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Kelly Sue DeConnick's Captain Marvel: A Farewell Salute:

Since the 2012 re-launch, Captain Marvel has been an exemplar for how to present a super-heroic character, be it woman or man. Issue after issue, Kelly Sue DeConnick and her partners-in-art delivered stories brimming with heart, humanity, humour, and heroism, and reclaimed a character that had endured some of the worst travails a super-heroine has ever had visited upon her, returning her to the progressive position envisioned by her early chroniclers Gerry Conway and Chris Claremont. Although Captain Marvel would become a symbol, these were not tales told of a remote and distant icon, but instead a fully-formed person who through her struggles to overcome her own imperfections became an inspirational figure to readers of every vintage and gender.

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