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Female Marvel Heroes and Which Heroes Have Movies or Shows Coming

For decades, Marvel has ruled the comic space with too many heroes that naming them all will be impossible. In addition to creating many male heroes, Marvel has introduced several female heroes that have achieved varying levels of success and popularity. Here is a list of female Marvel heroes

  • Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel 
  • She-Hulk 
  • Spider-Woman 
  • Jane Foster 
  • Wasp
  • Scarlet Witch 
  • Black Widow 
  • Jessica Jones 
  • Namora 
  • Storm 
  • Invisible Woman 
  • Jean Gray 
  • Gwen Stacy 
  • Pepper Potts 
  • Gamora
  • Mystique 
  • Medusa 
  • Hela 
  • Rogue 
  • Mary Jane 
  • Enchantress 
  • Kitty Pryde 
  • Captain Universe 
  • Black Cat 
  • Silver Sable 
  • Emma Frost 
  • Clea 
  • Jubilee 
  • Electra 
  • Kamala Khan 
  • Ironheart 
  • Psylocke 
  • Supergiant 
  • Ms America 
  • Phyla-Vell 
  • Nico Minoru 
  • Quasar (Kincaid) 
  • Mantis 
  • Lady Deathstrike 
  • Proxima Midnight 
  • X-23
  • Viper 
  • Sharon Carter 
  • Madelyne Pryor 
  • Angela 
  • Lady Bullseye 
  • Lilandra 
  • Moonstar 
  • Jennifer Kale 
  • Magik 
  • Sif 
  • Peggy Carter 
  • Titania 
  • Hope Summers 
  • Lilith 
  • Mockingbird 
  • Boom-Boom 
  • Sin 
  • Domino 
  • Maria Hill 
  • Miss Sinister 
  • Rachel Grey 
  • Lyra 
  • Spectrum 
  • Moondragon 
  • Thundra 
  • Satana 
  • Dazzler 
  • Power Princess 
  • Morgan Le Fay 
  • Sersi 
  • Magma 
  • Moonstone 
  • Polaris 
  • Betty Ross 
  • Valkyrie 
  • Abigail Brand 
  • Siryn 
  • Echo 
  • Dagger 
  • Blink
  • Reptilla 
  • Cassandra Nova 
  • Typhoid Mary 
  • Kismet 
  • Marrow 
  • Songbird 
  • Yelena Belova 
  • Smasher 
  • Snowbird 
  • Sage 
  • Madame Masque 
  • Toxic Doxie 
  • Lady Stilt-Man 
  • Brood Queen 
  • Nebula 
  • M
  • Death Locket 
  • Crystal 
  • Spider-Girl (Corazón)
  • Talisman 
  • Omega Sentinel 
  • Validator 
  • Black Swan 
  • Candra 
  • Queen Cat 
  • Selene 
  • Witchfire 
  • Madame Web 
  • Caiera 
  • Sepulchre 
  • Stella Nega 
  • Abyss 
  • Moira MacTaggert 
  • Cecilia Reyes 
  • Husk 
  • Kate Bishop 
  • Karma 
  • Spitfire 
  • Lifeguard 
  • Aerolite 
  • Karolina Dean 
  • Meggan 
  • Jocasta 
  • Callisto 
  • Quake 
  • Frenzy 
  • Feral 
  • Angela Del Toro 
  • Silk 
  • Spiral 
  • Transonic 
  • Captain America 2099
  • Black Widow 2099 
  • Skytower 
  • Elsa Bloodstone 
  • Deathbird 
  • Iso 
  • Dust (Qadir)
  • Mercury 
  • Clair Temple 
  • Shuri 
  • Singularity 
  • Amor 
  • Naja 
  • Wolfsbane 
  • Pixie 
  • Misty Knight 
  • Colleen Wing 
  • Lionheart 
  • Aunt May 
  • Hellcat 
  • Gwenpool 
  • Squirrel Girl 
  • Nocturne 
  • Sun Girl 
  • Topaz 
  • Arclight 
  • Nikki 
  • Timeslip 
  • Viv 
  • Moon Girl 
  • Turbo 
  • Namorita 
  • Nadia van Dyne 
  • Hummingbird 
  • Deathcry 
  • Andromeda 
  • Firebird 
  • Lady Deadpool 
  • Silverclaw 
  • Julia Carpenter 
  • Aurora 
  • Firestar 
  • Hepzibah 
  • Guillotine 
  • White Fox 
  • Tigra 
  • Cassie Lang 
  • Toni Ho 
  • Spider-Girl (Parker) 
  • Sprite 
  • Surge 
  • Negasonic Teenage Warhead 
  • Gertrude Yorkes 
  • Molly Hayes 
  • Big Bertha 
  • Stepford Cuckoos 
  • Ultragirl 
  • Water Snake 
  • Bling 
  • Stacy X 
  • Agatha Harness 
  • Angel Salvadore 
  • Cipher 
  • Shark-Girl 
  • American Dream 
  • Liz Allan 
  • Karen Page. 

Female Marvel Heroes with Upcoming Movies or Shows

While many of these heroes have featured in movies and shows, others are yet to appear on screen. Some of the heroes that have movies or shows coming include: 

  • Black Widow in a solo film Black Widow”. (May 1, 2020).
  • Scarlet Witch in a Vision movie titled “WandaVision” (Spring 2021) as well as in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” (May 7, 2021). 
  • Jane Foster will also appear in “Thor: Love and Thunder” (Nov. 5, 2021). 
  • Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel in Captain Marvel 2 (Though release date has not been fixed).
  • Kamala Khan will also appear for the first time in “Ms. Marvel”, which doesn’t have a release date yet. There is a good chance Captain Marvel will join her. 
  • She-Hulk is also going to appear on a Disney+ series. 

There is plenty more to get excited about in the upcoming years as more female-led superhero films hit theaters. Keep an eye out for more info on these in the future.