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TOP 4 BLACK SUPERHEROINES IN ALL OF COMICS

Superheroes are cool and we love seeing them in action, but just as cool are the powerful  women who fight alongside them. Here is our take on the top 4 black superheroines in all of comics,

STORM

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“I am a woman, a mutant, a thief, an X-Man, a lover, a wife, a queen. I am all these things. I am Storm, and for me, there are no such things as limits “

First up is storm, the X-Woman has seen  it all. Since her days learning under Xavier she’s gone on to be a powerhouse in the marvel universe, Inspiring her allies and wreaking havoc on her enemies. 

Vixen

 

 

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“I am the life of Africa and I believe in life.”

One of the most powerful heroines in the DC universe, Mari has gone up against some of the most cruel and maniacal beings in all of existence. A former member of the Justice league and ever ready to defend all of life can rest easy, safe in her hands.

SHURI

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“I am the life of Africa and I believe in life.”

The fierce protector and queen of Wakanda, a mastermind in her own right. Those who would cross her do so at their own peril, she’s a queen of Wakanda, a Black Panther!

STEEL (NATASHA IRONS)

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“We don’t discriminate, we will use a hammer on every particle beam, whatever gets the job done.”

The second steel, a gifted engineer and a fighter in every sense of the word. Her hammer over the years has delivered swift justice to those deserving of it, she might not be as popular as the others but she deserves her spot.

 

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