If you ask your average person on the street to name a fictional female hero, most people(depending on what street you’re on) can name at least one or two, right? I mean, your average person has heard of Wonder Woman, Bat Girl, and Super Girl…and there was Marvel Comic’s Fantastic Four movie last year with what’s her name? Oh yes, Sue Storm, the Invisible Woman. That was easy, right?
Now, if you were to ask the same person to name a fictional Black female hero? Well, you may as well ask them to solve nuclear physics question while you’re at it, because you’ll likely get the answer to that one first. To make matters worse, the list of fictional female heroes is far more extensive than the four listed here, just as the number of black female heroes is not. The typical question is whether there is an audience or demand for black female heroes.
We say, based on the widespread response that we get to Kinah, the heroine of Ancients & Immortals’ Archangels In Exile series(from women from all around the globe), the answer is a resounding “yes”.
So, to that end, this summer, Imajen will introduce the newest and most exciting Original heroine to be produced in the last Century. She is destined to change the game, so be sure to stay tuned to Imajen.com, because this is something that you definitely won’t want to miss!