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I'm going to say . . . Monster of Frankenstein. Partially because I like The Monster of Frankenstein (as if people couldn't tell by the avatar) and partially because I know no one else would say it.
Also, we need more comedy in the Marvel Universe that isn't Deadpool. So, some superhero who can be played for laughs but still throw down. She-Hulk? Hercules? I don't know, but someone like that.
Well, most of my favorite characters are pretty well taken care of,so I'm going to have to go with Blade. Blade just seems to be tragically underused most of the time, even when vampires are involved.
Marcus Johnson or Valkryie.
Shang chi series with him and madame web working together to stop bad stuff from happening. Spiderwoman- Agent of Sword.
Nate grey solo with him working at agency X. Rachel Grey solo.
kitty pride as the shroud. Blade solo taking place in the monster city.
Luke Cage. He is already connected to more popular parts of the MU. Has a popular cast member that fans would want to see in Jessica Jones. There is currently not a book(By the Big Two) out there would be anything like it.
Mystique as Marvel Max would be heaven sent.
Ororo Munroe: I have no powers, my body cannot fly. But I no longer mind, for in my heart and soul -- where it truly matters -- I soar higher than the stars!
However, I think that pretty much every character I would want to see with an ongoing wouldn't sell worth a damn, at least not for an extended period of time. As for how I see it, every character that can sell is already selling. For solo characters at Marvel, it's always going to be Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Spider-Man, Wolverine and maybe Daredevil for the solo stars. Everyone else has more of cult status and many readers won't take the risk on them. But if you're like me and like the lesser lights among superheroes, you just take what you can get while you can get it. That's the way it is with comics.
Characters that I think have at least some potential are:
Firestar: college student with cool powers, built in angst-said powers gave her cancer yet she still wants to be a hero...but she does need villains.
Lionheart: can she see her kids now or not?
Spider Woman: she has a past with organized crime (the japanese Yakuza) which I think works better than being an alien hunter. (I would have really loved to see Travel Foreman drawing this book.)
She-Hulk: I will always ask for a Shulkie series.
Mockingbird: away from Hawkeye and leading her own international spy series.
as for male marvel characters...there's not really that many I'm just generally interested in. I would like to see what could be done with Gravity by a different writer. Maybe Shang-Chi with the right creative team.
Not all who wander are lost....