This April Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel launch a new X-Men title with a roster of Jubilee, Kitty Pryde, Psylocke, Rachel Grey, Rogue and Storm. That the team is all-female is unusual for a series that isn't defined along gender-lines. What makes the roster extraordinary is that it's an all-star line-up. These are first draft X-Men, and the book could easily have added more top picks -- Dazzler, Emma Frost, Jean Grey, Magik, Mystique -- and still been all-female.
It's hard to think of any other superhero team with such a strong bench of women, and it's especially hard to think of another team where so many female characters rose to prominence within the team itself. What these characters have in common is no mystery; they were all written by Chris Claremont, the man whose name is synonymous with "strong female characters."
Marvel Comics has announced a new X-Men title launching in April that spotlights the female members of the team. Yes, finally, a book dedicated to some of the many X-Women who have won fan hearts for years! The X-Women who have dominated the franchise since the Chris Claremont days! Obviously, then, this book celebrating X-Women is called X-Men.The gender-confused name doesn't bother w
Since her introduction thirty years ago as a new character younger readers could relate to, Kitty Pryde has been a ballerina, a computer genius, a super-hero, a ninja, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and a bartender, in that order
Kitty Pryde has been off the grid for a while now, presumably hurtling through space in a giant bullet ever since she jumped inside of the oversized ammunition -- which was headed towards the Earth -- and phased it so that it would pass harmlessly through the planet rather than blowing it up like a ripe pumpkin.
Fan-favorite X-Woman Kitty Pryde is getting her own art tribute show at Floating World Comics in Portland on May 7th, with proceeds to be donated to an Oregon hemophilia charity. The show, titled 'Full of Pryde,' will feature interpretations of the Marvel character by Sc