Controversial Female Superheroes
Marvel's bold female heroes sparks chaos from fans
One of the new superheroes created by Marvel Comics. Created by Editor In Chief Axel Alonso and Writer Jason Arron.
The company is defending their new interpretations of the female heroes.
The second controversial superhero created that recently got a facelift. Created by Sana Amanat, G. Willow Wilson, and Adrian Alphona.
Who, What, When, Where, Why
The first perspective would have to be the company. They endured this controversy and they probably were thinking there was nothing wrong with trying to create something new. They were just trying to make something enjoyable for readers to relate to. They never thought that fans of Marvel would lose their minds over the change in Gender and Race. Kamala Khan is a young Pakistani girl that loves superheroes as much as the readers do and she just wants to be a superhero like the Avengers and Captain Marvel are. Thor Woman is just as powerful and as strong a Thor is and yet people do not like the new interpretation because she's a woman. What is so wrong with these woman trying to be the HEROES rather than the VICTIMS?
Fans have loved Marvel's comics since they first came out. To see heroes like Thor suddenly change genders is not that serious; but I guess to someone like a avid fan it's the end of the world. The problem is that as people we become too used to the same things. When the thing we are used to suddenly changes it can take some getting used to. In the case of a young girl named Kamala Khan who dresses up like a younger Captain Marvel. I think fans dislike her because she is a different race. Kamala Khan is a Pakistani girl that is a huge fan of Captain Marvel. Most of the female heroes are Caucasian, which could cause some issues.