation for his powers a bit of a STRETCH? (See what I did there?)

    We all know that The Fantastic Four's Reed Richards is the stretchy guy. And readers of Marvel's Fantastic Four comics might not really care or think too hard about how that stretchy power actually works. As with most superhero origin stories, the science is often iffy - but as it's not really the point, we're often totally cool with Radioactive substance? Cosmic rays from space? Exposure to toxins? Sure, whatever. GET TO THE HERO-ING!

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  19. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Marvel’s The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #5

    And you thought Captain Marvel punching a shark was cool looking. Wait til you get a load of this Unbeatable Squirrel Girl preview Marvel gave us!

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  20. Review: Marvel’s Black Vortex Crossover Event Is Over, And That’s A Very Good Thing

    ”The most amazing discovery … is each other.” Did I really just read that?

    To borrow from Honest Trailers' The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies, the final third of The Black Vortex is the best installment of the event “because it finally, finally means it’s over.” Seriously, the Guardians of the Galaxy only got to spend one issue on Venom’s home planet, but their squabble with the X-Men over a vaguely powerful mirror stretched out into a 13-issue “event?” Truly, there is no justice.

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