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Category Archives: Women of Comic Books
Oh Fangirls, there’s always just too many weeks in between our chats about my beloved Batwoman. But, it just makes it even better when the time comes. I’ve been on the edge of my seat a bit with all of … Continue reading
Fangirls! This comic is just getting better & better & better & better. With every issue that comes out, I’m more pulled in and find myself rooting harder & harder for Kamala Khan. I didn’t think I could be such … Continue reading
Hey there, Fangirls! Last time we left off with the Thinker transporting his consciousness into OMAC, King Shark fighting daddy shark Kamo, and Harley dropping a mountain on the rest of the Squad. It was pretty eventful, and it doesn’t … Continue reading
Fangirls, as I’m sure you’ve heard, Thor has a “new” face. A far more feminine face. And I have some seriously mixed feelings.
Wow do I love this series. I literally screamed “what?!” at least four times during one issue. Like shit though. So good. Let’s dive right in.
Hey Fangirls! I know issue 9 of Coffin Hill came out this past week, but work hasn’t believed in time off (except for ConnectiCon), so I’m behind. I’ve missed two Wednesdays of comics in a row, and I am not … Continue reading
I’m sorry, what? A tv show based on the coolest comic I’ve read in ages?
Awhile back, I had an interview with the ever fantastic Solomon Fletcher and the other day they sent me a copy of their comic The Forest which was printed for the NRMLC Zine of the Month Club in March. It … Continue reading
I love Catwoman. Like really. She’s a babe who knows how to kick ass, dresses well, and has expensive tastes. Hot damn. I was reading an issue the other day and exclaimed “WHOAH WHOAH WHOAH Catwoman, WHATTA BABE.” Natalie reminds … Continue reading
Hey Fangirls! A couple weeks back I was lucky enough to go to Special Edition: NYC and meet some absolutely lovely independent creators. I think independent creators are some of the most amazing and inspiring people on the planet. They … Continue reading