Everything Marvel touches turns to gold lately, so much so that they decided to take a huge chance and produce the first female-led superhero story, Agent Carter
, which just concluded its eight-episode run. Although many female-led projects are in the works, Peggy Carter is the leader of the pack, and her success or failure will undoubtedly affect the future of the female superhero genre.
So now that the dust has settled, the question is: did she deliver? What should we take from this experience to the next female superhero project? (Spoiler alert: don't read if you haven't finished the season.)