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If youre reading New Mutants, you probably already figured the Magik miniseries is important to read.
Marvel teamup 100 has Karma's first appearance and a second story that's a Black Panther and Storm story that I'm pretty positive is on unlimited that I would recommend looking at.
Marvel teamup annual 6 is a New Mutants and Cloak & Dagger story as well.
Also the X-Men: Worlds Apart miniseries is a four issue story set in Wakanda in the era when Storm was married to T'Challa and it's decent.
The 2014 Ms Marvel is ofc great.
The most recent Fearless Defenders series.
Daughters of the Dragon mini is about two of my fav female characters that don't get a lot of airtime. Overall it's great, but there's a couple jokes that are pr problematic(think of how the IT Crowd is problematic, but it also gets awesome like the IT Crowd gets awesome), so it's a YMMV thing.
1983 Cloak & Dagger miniseries
Runaways is great.
I liked the 2014 All-New Ghost Rider a lot (alas, it is about a dude.)
Christopher Priest's Black Panther Run was solid (from 1999 or 2000, sometime around then)
Ann Nocenti's Daredevil run is WEIRD and interesting she also wrote an 1986 miniseries about Longshot a lesser known X-Men (another dude sorry)
New Mutants was the very first X-Men teen spinoff book from the 1980s it features a female majority team and is a personal fav.
the 2012 (I think) X-Treme X-Men is a really fun cracky series led by Dazzler that can be read out of continuity
NEXTWAVE is just mindless silliness if yr in the mood for that kind of thing.
Yeah this is where I'm at, having just gone through a similar campaign at home.
Also as much as the Sanders campaign has pulled Clinton's rhetoric to the left, potential Republican defectors she wants to attract can easily tempt her to downplay all those things in order to not alienate them; I'm already seeing people basically telling people on the left or other activists to shut up about their issues in the meantime.
Aya series by Marguerite Abouet and Clement Oubrerie: pr light fictional drama series about youth set in the Ivory Coast. Also a film.
Susceptible by Genevieve Castree: really beautifully drawn autobio comic that if I described it I'm sure would sound boring but its simplicity is deceptive.
X-Treme X-Men (the one by Greg Pak not the one by Claremont): This is not a typical X-Men book. It's a team made up of alternate reality characters that go dimension hopping every issue and it's great cracky fun and requires no continuity knowledge. Also the team leader is a mutant superhero slash disco/pop singer.
I also really liked Dwayne McDuffie's "Icon" and Jillian and Mariko Tamaki's "Skim" lately.
Also Joann Sfar's "the Rabbi's Cat" is an all-time favourite.