|Image Credit: Marvel Comics|
I love this for many reasons! First of all, it's been long overdue that these superhero franchises diversify their characters. I also really love that they worked this into the story in a legitimate way. I always feel a bit off about "girl versions" of things. It sets up a boys vs. girls dynamic that almost never ends well, no matter how great the final product is.
This move shows that you can easily work ladies (and people of colour) into a story in a real way, instead of just swapping them in and hoping no one freaks out.
Source: The Daily Beast