A look at the heroes, sidekicks, and homegirls who make up the Marvel Netflix universe, where they’ve been, and where they might be going.
The writers of “The Defenders” spent a lot of dialogue describing Alexandra Reid's supposed skills as a leader and a fighter, too bad we didn't get to see any of it on-screen.
During the enigmatic years of “Orphan Black,” many minor characters have come and gone, but these five deserve at least a cameo in the series’ final hour.
The season-three cast of “Gotham” is 15 people strong, double the size of the casts of similar comic-book adaptations. And of those 15 cast members, five are women.
In three seasons, “Gotham” has amassed more regular characters than "Smallville" did in its ten-season run.
With great heroism comes great sacrifice. Could James Olsen, aka Guardian, be the first ally Supergirl loses?
After only 15 months as the Black Canary, Laurel Lance is dead. Here are four things she should have done before she died.
Can there be a Black Canary without Laurel Lance? “Canary Cry” certainly spends a lot of time separating the hero from the mantle.
Like Shado’s and Moira’s before hers, Amanda Waller’s death paves the way for another woman’s promotion.
Some women have all the luck ... others, not so much. When it comes to the leading ladies on male-centric superhero shows, they're either the pinnacle of support or an overwhelming hindrance.
Hydra has a saying, “if a head is cut off, two more will take its place.” “Arrow” has a practice, if you have two female characters, kill one to advance the other.