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Essential Reading

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HEROES HALL OF FAME

Echo

in Phoenix Song: Echo (2021) #1

Born deaf, Maya Lopez is a master of replicating physical action. After her father was killed, she was adopted by Wilson Fisk and trained as an assassin. After she found out Fisk murdered her father, Maya became Echo in her quest for vengeance and later joined the New Avengers.

Hawkeye: Kate Bishop

in Hawkeye: Kate Bishop (2021) #1

Kate Bishop walked away from family wealth to pursue heroics after being inspired by her favorite Avenger, Hawkeye. She also goes by the codename Hawkeye and is one of the founding members of the Young Avengers.

Silk

in Silk (2021) #1

Korean American Cindy Moon was bitten by the same radioactive spider as Peter Parker. After her powers manifested, she became a target of the Inheritors, forcing her to hide in a bunker for ten years, where she trained and later emerged as the Spider-Hero Silk.

Storm

in Planet-Size X-Men (2021) #1

Ororo Munroe is an Omega-level mutant who the people of the Serengeti once celebrated as a goddess for her abilities of weather manipulation. She adopted the name Storm after being recruited by Professor X to join his team of mutants, the X-Men.

She-Hulk

in She-Hulk (2014) #1

Thanks to her cousin Bruce Banner and an emergency blood transfusion, lawyer Jennifer Walter was transformed into the gamma-powered Super Hero known as She-Hulk. She is a force with sensational strength, wit, and confidence in her own right.

Ms. Marvel

in Magnificent Ms. Marvel (2019) #1

Kamala Khan is a super-powered shapeshifting teenager from New Jersey. Inspired by Captain Marvel: Carol Danvers, Kamala uses her abilities to protect her community as she learns her place in the world.

Jane Foster

in Thor (2014) #1

Jane Foster was a nurse and friend of Thor, who later became a doctor and Goddess of Thunder. She now serves as a Valkyrie and is just as heroic as she ever was before.

Captain Carter

in Exiles (2018) #3

Peggy Carter is one of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s most decorated agents. She is a woman out of time who first began her career fighting alongside the French Resistance during World War II.

Monica Rambeau

in Avengers No Road Home (2019) #1

Monica Rambeau prides herself on helping others. Her courageousness led to her gaining the power to convert her own body into energy, and with it, she became a literal beacon of light for those in need.

White Widow: Yelena Belova

in Winter Guard (2021) #1

Yelena Belova is as eager as they come. In her quest to prove herself better than Natasha Romanoff, she was the first Red Room student to surpass all of her marks, giving the Black Widow competition like no other.

America Chavez

in America Chavez: Made in the USA (2021) #1

Born in another plane of reality before crash-landing to Earth as a child, America Chavez is a portal punching super-powered hero who is a loner at heart.

Scarlet Witch

in The Darkhold Alpha (2021) #1

Wanda Maximoff is one of the most potent magic-wielders in the universe. One of the earliest members of the Avengers, Wanda also goes by Scarlet Witch.

Ironheart

in Ironheart (2018) #1

A genius hailing from the South Side of Chicago, Tony Stark inspired Riri Williams to build her own suit of incredible armor. As Ironheart, she brings a level of humanity that is just as powerful as her heroism.

Mystique

in Inferno (2021) #1

Raven Darkholme is a shapeshifting mutant known as Mystique. Once a member of the Brotherhood of Mutants, she is a master deceiver and infiltrator.

Elektra

in Daredevil (2019) #28

Elektra Natchios is who you call when you need someone to get the job done. She gained her one-of-a-kind skillsets as a trained assassin and bounty hunter from the ancient ninja cult known as the Hand. She has even defended Hell's Kitchen under the Daredevil name.