Superheroines for Women’s History Month

The Superheroine Wonder Woman, painted by Alex Ross Happy Women’s History Month!

As I mentioned in my post about Butterfly, the first black superheroine, I’ll be observing the month with a series of posts highlighting some of the most influential and historically important female superheroes in comics. Each Monday in March, I’ll publish a different superheroine spotlight similar to those in my Black Superheroes for Black History Month series.

Join me this Monday when we’ll take a look at the first heroine with her own title: Sheena, Queen of the Jungle!

[Update: You can also now check out the posts on Sheena, the first heroine to star in her own comicOlga Mesmer, Fantomah, and Woman in Red, the three heroines with claims to being the first superheroine; the Red Tornado (Ma Hunkel), the first crossdressing superheroine; and Wonder Woman.]

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