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Ms. Marvel

  1. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Comixology’s Recent Marvel Sale Boasted 7 Out of 10 Female-Led Titles in the Top 10

    Last month, digital comics retailer Comixology did a buy one, get one free sale for any and all Marvel titles. Who made the top 10? Hint: it wasn't Wolverine.

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  2. Marvel Favorite Kamala Khan Gets Her Video Game Debut And You Should be Excited

    Kamala Khan, the new Ms. Marvel, has become a favorite in the comic book world since she was announced in November 2013, praised for sparking the important conversation about diversity and representation. That's why it's no surprise that we're excited about Kamala's first step into the world of games in Marvel's free-to-play match-3 adventure game Marvel Puzzle Quest!

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  3. Marvel Reveals First Look at Post-Secret Wars Avengers Team Including New Thor & Ms. Marvel

    The new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, new, Avengers!

    Our first shadowy look at Marvel's "All-New, All-Different Avengers" has been released, and two of our favorite players are involved!

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  4. Are DC & Marvel Placating a “Vocal Minority” of Fans With Practical Female Character Costumes?

    Apparently creator Erik Larsen thinks so. Here we go again...

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  5. Marvel Announces “Last Days” Arc For Ms Marvel

    It's not what you think it is.

    Let's get this out of the way: don't worry, excitable Kamala Khan fans. "Last Days" is just the name of an upcoming mini-event specific to the Marvel Universe that will lead in to Secret War, and Ms Marvel isn't actually going anywhere. It'll all be okay. Deeeeep breaths.

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  6. Ms Marvel, Shaft, And Others Nominated for the Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity

    Look, it's a list of your new favorite comics!

    As the mind behind the Static Shock TV series and the writer of over a dozen comic titles, Eisner Award-winning Dwayne McDuffie was an inspiration to many in the industry and an champion of diversity in comics. To honor his legacy, the first ever Dwayne McDuffie Award will soon be awarded to a title that represents inclusiveness and diversity. Believe me, you're going to want to check these finalists out.

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  7. Pull It Together: Bitch Planet Backstory, Ms. Marvel Valentines Special, and the End of She-Hulk

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list; it’s about what could be on yours!

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Hugh Jackman Geeks Out Over Marvel’s Spider-Man News

    "Wow. Wow. Wow."

    Spider-Fan, Spider-Fan.

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  9. Pay Attention, Marvel, Selma‘s Ava DuVernay is Open to Doing a Superhero Film

    Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes.

    Ava DuVernay admits she's not expecting a call from Marvel, and even if she got one she'd have to start by even figuring out who Marvel's characters are. But which would you rather have: someone who loves examining heroes and myths and can admit they have things to learn, or somebody who is totally fine with being the world builder of a superhero universe while seeming dismissive of nerds, confused about character origins, and puzzled by the idea of self-sacrificing heroes?

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  10. Joss Whedon Comes Down Hard On The “Genuine, Recalcitrant, Intractable Sexism” In Comic Book Movies

    Tell 'em, Joss.

    In a conversation with Digital Spy on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, two months before the Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel movie announcements, Whedon said the lack of female-led superhero films were inexcusable, and encouraged Marvel to take the lead on lady superhero films.

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  11. Racist, Anti-Islamic San Francisco Bus Ads Have Been Awesomely Defaced With Kamala Khan

    EMBIGGEN!

    Some of San Francisco's buses are currently plastered with a series of Islamophobic "ads" that were paid for by the Freedom Defense Initiative, an anti-Islamic organization that has been labeled a hate group by the government of the United Kingdom. Some of San Francisco's citizens have edited some of those ads in a pretty awesome way.

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Robots Are Not Better at Playing Soccer Than You

    GOOOOOOOOOO-bots.

    Were you picked last in gym class every year? Doesn't matter. You're at least as coordinated than this entire team of NAO bots from the 20120 Robocoup in Singapore.

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  13. Pull It Together: Rat Queens, Star Wars, and Ms. Marvel in SHIELD!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Rat Queens reveals a trans character! Star Wars returns to Marvel! Ms. Marvel joins SHIELD! And, you know, pre-order previews.

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  14. Interview: Unbeatable Squirrel Girl’s Ryan North Talks Nuts, Fighting Galactus, & Hazelnut Lip-smacking

    The all-ages friendly comic is in stores today!

    The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, in stores and available digitally today, is being written by Ryan North (Adventure Time, Original Sins) with art by Erica Henderson (Bravest Warriors, Subatomic Party Girls). Just before the launch of the book, I email interviewed the dinosaur-loving (purely platonic) North for The Mary Sue. Find out what he had to say!

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  15. Pull it Together: 2014′s 10 Entirely Subjective Best Moments in Comics

    I said "entirely subjective," so now I don't want to hear any "what about—"s in the comments!

    Welcome to a special New Years edition of Pull It Together, where I will almost not even be telling you what comics come out this week.

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  16. From Diana To Danvers: What Can We Expect From The New Female-Led Comic Movies?

    It’s the dawning of the age of the superheroine. With comics like the new Ms. Marvel, starring the kick-ass Kamala Khan, making bold and potent statements, it’s not surprising that the movie moguls are taking notice. Shortly after the Wonder Woman movie was chalked up on DC’s slate for a 2017 release, Captain Marvel was announced for the following year. Both, it seemed, had been waiting for the other to step out onto the dance floor.

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  17. Kamala Khan As The New Spider-Man: Why Captain America 3 Should Feature Ms. Marvel

    Yeah. We went there.

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  18. Why Kamala Khan Is The Most Important Superhero In The World

    Kamala Korps represent!

    When we think of superheroes, we think of strong, foreboding figures who have otherwordly control over themselves and their element in other to fight the good fight. What we don't think of are insecure teenagers from an ethnic minority who are just as obsessed with heroes as we are and who, when given their powers, struggle with the notion that they are now the thing that they hold so dearly.

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  19. Things We Saw Today: This Karate Cat Shirt Is Very Important

    Very.

    Thank you, Zumiez. Thank you.

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  20. The Mary Sue’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 1: Books!

    The original nerd gift.

    It's December 1st... do you know where your holiday shopping list is? No? Well, we're going to be helping you out there all week, starting with the nerdiest gift of all: books. Here are some mighty tomes that have come out this year that we think your loved ones would be lucky to get.

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