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In March, Marvel Comics will highlight its women with a series of "Women of Power" variant covers from creative talent like Emanuela Lupacchino.
Sana Amanat, Judy Stephens, Adri Cowan, Ann Foley and more came together to discuss what it's like working as a woman in comics today and more.
Get the lowdown on Spider-Woman, Silk, Ms. Marvel and more as the Women of Marvel panel looks towards "Secret Wars" and beyond.
Marvel has debuted 8 of the 20 variants to be released as part of its March cover program celebrating female artists.
Highlights from Marvel's March 2015 solicitations include "Fantastic Four" drawing closer towards its finale, and a new character in "Darth Vader."
Kelly Sue DeConnick, G. Willow Wilson, Sara Pichelli and a dozen more editors, marketers and creators inspired a packed panel room on Sunday afternoon.
A new artist for "Inhuman," a new series of 100th anniversary one-shots, a new Star-Lord series and the return of "The Dark Tower" were only part of Marvel's Next Big Thing panel in Chicago.
The Women of Marvel panel at Comic-Con internationa featured industry legend Louise Simonson, editor Jeanine Schaefer, and more, plus a special message of encouragement from a surprise guest.
At the New York Comic Con's "Women Of Marvel" panel, Jeanine Schaefer, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Marjorie Liu, Sarah Pichelli and others discussed the state of women in the industry.
Marjorie Liu, Christina Strain, Louise Simonson were among the participants of Comic-Con International's Women Of Marvel panel where they discussed their work and experiences at the House of Ideas.
The final day of New York Comic Con began with the Women of Marvel panel. Grace Randolph, Colleen Coover, Christina Strain, and more spoke about breaking in, favorite titles, and how to bring more female readers into the fold.
Marvel Comics has released images from their upcoming "Women of Marvel" variant cover initiative running throughout the month of August, featuring art by Stuart Immonen, Salvador LaRocca, Sara Pichelli and more.
The female members of the Avengers get a high school makeover courtesy of Grace Randolph and Craig Rosseau with teenage Janet Van Dyne and Jenny Walters teaming to face adolescent drama and superhero action.
In March, X-23 returns to the mean streets of NYC where she reunites with her former friends from the "NYX" series. We spoke with writer Marjorie Liu about the one-shot, which is part of Marvel Comics' year long "Women of Marvel" celebration.