Tag Archives: women of comics
I’m not sure where we are, Fangirls. I don’t know what is going on. I don’t know what DC has done with my Batwoman. It’s issue #35, we’re in space, and I can’t follow anything. I’m trying to mourn the … Continue reading
Fangirls, I’m super behind on Black Widow, and for a bit, it’s going to stay that way. See, I thought Widow was in the subscription box I have at Earthworld, so it wasn’t one I looked for on the shelves. … Continue reading
Fangirls, I love Captian Marvel. She’s great, Kelly Sue Deconnick is great, everything is great. Especially this issue.
Fangirls, please tell me you’ve been reading Coffin Hill. It’s so amazing, and is always one of my first reads when I pick up my comics. They’re always so beautiful and gorey, and this issue, the start of the next … Continue reading
Fangirls, part of me just wants to talk about all of the cute boys in Barbara Gordon’s life, and part of me doesn’t. But who needs that second part, right? She’s got the adorable professor (who is way into her), … Continue reading
Fangirls, this is amazing. Squirrel Girl is phenomenal, and hopefully will stay unbeatable. I mean, she’s already got a theme song. She’s the hero we deserve.