Category Archives: Women of Comic Books
Forty-two is the answer, right? To life, the universe, and everything? Sadly, this issue didn’t really answer anything, it just brought up more questions. And though I’m getting frustrated with Selina Falcone, I’m glad she’s getting back into her catsuit … Continue reading
I know I’m behind, Fangirls, but I’m working to catch up. These three issues show us what happens to The Roanoke cabin when they’re given a free day to split up and do what they want; Jo, April, and Ripley … Continue reading
I’m not crying over this comic, you are.
Fangirls, comics sure have been doing me right lately. Captain Marvel made me cry, Power Up was rad as hell, Black Widow never disappoints, and now Black Canary has found her way into my pull box and heart. That was … Continue reading
Fangirls, I’ve been freaking out over Black Widow since I first started picking up her comics. Mostly I’ve been freaking over how great it’s been, but now I’m losing it over Natasha’s safety. This issue did not end the way … Continue reading
Fangirls, I would like to really urge you to read Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Captain Marvel. The series is over, but Carol Corps is taking over, and I’m excited for that, but I am incredibly affected by the happenings of these … Continue reading