Holy sheiiit, Fangirls. It’s only two issues in, but I’m in love with Gotham Academy.
Fangirls! This comic is just getting better & better & better & better. With every issue that comes out, I’m more pulled in and find myself rooting harder & harder for Kamala Khan. I didn’t think I could be such a huge fan of a 16 year old girl, but hand me a foam finger, Fangirls. Ms. Marvel is discovering herself & her powers and trying to balance being 16 and being a shape shifter and kicking so much butt in the process. Issue #5 brings us inspiration, robotic cats, and super snot.
So the Destiny Beta was released a few days ago and I have been playing the heck out of it! Even with the low level cap, the limited missions, and only 2 maps being available for online competitive play, the game already looks great.
Ice to see you, Fangirls! A creation of Bob Kane himself, Mr. Freeze is one of the many “joke” villains created to oppose Batman. He’s also one of my favorites. He’s not threatening, which is probably why people don’t really respect him or take him seriously. But I like his back story, probably because I’m a sucker for any sort of motive regarding love. I don’t care what people think about Mr. Freeze, I think he’s pretty cool.
While perusing the library the other day for something Bat-tastic, I discovered something both unknown and unexpected. In the early 2000’s, a television series was made, only one season unfortunately, about the Birds of Prey. Well, sort of.
Hey Fangirls! The other day I was recommended and sent a pdf for a comic called The Adventures of Aero-Girl. The title and art intrigued me, so I read it, and was happily surprised.
So, I understand that this game came out a month or two ago now, but I really enjoyed it. It’s something even a newbie to the series can enjoy, and I think that was their intent here. There are some latent references to the specifics of the previos two games but nothing that will hinder the understanding of the story.Read More »