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Rafer Roberts, Gail Simone, and Matt Wilson Come to the Baltimore Comic-Con!

Rafer Roberts, Gail Simone, and Matt Wilson Come to the Baltimore Comic-Con!

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – August 27, 2014 - In its 14th year, the Baltimore Comic-Con returns to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Friday, September 5th through Sunday, September 7th at the Baltimore Convention Center! 1,624 more words

Comic book reviews: Sensation Comics #1

The past week was insane.  I’ve been dealing with personal stuff and not getting enough sleep.  So naturally enough I didn’t have a chance to blog about various items that I wanted to.  1,218 more words

Comic Books

Baltimore Comic Con 2014: Rafer Roberts, Gail Simone, and Matt Wilson

Baltimore Comic-Con returns to Baltimore‘s Inner Harbor Friday, September 5th through Sunday, September 7th at the Baltimore Convention Center! You thought they couldn’t squeeze a few more guests into their already-packed room? 356 more words

Conventions

How Do You Build a Great Girl Character?

This one time when I was at the bar (and by one time, I mean Tuesday night), I got into one of those taboo conversations about feminism and the treatment of female characters in fiction. 1,072 more words

Comics

Review - Tomb Raider #7 (Dark Horse)

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Writer(s): Gail Simone, Rhianna Pratchett
Artist(s): Nicolás Daniel Selma, Juan Gedeon
Release Date: 27th August 2014 411 more words

Reviews

Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #1 (DC)

Rating: 3.5/5 – Wonder Woman is Getting a Second Title…and She’s in Gotham?
by Comic Spectrum reviewer David Akers.

In a world where filmmakers believe Wonder Woman can’t support her own movie, you might be surprised to discover she’s getting a second comic book series of her own. 451 more words

Comics

Review: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman (#1-2)

SOME SPOILERS BELOW

I was pretty happy when DC announced a digital-first Wonder Woman series featuring rotating characters doing out-of-continuity stories.  As we saw with The Adventures of Superman, giving creators free reign on these characters can, at their best, inject them with energy often lacking in their monthly titles.   346 more words

Comics And Graphic Novels