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Famous Female Comics Characters

Famous Female Comics Characters

Female lead characters in comics are not a new concept. It was started way back in 1938 with the introduction of Sheena. She was the first female character who acts as the main heroine in her own comic series “Sheena, Queen of the Jungle” in 1942? Although the same year she was introduced Wonder Woman also made her first appearance. Sheena is holding the official Guinness World Record for being the first female comic character. Today we are going to look at 5 most famous female comic characters of all time.

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A Marvel Named Stan Lee

The Silver Age of comics, during the 60s, produced many gems like the Amazing Spider-Man, the uncanny X-Men and Captain America.

Most of these were from the Marvel factory, where Stan Lee, born Stanley Martin Lieber in 1922, started weaving his magic with the help of other creative and marketing geniuses who sustained his vision.

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Studio Ghibli movies

Japan is famous for its animated movies. Ghibli, meaning "desert wind" in Libyan, is one of a kind, and its beautiful painted visions set the stage for many more subsequent movies.

Studio Ghibli was founded in 1985 by Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata and have produced 21 movies to date. Those who have seen the films love them with all their heart.

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