It is safe to say that this is my absolute favorite comic out there right now, Fangirls. Hands down. Anyone who isn’t reading this right now is seriously, seriously missing out. It’s hilarious and inspiring, and the development of Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel) is just so well done. She’s such a brilliantly real character. I’ve found myself rereading this series just about every month, before a new issue comes out. But I was so darn excited to see what happens with her & Wolverine, I went right in for the issue #7 goods.
It’s that time again, Fangirls. I’ve sat down and yapped into a camera about all the exciting things to come our way over the next month, and some cool (and not so cool) things that have already come our way. I talk comics, games, shows, and attractive people.
Its back, Fangirls! I know that I am one of many who struggles to patiently awaits this comics return, whether it be monthly or if there’s a whole painful gap in between. Either way, when it returns, it’s like sweet release. Much like our main characters experience, or at least used to. Things recently have changed a bit for our Jon & Suzie, and by the end of this issue, certainly get a lot messier.
Hey Fangirls! Last time we left off with Harley, she had just finished her missions with SyBorg and found Ivy in her apartment. Ivy said she had pinpointed the person who put the hit on Harley, and this one picks up right there.
Noto & Edmondson are at it again, and I really hope they don’t stop. These two issues don’t have too much in common, but they’re good and there are only a couple of weeks before the next issue, so why not put them together, right?
Fangirls! Since last summer, I’ve been trying to get my hands on this book. I jumped up and down, shouting & squealing when I finally did about two weeks ago. Atomic Robo is a fantastic independent series done by two very nice men, about a super cool robot and his adventures through time (mostly WWII era) and the intense situations & battles he gets himself into. It’s pretty much the coolest science adventure comic ever. And what’s great is that you can jump around different volumes, you don’t need to start with one and work your way through. So that’s why today, we starting with volume seven, because it’s just so fucking awesome.
Hey Dikrats! I was really lucky last month, to get to interview the creative team behind Quicksand Jack (the super cool comic written by the writers from Starkid Productions). It took me waaaay too long to finish writing it up, but they’ve been really patient with me. I can’t express how much of an honor it was to sit down for half an hour and talk to these folks. Nick and Matt have been my heroes since high school, and I went into full Fangirl mode when they just replied to my email. It reminded me of why I love doing this. So without further ado, my interview with the Quicksand Jack Creative Team!