I have a lot of issues with my body; the way it jiggles and how muscles never seem to be defined. I don’t like that I break out in acne often because of my exercise & facial cleaning routines. I don’t like the way my thighs rub together when I walk or run; not just because I don’t like how it looks, but that’s something that can genuinely hurt.
Alright Fangirls. I feel like I have no business telling you my thoughts on Overwatch because I’m not super great at it, and I’ve only played it a couple of times. I also don’t consider myself to be someone who plays first person shooters (I tend to prefer third person, like Ratchet & Clank and Jak & Daxter). But holy mother of butts, I love Overwatch.
“You think you own whatever bar you land in. The stool is just some dead thing you can claim! But I know every rum, and gin, and vodka gives you life, is a spirit, has a name.” Fangirls, this week we’re taking it back to the Disney renaissance, with Pocahontas. Pocahontas sings about punting with all of the colors of the wind, but here we’re going to drink the colors of the wind (mostly reds and blues, but it’s good stuff).
Well, well, Fangirls. Now that things with the Inventor have settled down, it’s time to head into a new story arc for our beloved Ms. Marvel. With a new illustrator, this series heads into a slightly new story, still bearing themes of all the intensity of issues past. The ghosts of the Inventor are still lurking about, and you won’t believe who they’ve got on the case.
Fangirls, I love Catwoman. I love her Catsuit, attitude, and how clever she is. Above all of that, I’m learning how much I love her pantsuit. It sounds foolish, doesn’t it? Loving a character simply for their costume? But I love it because she’s not in the Catsuit anymore. She’s far more powerful now; leading an army of Gotham’s gangsters against the Black Mask ( a more than formidable adversary).
Lady Killer 3 picks up plot threads left throughout issue 2 and really starts things rolling. Rich, Jones and Allred play another fast paced issue full of subtleties and intrigue. We are halfway through the series and edging towards the climax as all the players and pieces start to fit nicely into place. Read More »
When we left off last month, Fangirls, Elektra was on the brink of a big fight with an old friend. This issue brings us a continuation of that and more, including a different style of art. All the names on the cover are the same, so I’m not exactly sure why the illustration has changed so much this issue. Either way, this issue resolves somethings, while a lot of others are just beginning.