10 Things You Need To Know About Chalice, British Transgender Superhero

There are many superheroes out there and maybe you’ve heard of all but it’s just maybe because we’re going to tell you about a British transgender Superhero known by the name of Chalice. The first transgender superhero of all-time, though there have been some minor trans-characters recently in mainstream comic books. But, Chalice was the first who got the center-stage. So, here we go to explore Chalice, British Transgender Superhero in our world.

1) Marvel’s veteran Paul Jenkins, wrote the series “Alters”, the art was provided by Leila Leiz, with colors from the talented and great Tamra Bonvillain.

2) Undergoing transition from male to female, she discovers that she’s an “Alter” and has the power to manipulate and play with gravity leading to her double-double life, where she is not yet “out” as either transgender or as a super-powerful being.

3) The interesting thing about the character is that she can only present as a female when she’ll inherit her superhero costume or fighting with a crime.

4) She is living as Charlie Young, a middle brother of three who is worried that her transition is going to affect her family.

5) Her predecessors include Alysia Yeoh, who came out as transgender in a 2013 Batgirl comic and Shvaughn Erin, who is a 1992 Legion of Super-Heroes story was revealed to have been born male.

6) Alters is a story about people around the world who develop strange powers, including Chalice, who gains the ability to control gravity in order to fly.

7) Chalice has been created by AfterShock Comics.

8) The man who created Chalice, whose credits for the company of Marvel includes Inhumans, The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man, and many more.

9) Her folks are dealing with one son stricken with cerebral palsy. She has made the decisions to begin her hormone therapy and is waiting for the right time to tell them.

10) Chalice is a very popular superhero among transgender and has a very big fan-following in the world.

So, what do you think about the character and do you really want the character to come in movies?

Rishabh Naudiyal

"Writing is one of my strengths and all I can say is that I observe things and try my best in order to convert them into words without the pressure of satisfying people's demands."
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