Tag Archives: women of comics
Fangirls, I love Captain Marvel. I love that she has a strong relationship with her friend’s daughter, she deals with stuff that a lot of us have to, and she’s a phenomenal lady. In this issue, she’s back in New … Continue reading
Fangirls, every time I read Coffin Hill, I try to mentally prepare myself for the horrors inside. Every time it isn’t nearly enough. Though the comic doesn’t scare me (I feel like turning a page gives you a splash full … Continue reading
Fangirls. I love this series. I get so pumped that it’s been around for a whole dang year now, and it just keeps getting better. It’s incredible how much I love this book, and rereading them to review here is … Continue reading
The other day I went to Earthworld Comics to pick up the stuff from my subscription box. I was browsing around when I remembered Jem came out. I was really excited until I found where I thought Jem should be, … Continue reading
Fangirls, to be totally frank, not much happened in this issue, action-wise. I mean, Anderson Cooper was in it, and Natasha helped blow up a helicopter. Not too much visible action.
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