Marvel All Set To Celebrate Womanhood With ‘A-Force’

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Last updated on January 30th, 2018



February 10, 2015 – Marvel fans who religiously wait for publishers’ newest graphic novels and comics have all the reason to put a smile on their faces. The world’s most popular graphic comic publisher, Marvel Worldwide Inc. announced on the 6th of February 2015 that it plans to launch a graphic comic based on all-female Avengers group called the “A-Force”.

Set to release sometime in Spring 2015, the new graphic comic from Marvel will feature a set of female super-heroes including She-Hulk, Medusa, Dazzler, Nico Minoru, Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, Black Widow and more.

Various online sources cited Marvel series co-writer G. Wilson as saying, “We’ve purposefully assembled a team composed of different characters from disparate parts of the Marvel U with very different power sets, identities and ideologies.” He was found much excited about the newest comic series.

“It feels almost like a great honor to be given the reins on something that has become so central to the narrative at Marvel and a big cinematic property as well,” he said.

This announcement of Marvel celebrating womanhood with its graphic design novels and comics is sure to please the huge fraction of women fans, who make around staggering 47 percent of Marvel graphic comics’ huge fan following.
The A-Force is the 15th comic book series led by females to be released by Marvel. An all-female X-Men team was published last year.

According to online sources, the much-talked about Marvel graphic comic, A-Force will debut during Marvel Comics ambitious “Secret Wars” event scheduled to take place in May 2015.

Not only for the Marvel fans, A-Force will also turn out to be a splendid treat for graphic designers who have long been seeking inspiration from Marvel’s amazing comics that boast superb graphics and animations.

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