Female superheroes are suffering severely in today's industry. While a few probably aren't fit for a full on solo movie, many are ready to get more love from the movie-goers. Many are set up with amazing stories that could also serve very well in TV series, and others would probably be best as major characters in an ensemble film. Here are some ready-to-go picks below.
Thanks to recent controversy about her sexual appeal in comics, as well as poor fan information about Bruce Banner's potential new love interest, She-Hulk has been brought up once again into pop culture. However, if fans actually knew the character, they'd know she's Banner's cousin, and never once suggested to be his love interest. Nevertheless, She-Hulk is the Marvel embodiment of feminine power, and would be one of the most perfect solo franchises to break the ice on female superheroes.
Daughter of none other than the comic relief of Guardians of the Galaxy's Drax, Moondragon is a hero that may be coming quicker than you think. No matter which side of this moral debate you're on, Moondragon is an openly bisexual hero, and nobody can deny that Hollywood is currently taking its sexual diversity very seriously [really?]. Could Moondragon be introduced in the MCU, and take the risk of upsetting more conservative fans?
Stature is already being teased in the movies. With storyline leaks suggesting that Cassie Lang, daughter of Ant-Man alter-ego Scott Lang, will be the driving motivation for Paul Rudd's character, we may see Cassie become her own superheroine Stature in an Ant-Man sequel film. With the amount of destruction a superheroine the size of skyscrapers could do on screen, surely Marvel won't back down from the challenge!
You've probably never heard of Clea. That's good, because that means she'll be a pleasant surprise to you! Clea is actually a sorcerer. Perhaps a sorcerer seems a bit far-fetched at first until you realize that she's also the only real love interest of Doctor Strange, and besides Janet Pym aka the Wasp, is the only super-powered love interest of a solo film superhero. Given, she would likely be a spin-off of the Doctor Strange movie, but if Black Widow and Hawkeye are in consideration for spin-offs, Clea can be too.
5. CAPTAIN MARVEL
Captain Marvel is definitely both a fan favorite and a studio favorite, as there have been numerous suggestions that the studio has an abundant collection of development towards a potential movie. Having been a major Avenger, and successor to one of the classic Avengers, Captain Marvel (later even taking up his mantle), she's a necessity to the Marvel comic universe that should definitely transfer over to cinematic universe. Not featuring her in the films would be a disappointment and a major wasted opportunity.
Which female superhero(es) would you be the most excited to see in the MCU? Only pick five or the world will explode.
Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan)
Hawkeye (Kate Bishop)
Blackmail Fox into giving back the X-Women
Someone you stupidly forgot, I'll tell you in the comments
Por que no todos, imo