In a series of fun, rapid-fire Q&As, MacKenzie speaks with female and nonbinary creators at Marvel, asking them anything from “What’s the best advice you’ve gotten,” to “When humans live on Mars what one food must we bring with us?” From writers to artists to actors, directors, stunt performers, gamers—the list goes on—there are so many amazing creators doing so many different, fascinating things in the Marvel Universe. What better way to invite the next generation to go higher, further, faster than to peek behind-the-scenes with the ones that are doing it right now?
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December 10: Ariana Maher, letterer
December 8: Lori Mozilo, Disney Junior executive
December 3: Marieke Nijkamp, writer
November 5: Chloe Zhao, director
October 29: Mary DeMarle, video game narrative director
October 8: Caroline May, imagineer
September 24: Nadia Shammas, writer
September 17: Kelly Thompson, writer
September 3: Michelle Yeoh, Awkwafina & Meng'er Zhang, actors
August 13: Jennifer Grunwald, editor
July 30: Kate Herron, director
July 16: Cate Shortland, director
July 2: Angélique Roché, journalist/host
June 18: Gugu Mbatha-Raw & Wunmi Mosaku, actors
June 4: Peach Momoko, artist
May 20: Caroline Kastelic, Zoe Miller & Susie Shircliff, from Marvel's M.O.D.O.K.
May 7: Tini Howard, writer
April 23: Jess Durham, stunt performer
April 9: Sophie Campbell, writer/artist
March 26: Maurene Goo, writer
March 12: Kristen Anderson-Lopez, composer/lyricist
March 5: Kathryn Hahn, actor
February 26: Teyonah Parris, actor
February 12: Natacha Bustos, artist
January 29: Rainbow Rowell, writer
January 15: Jac Schaeffer, writer
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