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Review: Tomb Raider #9

The transition from other mediums into comics can be a bumpy and perhaps no character typifies this better than Lara Croft.  Though not much of a video game player at any point in my life, for the short period that I was involved with video games I did play the first couple of… 420 more words


Trans* Characters in Comics (a whole new era)

I’ve around my friends extolled the virtues of a recent progressive move from various comic creators towards a brilliant future that we all get to benefit from. 254 more words

Barabara Gordon


Written by Gail Simone
Drawn by Jim Calafiore
Colored by Jason Wright
Lettered by Dave Sharpe
Published by Painfully Normal Productions LLC

This original graphic novel began as… 692 more words

Graphic Novels

NYCC'14: Vertigo Announce New Titles from Gail Simone and Tim Seeley

At their panel yesterday, Vertigo announced the launch of two new comics in 2014, in the form of ‘Effigy’ by Tim Seeley/Ziggy Marcone and ‘Clean Room’ by… 178 more words


My Love Hate Relationship with the Comic Book Industry

Given that this weekend is New York Comic Con I’ve decided to stray a little from gaming and focus more on Comic Books, specifically women’s portrayal in them. 506 more words


Batgirl 35: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back Off a Cliff

by El Anderson

With issue 34 of Batgirl (and the Future’s End one-shot) writer Gail Simone concluded her work on the series. Simone wrote the character during her time as Oracle, several of her stints on Birds of Prey, and even managed to smooth over her abrupt transition back to prowling the rooftops of Gotham after the New 52 reboot, keeping sales figures high and fans reasonably appeased despite the loss of Oracle as an amazing, singular character, a thousand forced event tie-ins, one failed attempt to fire her by email, and a general corporate outlook that could charitably be described as bullheaded at best and more often moronic. 3,165 more words

Comic News

Batgirl Premium Figure Announced

Today marks a new era for Batgirl, as issue 35 hits the shelves. We say goodbye to the talented Gail Simone, and hello to duo Cameron Stewart and Brendan Fletcher, along with upcoming artist, Babs Tarr – who, as a team, completely redesigned Barbara Gordon for their new comic series. 138 more words