In last week's issue of Marguerite Benett's new ongoing Angela: Queen of Hel, Angela's long-suspected relationship with her companion Sera was gloriously confirmed (see awesome smooching, above).Read More
Featuring a trans woman of color side-kick, and kick-assery.
It’s comforting to know that whatever happens to Angela post-Secret Wars, however she may fare in 1602, she got a fantastic arc in Angela: Asgard’s Assassin.Read More
Marvel Ending 33 Comics Post-Secret Wars, Including Captain Marvel, Thor, And Angela: Asgard’s Assassin
WHAT CAPTAIN MARVEL NO STAY DON'T GO
Marvel is merging all of its universes into one big mish-mash called Battleworld in this May's Secret Wars event - but it looks like not all current comics are going to make it out the other end alive, including several of our current faves. Sad. Face.Read More
Hooray for representation!
Angela: Asgard's Assassin is one of my favorite comics of moment, with two kick-ass female leads and no shortage of Asgardian humor. Currently, A:AA is being co-written by Kieron Gillen and Marguerite Bennett, with art by Phil Jimenez and Stephanie Hans. It focuses on Thor and Loki's long-lost sister, Angela, who was raised by the Angels, and has been causing all sorts of trouble now that she's back in our worlds.Read More
There's a lot of great news coming down the pike for Marvel fans, and not just the stuff we've been hearing about all the upcoming movies and TV shows, either. Strap in, nerds!Read More
The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: BOOM! Studios’ Sleepy Hollow and Butterfly Writer Marguerite Bennett
Two comics we don't want to (axe) dodge.
Just pre-order BOOM! Studios' Sleepy Hollow comic, then come back and read this interview with writer Marguerite Bennett, in which she also talks about Earth 2, Angela: Asgard's Assassin, and BOOM!'s Butterfly. It's OK. I'll wait.Read More