Diversity — or the lack thereof — in the comic book realm has been an ongoing issue, with Marvel and DC Comics leading the push for a more inclusive cast of superheroes.
Gal Gadot knows what's up.
Jazmin Truesdale’s Aza Comics aims to show women working together, instead of against each other.
It's the first (that I know of) really well-told female superhero TV series. (Yes, I'm aware of Wonder Woman, the Bionic Woman, the many female superheros on the larger cast-driven TV series such as Heroes and Agents of Shield.
You don't need to fly over buildings or shoot lasers with your eyes in order to be a superhero(ine). Having the courage to look within yourself and to show your true colors can be what it takes to have a lasting impact on the world.
"I'll be fine if I go to the chiropractor later."