From 1940’s Fantomeh to She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the female body in superhero comics exists only as the sensational and the savage.
Between Iron Man and Avengers: Endgame, Marvel took the concept of the ‘Mytharc’ to incredible heights.
“This isn’t love.” The words – and the plight of Marvel’s Gamora and Nebula – will resonate with anyone who grew up in an abusive home.
Thor: Ragnarok transformed Chris Hemsworth’s Mightiest Avenger with Taika Waititi’s trademark comedy, but does funnier mean better?
Marvel’s Loki traded in one of the most unsavory of science fiction tropes: the sexualized doppelganger.
In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Spider-Man: No Way Home, the multiverse has gone from fringe science to box office gold.
How Kate Bishop, Black Widow, and Shang-Chi explore platonic love – and what heteros can learn from the queerplatonic.
How close is real-world science to replicating Tony Stark’s Iron Man technology?
From Thor: Ragnorok to Black Widow, Marvel treats female rage as a patriarchal plaything.