REVIEW: Women of Marvel #1 Soars!

Rebecca Kaplan

Rebecca Kaplan (she/he) has a Master of Science in Criminology and Juris Doctor, but really prefers the Disney Parks and Marvel comics. To the disappointment of her law school, she’s really a geek at heart and would rather have a glass of Sokovian Iced Tea with Scarlet Witch than any non-fiction person. You can find her writing online at MarvelBlog,, Comics Bookcase, Prism Comics, and in Double Challenge: Being LGBTQ and a Minority, which she co-authored with her wife, Avery Kaplan. Find her at @RebeccaKaplan6

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