I have heard nothing but the best about Spider Gwen. It’s been out for quite some time, I know, but I wanted to check it out no matter how late I was. The book is beautiful, and the story is interesting, so let’s get into it.
Guess who is behind on Monday Comics? If you guessed me, the girl whose wifi isn’t working properly and is super tired at 5am, then you guessed correctly. Monday’s are always tough, because I’ve taken over for an early morning person at work, and Mondays are the earliest of days. I’m not super into leaving my house at 6:45am, but I am all about getting done by 4pm. Sadly, the early mornings have put me way behind with writing, and I’m sorry about that. But I’m going to do my best to get back on top of that.
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!
Aw nuts, Fangirls. This issue is where stuff gets done, and I’m so excited to be reading Squirrel Girl again. Breaks between reviews are tough, but there are so many comics, and so little time! A Fangirl’s gotta do what a Fangirl’s gotta do.
So Victor Von Doom just shows up out of the past and expects everyone to bow to him, what’s up with that?
Things just got super nuts in Doreen Green’s life, and not in the “surrounded by piles of acorns” way.
Fangirls, why is marvel doing this? Why are they sending out new #1s? It’s cruel, and irritating, and to be honest, it doesn’t really seem like things have changed. Squirrel Girl is now in her second year of Computer Science school, has moved out of her dorm into an apartment with Nancy, and it seems like things are pretty run of the mill.