In only seven years, Sana Amanat has helped reshape the face of Marvel Comics.
There were zero female-led titles when she hopped aboard; Amanat was proud to tell EW’s Tim Leong at EW’s Con-X that number has jumped to 20 since.
“It shows how much the audience has changed,” she said. “You go to the convention floor, you see how much the audience has changed. It’s really awesome. It’s incredible for the comic community at large.”
Sana Amanat, Marvel’s Director of Content and Character Development, can be called a game changer or an inspiration in the comic community, where she’s edited boundary-breaking books like Captain Marvel, Daredevil, and most notably Ms.
It’s not easy to introduce a new superhero to the storied Marvel Universe, much less get them to a similar status as Captain America, Spider-Man, and the rest. But that’s just what writer G. Willow Wilson accomplished last year when she created a new Ms. Marvel alongside artist Adrain Alphona.
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