Here’s a short list of things I’d like to see more of in my comics: Bisexual protagonists. Women who are heroic without necessarily being friendly. Queer female heroes whose appearances mark them as queer (like for example, having no hair). Females heroes, especially queer female heroes, who have a powerset that’s both substantial and diverse, instead of basically just doing one thing.
Moondragon, aka Heather Douglas, is so much of what I want out of a bisexual woman superhero. She’s been an Avenger, a Defender, and a Guardian of the Galaxy, despite never being the best at making friends. She’s often a pretty nasty piece of work, and sometimes even a villain, but when she’s on the right side, you absolutely want her on your team. She has super-powers not through an accident or a burst of radiation, but because she used the disciplines of the aliens who raised her to train her body and mind far beyond what anyone on Earth normally achieves. So the thing about Moondragon is, when she acts like she’s better than you, she’s probably right.
She’s been implicitly queer since the early ‘80s, and canonically queer since the early ‘00s. She found a long term partner in Phyla-Vell, who I think is currently dead but may come back at some point. However — widowed, partnered, or otherwise, Moondragon needs to be in more comics. She needs to be in all the comics. And she ought to get to star in at least some of them.