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By Michael Tedder Marvel’s latest heroine has gone from a fangirl to a fan favorite. All great superheroes both reflect the time period in which they were created, and then they transcend them. Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, both Jewish men, created Superman partially as a response to their fears of the growing worldwide fascism of the late 1930s. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created the Hulk partially as a reaction to the widespread fear of nuclear warfare, and the X-Men have long been seen as stand-ins for the Civil Rights movement. Now, not all heroes have such high-minded origins. Some ar…

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