10 female Marvel characters who deserve their own comics

The Marvel Universe in the comics is huge, with hundreds of incredible female characters. Some of them, like Black Widow, Crystal, Spider-Woman and She-Hulk had solo series from the beginning, but this is not the standard for all.

Check now 10 heroines who deserve to have their own comic books.

10. Height

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Cassie Lang is the daughter of Ant-Man and, like her father, manages to increase and decrease in size. Known as Estatura, the heroine began her career in the Young Avengers.

Currently, she is wearing a new costume and fighting side by side with her father. Always represented on someone’s team, the character deserved to have her own series.

9. Echo

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Maya Lopez, also known as Eco, is about to make her MCU appearance in the series Archer hawk (Hawkeye).

In the comics, the heroine first appeared in Daredevil Volume 2 # 9, was one of the hostesses of Força Fênix and joined the group As Daughters of Liberty. A solo magazine would be important for new fans to get to know it better.

8. Agent 13

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Agent 13, or Sharon Carter, is one of Marvel’s best comic book spies, usually working alongside Steve Rogers. With the character gaining more prominence thanks to the series Falcon and the Winter Soldier, now would be a good time for her to have her first solo series.

7. Magic

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Illyana Rasputin was first introduced as the youngest sister of Colossus. Later she becomes the Magic mutant, capable of teleporting.

Over the years, the heroine has gained prominence for her appearance in various comics and in the film The New Mutants. A solo magazine would be excellent for developing the character away from the X-Men.

6. Misty Knight

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Misty Knight started in the comics as a police officer who soon became a private investigator. She also joined the Rental Heroes alongside Luke Cage, Danny Rand and Colleen Wing.

Another important moment of the heroine in the Marvel Universe was her partnership with Sam Wilson while he was Captain America. She is currently a member of The Daughters of Liberty group.

Because of her career and development in the magazines, the character would be a perfect candidate for her own series.

5. Clea

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Clea is one of the first witches in the Marvel Universe, appearing for the first time in Strange Tales Volume 1 # 126. For much of her history, she was a partner and romantic interest for Doctor Strange. The character is also the daughter of Umar, a villain from the Black Dimension.

Developing a solo comic for Clea would give her a chance to step out of Doctor Strange’s shadows and explore her family relationships.

4. Snow Guard

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Amka Alyak is one of Marvel’s latest heroines. She was first introduced in the comics of the group The Champions and has stayed there ever since. As its origin story has not been explored very well, it would be interesting to see this happen in your own magazine.

3. Spectrum

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Spectrum is the heroine name of Monica Rambeau. The character is becoming more and more known thanks to her appearances in the film Captain Marvel and on the show WandaVision.

Monica was once the leader of the Avengers and even assumed the mantle of Captain Marvel for a while. She has even received a series of two editions in the comics, but that was decades ago.

2. Polaris

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Lorna Dane is Magneto’s daughter, has powers similar to him and was one of the first women to join the X-Men. Giving her a solo series would be a great way to consolidate her as one of the most important female mutants.

1. Wasp

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Although his successor, Nadia van Dyne, has already had his own magazine, the original Vespa, Janet van Dyne, has not yet gained this prominence.

One of the first heroines of the Marvel Universe, the character has appeared and starred in several comics, but never had a solo series to receive the deserved relevance.

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