Marvel and the next Latino superhero on the big screen
The end of the Avengers era is an excellent chance to include a Latino story in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
The importance of this character not only lies in his super strength but in the fact that he was the first Latino and Puerto Rican superhero of Marvel, appearing for the first time in the comics in 1975. He is the older brother of Ava Ayala, the fifth generation and current White Tiger, who is an active advocate for the Hispanic community in the United States. She has already appeared in the animated television series "Ultimate Spider-Man."
She is a lesbian teenager with Latino heritage (unspecified) whose story is currently being written by Queer Latino artist Gabby Rivera. It is by far the most important representation of the LGBT + community in the recent history of Marvel. Her powers include the ability to fly and the possibility of making interdimensional travels.
This Brazilian superhero had small participation in the "X-Men: Days of the Future Past" movie, played by Mexican actor Adan Canto. Even though it will not be the lead role on a solo movie, it was announced that he would have a big role in the upcoming film "New Mutants" (premiere: August 2019), played this time by the Brazilian actor Henry Zaga.
It is the fifth character to become Ghost Rider and the second with Latino heritage (after the Nicaraguan Alejandra Jones). He was played on the big screen by Nicolas Cage years ago and on "Agents of Shield" is currently being played by Mexican origin actor Gabriel Luna.
We exist, and we want to save the world, we have a lot of strength and determination, but we don't want to have only one superpower: invisibility.