Finally, my conclusion is, that it seems everyone has a different opinion of feminism and how it should be related to Marvel Comics' single solo heroine title. I remain firm with my belief that sexism still exists and I would be happy to see a comic book tackle an issue that has remained a problem of our society for centuries. Writer Brian Reed is more than talented enough to handle a subject such as this without turning off current and possible future readers. It's time someone took a stand, why not have Marvel Comics use Ms. Marvel to just that?
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