Although Carol Danvers, Kamala Khan and Monica Rambeau will technically form a team (really more of a temporary alliance?) in next month’s The Marvels, we still haven’t seen a full roster of female heroes join forces in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Some fans believed Avengers: Endgame‘s much-discussed “A-Force” moment may have been some kind of tease for a future project, but despite several MCU actors such as Elizabeth Olsen and Brie Larson expressing their excitement at the prospect and reportedly bringing the idea to Kevin Feige, nothing official has been announced.
A recent rumor claimed that Marvel Studios was working on a Daughters of Liberty project (whether it was for the big or small screen is not clear) prior to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, and we may now have a little more to go on.
According to CWGST/MTTSH, the Daughters of Liberty will assemble down the road.
Apparently, every character in the image below (aside from Alexa Volkoff, who they mistook for Sharon Carter) will have made their debut either in the MCU or SSU (Sony’s Spider-Man Universe) by 2025. Echo, Peggy and Agent 13Sharon Carter already have, and Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman will most likely emerge from the upcoming Madame Web movie. That leaves Iron Patriot/Toni Ho, Mockingbird, and White Tiger.
In the comics, the Daughters were formed as a sisterhood of guardians protecting knowledge of the new era. They were trained in the ways of magic by Agatha Harkness (who may also join their ranks if this project does see the light of day), and also counted Misty Knight, Shuri/Aja-Adanna and Sue Storm among their members.
If Marvel Studios is looking at the Daughters of Liberty for the first all-female MCU team, it’s most likely an idea that’s being considered rather than something that’s actually in active development. But if the DOL really are on the way, which characters would you most like to see make up the ranks?
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— MyTimeToShineHello (@MyTimeToShineH) October 20, 2023
I mistakenly thought the woman in white was Sharon Carter (which is who I was really referring to), but she’s actually a Russian soldier named Alexa Volkoff from WWII.
She’s not going to appear in the MCU lmao.
— CanWeGetSomeToast (@CanWeGetToast) October 22, 2023
“The Daughters is an all-female hero group originally created by Harriet Tubman in the 18th century to protect America from threats. As we learn later in the series, they were responsible for guarding the super-serum that gave Steve Rogers the powers of Captain America.”