Which Marvel girl could carry her own franchise?
Dakota North. Who's basically a likable version of Jessica Jones (also she came first) with elements of Black WIdow.
it's hard because no woman can actually pull it off physically, and the ones that can, like emily blunt, are already pushing it age-wise and would be too snobby to do capeshit.
>rebranding her as Captain Marvel
even worse now since it'll be muh womyn and they'll go for a female director
>she doesn't wear picrelated
>she's a black muslim
This Jessica Jones chick would be pretty cool.
Medusa? maybe? If they made it more about her than Blackbolt since he doesn't talk and all that.
that ain't Ms Marvel anymore now she's Captain Marvel, Ms Marvel is a little flavor of the month muslim girl with expansion powers.
> implying that piece of shit Mutant X knockoff had shit to do with Birds Of Prey or Batman
Dina Meyer tried to be Oracle inspite of the writers and no one else on the show had any idea what made the comic set up great. I was hoping for an Alias show hopping across the Batman / DC world.
Scarlet Witch movie could potentially be cool, make it dark as fuck, way darker than anything in Doctor Strange.
Have Chthon be the behind the scenes villain and be exclusively her villain (as he's totally unsuited to Strange stories), with Lore as the main antagonist.
Agatha Harkness as well.
Dark romantic gothic tone with grit to it.
As Wanda is not a quipster it might be the perfect project for Joss Whedon as he genuinely loves the character and would be making a non-quippy movie.
Either that or put Wanda in a Midnight Sons movie. I'd rather they make her a purely mystic character not involved with the Avengers. Her being an Avenger makes no sense.
She's brown. And she's cute as fuck.
Just a superior culture exerting it's influence
I don't think Superhero movies are ever just going to have the singular characters if you want that I feel like Netflix will be the way to go and desu a Jessica Walters show would have been 1000x better than Jessica Jones