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.
No matter if you’re a DC Comics fan or more into Marvel, there is always going to character names that sound similar. In the first edition of our collection of lists, we’re going to explore all the different characters named ‘Bruce’…
She’s the first female superhero in DC Comics, but Diana Prince’s Wonder Woman is so much more than a female in a leotard. The heroine has the strength of a god and the heart of an Amazon.
Marvel THEORY: Could One Of Spider-Man’s Nearest And Dearest End Up In The Firing Line Of Newest Villain?
The currently untitled Spider-Man 3 has been pushed back to November 2021, due to the unforeseen COVID019 crisis. However, that hasn’t stopped people from speculating what’s next for our favourite web-slinging Avenger. Though, does that mean one of his closest allies will find themselves in the firing line?
She’s the super spy that has spent much of her time in the MCU as a side character. However, Black Widow has shown she is just as much an Avenger as her male counterparts.
There’s a new rumour floating around that there might be more to Yelena Belova than originally thought when she makes her MCU debut in this year’s Black Widow…
Natasha Romanov’s story might be over, but there’s more to her cinematic journey than you might think…
She comes from a famous lineage of Kryptonian heroes, but Supergirl is more than the Man of Steel’s cousin. She’s a powerhouse all in her own right.
She’s got a squirrel as a best friend and she’s full of life! Yep, we’re talking about the unbeatable Squirrel Girl!
It was the SuperBowl over the weekend and that means trailers for upcoming projects. That includes the upcoming MCU television series.
As the final article in our Birds of prey coverage, we’re covering the policewoman who had a romance with Batwoman in the comics, Renee Montoya.
She’s one of a long list of Cassandras in DC Comics. Cassandra Cain is known as a lot of things, but this year, she’ll be making her big screen debut in Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).
Continuing on with our coverage of the upcoming Birds of Prey film, we’re going to be covering the Helena Bertinelli version of Huntress.
She’s the daughter of the OG Black Canary, but there’s so much to Dinah Lance than meets the eye. Get to know her before the release of The Birds of Prey movie. The daughter of the original Black Canary Dinah Drake, Dinah Lance is the frequent partner of Green Arrow and a metahuman in her …
Is she an antihero? Is she a hero? Perhaps she’s a villain. We don’t really know when it comes to the unpredictability that is Harley Quinn. To celebrate the upcoming Birds of Prey movie, we dive into the mind of Joker’s on-off girlfriend.
This year has been huge for Marvel. All three of their films have reached $1Billion at the box office. Let’s look back in retrospective fashion at the heroes who made their Avengers debuts in Avengers: Endgame.
As Marvel moves into its fourth phrase, we’ve learned in recent months that Loki would get his own show. What exactly happens though if there was a female version of him? How much chaos would that cause?