The Marvel title Junior Miss was meant to be a comic book companion to their Miss America Magazine. Whereas Miss America Magazine was a teenage girl-focused magazine format publication with some comics, Junior Miss was a comic book with some magazine-style features, including fashion, tips, advice, and fiction. The comic book originally debuted around the[...]
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Marvel/Timely's Miss America debuted in Marvel Mystery Comics #49, cover-dated November 1943. Created by Otto Binder and Al Gabriele, that issue told the story of Madeline Joyce, the teenage ward of radio tycoon James Bennet. Bennet was funding the experiments of scientist Professor Lawson, who developed an electrically-charged apparatus that gave him superpowers. Madeline quickly[...]
Since West Coast Avengers ended inn April 2019, the world has been without a monthly comic starring America Chavez. That end in June, as Marvel has
The West Coast Avengers reunite under the guiding hands of two Hawkeyes and the prompting of land-sharks. Is it a good read?
When 2018 Miss America Cara Mund took to Twitter yesterday to urge fans of the event to tune in to ABC's Good Morning America for some major announcements about this year's edition, she wasn't joking Miss America Organization Board of Trustees Chair Gretchen Carlson appeared on the highly-rated morning news and entertainment program to announce[...]
In America #12, America is the last line of defense between La Legion and her homeworld, Fuertona. Hopefully, the star, Uzam, can help Miss America save the day. Is it a good read?
Her Pennsylvania roots, stints on Wall Street and in science and self-made, feminist edge make her the right voice now." – Margaret Talev, President, WHCA To say that Wolf sharpens her comedic knives against Trump on a nightly basis through The Daily Show might be one of the biggest understatements I'll write today: in the following clip, Wolf looks[...]
For Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Stephanie Beatriz, it's been a long, ongoing campaign to convince Marvel that she should play Miss America, alter ego of America Chavez, in an upcoming film or television show. Back in May, Beatriz threw her hat into the ring for America Chavez when she tweeted: I'd like to see America Chavez played by me and[...]
Bleeding Cool writer Josh Davison makes his case for why America Chavez should have goddess status, and why she should be a more prominent Marvel hero.
America learns of her origins from her grandmother in another dimension. She has struggles with her grandmother and her past, but is it good reading?
The Ultimates, now working without government sanction thanks to the events of Civil War II¸ are investigating this phenomenon with the help of Galactus, who is now the Life-Bringer. Miss America, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Blue Marvel, and Spectrum are hot on the trail of this when they are attacked by the government-sanctioned Troubleshooters, who want[...]
Stephanie Beatriz, who plays the tough-as-nails cop Rosa Diaz on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, wants to star in a Miss America film, and she wants current Miss America writer Gabby Rivera to pen it. I'd like to see America Chavez played by me and written by @QuirkyRican https://t.co/t8c7tI5Kdk — Stephanie Beatriz (@iamstephbeatz) May 19, 2017 The Marvel Cinematic Universe seems to be[...]
Like these folks did. To see more of Ian's cosplay coverage be sure to follow him on Tumblr for all the latest in cosplay tutorials, pictures and convention updates. Vega (Street Fighter) : Vega Cosplay (https://www.facebook.com/Saud.Vega) Photographer : Ayzrock Velasco (https://www.facebook.com/ayzrock.velasco) Shredder (TMNT) : Glitzy Geek Girl (http://www.glitzygeekgirl.com/) Photographer : Glitzy Geek GirlMiss America (Young Avengers) : Sara Moni[...]
But throughout the issue, Loki reveals in panel that he is certainly open to relationships with other men (although it had already been mentioned by upcoming Loki: Agent of Asgard writer Al Ewing that he would be handling the character as bisexual in his title); Miss America implies that she herself is queer too, and[...]
Such as this Marvel NOW! Point One teaser showing us the cover of what we can presume is a new series, showing Wiccan, Loki and Miss America, following on from yesterday's teasing of a new Ant Man series by Nick Spencer. Could this be the new Warriors Three? Written by Kieron Gillen? And taking up plotlines[...]