Nothing says comic book heroes quite like Marvel. In this section of Project: Fangirl, we’ll be covering the female heroes and villains of Marvel with Super of the Week: Marvel. This section is the sister to the upcoming Super of the Week: DC Comics page.
We’ll be covering every aspect of the females within the Marvel universe from character breakdowns to mapping out their past lives. Beginning with Gwen Stacy, the characters will receive a deep analysis into their lives in the comics. The series won’t just cover the heroes. We’ll also be covering the female villains from time to time. We won’t be posting about Marvel characters every week. There will be an alternation between Marvel and DC characters from week to week.
Super of the Week: Marvel was started as the first half of a series to shine a light on female supers. The characters covered here are both familiar and forgotten characters within Marvel media. Project: Fangirl does not have any affiliation to Marvel in any way, shape, or form. This series exists as a fan blogging project only. We will
Be sure to check to back to the blog each Tuesday for a new hero analysis.
She’s the mutant who’s best known for her red hair and her relationship with Cyclops, however she’s been though a lot in her life. She’s died several times, lost the love of her life to her ‘clone’ and she’s flirted with danger while trying to avoid Wolverine’s advantages. Jean Grey is not your typical mutant badass. She has a dual personality and a powerful one at that. She’s a hero!
She’s the matriarch of the royal family of Wakanda, but there’s so much more to to Queen Mother Ramonda than what you may think