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Currently, Storm is no longer the official leader of the X-Men, but she’s been one of the key members of the team for decades.
We would love to see Coates and Bartel flesh out Storm’s life outside of the X-Men and expand her reach as a solo heroine.
In the comics, Peter Parker was always written as a dork/science nerd, but that never seemed to stop him from getting the hottest women in comics.
Blondes (Gwen Stacy), Brunettes (Kitty Pryde), Redheads (Mary-Jane Watson) – none were immune to his apparent charm.
He reveals his secret, which she admits to knowing for some time, and proposes... After getting over his infatuation with Betty, Pete falls hard for the platinum, blonde bombshell, and they begin seriously dating. Gwen Stacy from a different universe (and with Spider powers) made her way into the 616-Universe. Also Ranked #28 on The Hottest Cartoon Characters Of All Time #31 on The Best Female Comic Book Characters #35 on The Best Comic Book Characters Created by Stan Lee This one was always interesting because she loves Spider-Man and NOT Peter Parker, in all continuities.
Never ask her where she finds the time to watch that much TV. Be prepared for friendly arguments about which season of a TV show is the best.
She eventually learns his identity, and they date both as Peter Parker/Kitty Pryde and Spider-Man/Shadowcat.
, but yes, it is one of the great shows of all time. Either catch up on every episode of this super-rare TV show from 2008 that I told you to watch or probably just meet me somewhere else later.
title is on the horizon from writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and artist Jen Bartel.
Via Newsarama, The Philly Inquirer’s Dawn Fallik tweeted that Coates confirmed the news in an interview that she conducted with him earlier this week.