I stumbled into it again, Fangirls. I downloaded an app that seemed innocent. Then, I found my self grunting, death gripping my phone, praying that this time I would get it right. This time I would move on to the next level. All the dramatic music the app plays doesn’t help. Read More »
Well Fangirls, it seems that issue 8 is finally giving us something to hold on to. After a run of a few more bland comics in the series, it finally seems to be getting back on it’s feet. Which is a delight, because a comic that started out so fantastic, shouldn’t waste its potential like that. This issue certainly give us some meat on it’s bones.
This series has been a whole lot of ups & downs for both Scott Summers & the reader. Parts of this series really could be better, but for the most part, it has been better than expected. Now it’s got a new writer & artist, and it’s tough to tell exactly what that means for Cyclops. Because not a whole lot happened this issue.
Fangirls! It feels like an eternity since I’ve talked about She-Hulk, it always does. To be honest, though, I wasn’t missing it that much. The last few issues of this series felt a little lack luster to me, covered in odd illustration, and frustrating plots. Now, they seem to have officially abandon the story that was happening before, and have started a new arc featuring the one and only Captain America.
I am so very deeply in love with this series, Fangirls. Every issue leaves me more impressed than the last. The series is so engaging and exciting, with just the right kind of humor and realness. Issue eight is a beautiful display of all this, with an extra dose of unbelievable cuteness now that Lockjaw has gotten involved.
This comic, Fangirls. This fucking comic. I don’t think I’ll ever get over how amazing it is, especially when every issue is even more enjoyable than the last. All the gaps in between each issue, though frustrating, are so worth the wait. They’ve got to take their time to make a series this damn good. Last issue, things were getting intense. There was a dildo battle, a whole lot of feelings, and I was left up in the air wondering what this issue would bring. A lot of it ended up being quite unexpected.
Spoilers are a plenty in this issue, Fangirls, beware!
Fangirls, it has been too long since a Rat Queens comic came out. I guess since Wiebe, the author, just had a daughter with his wife, it’s alright that the wait was so long. But let me tell you, it was worth it.