Tag Archives: women of comic books
Fangirls, as soon as I saw the cover of Batgirl 40, I knew my predictions had come true. I had a feeling that Barbara Gordon’s algorithm had become corrupted and started blabbing her secrets to everyone; contacting her boyfriend and … Continue reading
Fangirls, are you reading Squirrel Girl? Because you should be. Issues 1 and 2 were pretty basic; we were introduced to Doreen Green, a college student who is also Squirrel Girl (who has powers of both Squirrel and Girl!). She … Continue reading
Fangirls, when I read this new crime-family-boss Catwoman, my mind goes back and forth between yaas Catwoman get it, and wait, what? It’s a confusing life, and since reading about crime families is such foreign territory to me (the closest I’ve read similar … Continue reading
Fangirls, Harley’s life is super hectic, and I am feeling that so much. It’s a crazy time right now, for both me and Harls. She’s running around saving people from buildings, and I’m finalizing plans for graduation and a trip … Continue reading
Fangirls, I hope you’ve been reading Captain Marvel because this issue celebrates a momentous occasion; the 100th solo issue of Captain Marvel, and the 10th issue of this run. It’s fantastic. To celebrate, the story is told in a way … Continue reading
Fangirls, I love Catwoman. I love her Catsuit, attitude, and how clever she is. Above all of that, I’m learning how much I love her pantsuit. It sounds foolish, doesn’t it? Loving a character simply for their costume? But I … Continue reading
Fangirls, you better be reading Lumberjanes. It’s very important to me.