Fangirls, I first picked up giant days when it originally came out January 2015, read a couple issues, then didn’t pay it much attention. It’s a Boom! Box book, originally only going to be 6 issues long, but extended it after issue 3. It’s a wonderful comic, about three roomies in college, trying to function and figure things out.
Fangirls, I can not get enough of this comic. Doreen and her computer science major friends are all stuck in the past, fighting Doctor Doom and his Doombots, when someone from the future shows up! It’s hella future old woman Squirrel Girl! Not only is this the cutest possibility, but it’s the best!
Fangirls, the final issue of A-Force came out, and it did not disappoint. There are a couple things about this ending that I love, so let’s get started.
Issue 5 picks up right where 4 left off, with the battle to save Arcadia from the zombies beginning. It’s first panel, however, is not the battle; it’s something beautiful. It show the four main faces of the A-Force as She-Hulk narrates what Arcadia and the A-Force mean to the Battleworld.
Fangirls, the amount of crap that hit the fan in issue 5 of Black Canary absolutely astounded me. I was super taken aback by the ending, and will definitely be talking about it; so if you haven’t read this latest issue, I wouldn’t click that more tab.
Welcome to the latest installment of the Jem Recapathon!
Over the last few months I’ve been keeping tabs on a wild ride of feminist discrimination over in China, Fangirls. It doesn’t seem to be getting much attention, and I think that’s just as bad as the event itself. The fight for equality isn’t just here at home, it’s an international problem. Not to be a downer, but when you blow feminism up to a global scale, you realize how much work needs to be done. What has happened in China with these five women is a perfect example of that.
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 a highlight of every day I spend with these books.