#ComicBytes: Do you know Marvel's most powerful female superheroes?
The Marvel comic universe is full of heroes, villains and most importantly possibilities. When we think of superheroes, for some reason, we think of male characters. However, Marvel has forever been broadening our horizon by adding more and more female superheroes to the roster. These superpowered women define empowerment and give women across the world hope about standing up for themselves and their rights.
Jean Grey is one of Marvel's most powerful telepaths and definitely the strongest in this list. One of X-Men's strongest members, Jean has psionic abilities like telekinesis, telepathy, mind control, astral projections, and psychic blasts. When combined with the Phoenix Force, she can manipulate matters at molecular levels and destroy entire planets. Despite her powers, her compassion urges her to improve human-mutant relations.
Wanda Maximoff is one of the strongest mutants and generally beings in the Marvel Universe. She uses hex powers and chaos magic, which allows her to alter probabilities and even change the fabric of reality. Wanda's powers are so immense that she once made almost the entire mutant population disappear by wishing it, and can rebuild reality based on deepest desires.
Carol Danvers or Captain Marvel will be arriving to the big screen soon. We don't know how the movie portrayal will be, but in comics, she is the most powerful Avenger. With powers of cosmic awareness and the ability to manipulate and absorb energy, Danvers also has powers of flight, super speed, durability, strength, and stamina. In her Binary form, she is almost unstoppable.
Rogue in the comics absorbed powers of Captain Marvel, which already puts her at par. However, this mutant has an added ability to absorb any superhuman power and personality of characters with the slightest touch. Thus Rogue is potentially the strongest female character on this list, but she reigns herself in and is dedicated to speaking for peace among humans and mutants.
America Chavez appeared in comics in 2011 and she was made to be a fierce and gay character. As a sign of her times, she truly represents empowerment of women's sexuality and broadens our horizons. However, her true superpower is incredible strength, which lets her punch holes in reality. She is the leader of the Ultimates, a team of ultra-powerful Avengers, proving her strength.