They could have a man for the tech guy. Someone like Maddison Jeffries would be just fine. Anything to get him away from the X-verse. I think Jen Walters is still easily the best Marvel female as a solo character. Songbird would be my second choice because I love when female characters get dark.
Originally Posted by frostfalls
Professor of Power
1. Ms. Marvel
She's getting her own book, yes, but I'm putting her at number one, because I think it'll be relatively successful, both because they're pushing it, and because she is a character with a lot of potential.
I'm relatively sure Storm is the most well known marvel heroine, perhaps not the most well loved in the comic shop, but certainly the most popular outside of "us." She also has one of the richest backstories of the mutants. She'd be a pretty good solo book. World's Apart is a pretty good indication of what a Storm series could be like, and personally, I loved it. Basically, do it like the Wolverine series, but with Storm.
Revisit Previous Angles: Without Black Panther being published, she can basically borrow Black Panther and his entire supporting cast, not to mention deal with Avengers stuff and X-Men stuff.
New Largely Unexplored Angles: As a mage by heritage, giving her some magic storylines could be very interesting (she was in line for Sorcerer Supreme after all),
Main Supporting Cast: T'Challa (Starcrossed love interest), Gentle (sidekick), Cyclops (friendly rival), Medusa (fellow uberqueen/new friend)
Rogues Gallery: The Morlocks, Shadow King, Ozymandias (all previous rogues for first few story arcs), Borrowed Wakanda-based Enemy, new Mutant-based enemy, new magic-based enemy
Okay, I got a bit carried away, I guess, but it just seems really doable. I liked World's Apart and Before the Storm too.
3. She Hulk
Not sure why her series stopped, honestly. She is the most social of these heroes, and the easiest to empathize with, imho. She's the most down to Earth in just about every way, and that leads to a lot of great stories. The emphasis, imho, shouldn't be on her rogues. She can find rogues in zany situations. That's what it should be all about. Give her Squirrel Girl as her personal assistant, stuff like that. Use legal stuff to keep the guest spots coming in, and then throwback to obscure and zany (that word again) Marvel stuff from the silver age. Keep the writing light and snappy, and then build her personal story arc in the background where she eventually rampages on everybody.
4. Black Widow
The spy world doesn't get a lot of play. SHIELD is generally a big sprawling supporting character. It'd be interesting to see the tip of their spear. A thriller book could be fun to write too. Widow is the perfect vehicle for that.
5. Shuri, Black Panther
Not sure what happened before, but it seemed to be doing well.