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With the most controversial question in the Marvel Universe finally answered right on the cover, Marvel is proud to bring you a celebration of amazing women in comics with the first of a three issue anthology entirely created by the most talented and exciting women working in comics today, including Ann Nocenti (DAREDEVIL), Amanda Conner (Power Girl), Laura Martin (SECRET INVASION), G. Willow Wilson (Air), Devin Grayson (Nightwing), Stephanie Buscema (WEB OF SPIDER-MAN), and more! With stories featuring your favorite Marvel characters, from the Punisher to Mary Jane, don’t miss what will be the one of the most talked about series of the year! (Please note: She-Hulk would totally win).

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Rather Ordinary 0

 Alright, so it’s been out for a couple weeks, but I just finally got around to reading the whole thing.  I hate to say it, but the cover to the comic and Lucy Knisley’s wonderful Doc Ock story are probably the best parts of this comic with everything else hitting a rather flat note. The cover by Amanda Conner really hits all the right notes with the facial expressions even if Sue Storm looks a bit Japanese.  I enjoy that Conner still has the ridiculous boobs on She-Hulk with them somehow fittin...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Surprisingly likeable 0

It could be because Marvel did some fantastic research on their target audience, or because I like the art, but I was very much pleased with this comic. While I'm not really into the whole 'female empowerment' theme, this collection of short stories holds up nicely without it's feminist trappings.  However, I'd like to mention that the 'to catch a predator' bit they wrote in for the Punisher was....odd. It makes sense, in a way, when you consider that Frank Castle had a daughter, but at the sam...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Average start to a potentially good series 0

This is my first review here so please bear with me. When I first heard that Marvel was going to publish a limited series produced by a female-only creative team, I was somewhat conflicted. On the one hand, I think it's great that they're trying to showcase female creators and show female readers that there are indeed women comic book writers, artists, letterers, inkers, and you name it. This is a great opportunity for them, and also to appeal to a different audience (as the comic book reading c...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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