The three-issue Image Comics miniseries, written by the Game of Thrones alum and writer Marguerite Bennett, whom she calls her "comic guru," follows a single mom named Maya who discovers she possesses freakish superpowers, and uses them to take on a secret cabal of human traffickers. In an interview with EW, Clarke describes the comic as a Deadpool-esque blend of "a lot of silliness" and tongue-in-cheek humor, combined with a very current feminist sensibility "explored in an extreme genre-bending atmosphere." Clarke added: "We're always calling mothers superheroes, and I'm like, what if they were? What if they legitimately were superheroes?" ALSO: Clarke seemingly confirms on her Instagram Stories she'll be part of Marvel's Secret Invasion on Disney+.
TOPICS: Emilia Clarke, Secret Invasion