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Woman Crush Wednesday: Daisy “Quake” Johnson (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D)

Daisy Johnson has one of the best character development arcs I’ve ever seen.  Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D itself is a very under-rated series in the MCU, and one of its better achievements is the re-imagining of the character of Daisy Johnson, who first originated in Marvel Comics in 2004.  In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Daisy starts out as an orphaned hacktivist who goes by the name Skye, a name she gave herself.  After a demonstration of her skills, Phil Coulson offers her a place on his team.

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Woman Crush Wednesday: Jessica Huang (Fresh Off The Boat)

I’ve been wanting to watch Fresh Off The Boat pretty since I started seeing GIFS of Jessica Huang being amazing.  Once the entire series went up on Hulu, I immediately jumped on it and was not disappointed.  Jessica, who should really be credited as the show’s breakout character, is a hilarious, pragmatic, tough-talking mother of three.  In her youth, she immigrated to the United States from Taiwan and is now a successful real estate agent.

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Woman Crush Wednesday: Juliet Burke (Lost)

When we first meet Juliet Burke, she is an absolute enigma. Who is she, really? What does she want? More importantly, whose side is she really on? As it turns out, knowing where her loyalties lie is moot, since Juliet herself doesn’t always know which side she’s on. She shifts allegiances depending on what works best for her at any given time. However, once she does decide to have someone’s back, you have her loyalty forever, no matter what.

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Woman Crush Wednesday: Joan Watson (Elementary)

Those of you familiar with Sherlock Holmes already recognize the name. Joan Watson is not only a gender-bent John Watson, but a race-bent one as well. In Elementary, John Watson is re-imagined as Joan Watson, a Chinese-American surgeon. Instead of a military career, Joan has instead accidentally killed a patient during surgery, which led to her abandoning the profession to become, at first, a sober companion. This is how she meets Sherlock Holmes.

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