32 Facts About America Chavez


America Chavez is a superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Since her debut, America Chavez has been described as one of Marvel's most notable and powerful female heroes, being labelled as the publisher's first Latin-American LGBTQ+ character to star in an ongoing series, with various critics praising the creation of a comic book series with Chavez as the titular character.

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America Chavez first appeared in the 2011 limited series Vengeance by Joe Casey and Nick Dragotta.

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At the 2016 New York Comic Con, Marvel announced that Chavez would receive her first solo series—simply titled America.

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America Chavez believed she was raised by her mothers in the Utopian Parallel, a reality that is out of time and in the presence of the being known as the Demiurge, whose presence she credited with imbuing her with superpowers.

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America Chavez's mothers sacrificed themselves to seal the black holes, resulting in their particles being scattered across the Multiverse itself.

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America Chavez traveled across different realities, eventually adopted the moniker of Miss America, and began covertly acting as a superhero.

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America Chavez eventually joined the Teen Brigade and served as co-leader with Ultimate Nullifier.

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America Chavez rejoined her teammates in Latveria where they fought the Braak'nhud, Young Masters and Doctor Doom.

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America Chavez pretends to try to persuade Chavez into killing Wiccan for the good of the Multiverse.

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On Earth-616, America Chavez stopped Loki from magically attacking Wiccan in his home.

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America Chavez later rescued Hulkling, Wiccan, and Loki from the Mother, an inter-dimensional parasite awoken by one of Loki's spells.

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America Chavez's fans formed a gang called La Chiquitas and changed their hair to Chavez symbols, including fan Sydney Walker.

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America Chavez is subsequently arrested and sentenced to spend the rest of her life protecting the Shield.

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America Chavez gained her superpowers across experiments conducted on her as a kid, where she was exposed to extra-dimensional energies.

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Catalina suggests that America Chavez made up the alien universe story as a coping mechanism.

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America Chavez possesses superhuman strength and durability, and the power of flight.

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America Chavez's invulnerability allows her to be bullet-proof and flame retardant.

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America Chavez has the power to kick open star-shaped holes in reality, allowing her and her teammates to travel through the multiverse and into other realities.

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America Chavez can move at superhuman speeds, since she is able to catch up to and nearly exceed the speed of light as observed by Spectrum in her light form.

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America Chavez has developed the ability to make an enemy burst into tiny star fragments with a punch.

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America Chavez has a power called "cosmic awareness" that allows her to have a metaphysical insight in space and time.

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Past that America Chavez is a unique and compelling character.

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Nevertheless, we will miss her comic series – not only because it was one of the few Big 2 titles with a Latinx woman lead but because the point of view that America Chavez holds is one of that's particularly unique within the endless pages of Marvel comics.

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America Chavez is shattering barriers in the comics universe and beyond.

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America Chavez is the first lesbian Latina superhero with her own Marvel Comics series.

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America Chavez gained a rabid following after co-starring in the incredible early-2010s Young Avengers title, but her owners at Marvel Comics only recently wised up and gave her her own, the simply titled America.

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America Chavez's costume, much like Kamala Khan's, is a great blend of stylish and superheroic, perfect for a modern multiversal Marvel heroine.

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An out and proud Latina lesbian superhero, America Chavez has received an outstanding amount of love and support for her character, including acclaimed author Gabby Rivera, who was Marvel's first Latinx LGBTQ+ author, as well the writer for America Chavez's comics book series, America.

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America Chavez appears in the Marvel Rising series of animated specials, voiced by Cierra Ramirez.

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America Chavez appears in Marvel Rising: Ultimate Comics, voiced by Cierra Ramirez.

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America Chavez appears in Marvel United, published by CMON Limited.

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