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(Part #1 - the 1970s)
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Misty is firmly rooted in blacksploitation movies. She greatly resembles actress Pam Grier  in 1973 action movie Coffy , which would soon be quasi-remade as

(Part #1 - the 1970s)
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Both characters are rooted in 1970s blaxploitation and cheap kung fu cinema. Now that I think of it, Colleen might be one of the earliest mixed-ethnicities comics heroines. The earliest one I can think of off the top of my head is Mantis (1973). I specify “heroine”, since the...

(Profile #1 - Classic)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Jean-Paul Beaubier (formerly Jean-Paul Martin). Note: Using English phonemes, his name is more or less pronounced Jaw Pohl Bow Byeah. Marital Status: Confirmed bachelor. Known Relatives:...

(Profile #1 - Classic)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers & Abilities Aurora’s original power is that she can fly at supersonic speeds (reportedly up to Mach 10 in Earth’s atmosphere) through a simple effort of will. It is theorised that in a vacuum...

(Laslo Pevely)
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Context The Terror is a relatively obscure Golden Age , who appeared in 1941-42. He was in Mystic Comics by Timely Publication, the predecessor of Marvel Comics. The Terror made a comeback in The Sensational She-Hulk in 1990, but it didn’t quite fit in… anything. So this...

(Part #5) (The 1980s)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Carol Susan Jane Danvers. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: Joseph (father), Marie (mother), Steven J. (brother, deceased), Joseph Jr. (brother), Benny (uncle). Group Affiliation:...

(Carol Danvers) (Ms. Marvel "Year One" - the late 1970s)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); About *this* profile This here profile starts with Ms. Marvel vol. 1 #1 (January, 1977) and ends when she switches to the black costume with a yellow lightning bolt (in #20 – October, 1978). Thus it covers two...

(Carol Danvers) (During the 1970s, part 2 - appendix)
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If you came here totally at random, the chronological series starts there – Carol Danvers (before Ms. Marvel, part 1). If you are terribly confused about all these women with “Marvel” in their codename, you can check our Ms. Marvel disambiguation page. As explained in the first...

(Jessica Drew) (Profile #2 - Wolfman/infantino version)
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Emergent history reminder As with the Spider Woman (Profile #1 – Goodwin take) this is an emergent history profile. This means that we *only* use information from the Marv Wolfman issues. Mr. Wolfman left the book after #8, and was succeeded by Mark Gruenwald. So for instance...

(Richard Rider) (New Warriors+ era)
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He then got recycled in the New Warriors (see New Warriors (year one) team profile. At the peak of The New Warriors series’ popularity, Nova got his own series back. But it was canceled after 18 issues. By the turn of the century, Marvel revived The New Warriors, including Nova,...