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I am taking a writing class at the community college. My only paper has been about karate.

That’s my life in a nut-shell.

It is very strange; I have been telling people that I am going through a mid-life crisis, but that’s impossible because I’m only seventeen. 531 more words

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Here's A Superhero Thing That's Not Actually Terrible, Possibly Educational

When a friend of mine who is obsessed with Wonder Woman had her first daughter, she was psyched to discover there were board books (translation for non-spawned humans: the chunky books for babies with pages made out of cardboard) with Wonder Woman and other superheroes. 264 more words

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Review: Ms. Marvel #9

If you’ve been waiting for Ms. Marvel to be collected, wait no longer! Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal is available TODAY. It collects the first arc, issues #1-5, and you’ll save about a dollar an issue if you buy them in the collection. 268 more words

Pop Culture

Wonder Woman, Truth, and a Bit of Bondage: 'Lasso of Truth' Review

As befitting a play inspired by Golden Age Wonder Woman, Lasso of Truth flaunts a complex collection of seemingly contradictory themes including subjugation, freedom, betrayal, and the subjectivity of truth. 260 more words

Comics

Wear Your Superheroes and Wear Them Forever

This morning while I was perusing my first read through of social media for the day, Empire’s Comics Vault  in Sacramento posted an event that peaked my interest.   388 more words

Where to Find Strong Female Characters in Comics

This week, I’m posting lists of my favorite stories that have female protagonists or POVs. Today I’m featuring comics, including series and individual books. Leave your recommendations in the comments, especially if they’re nothing like these, and check back Friday for open discussion on strong female characters! 578 more words

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The Superheroine And The Evolution of Female Comic Book Characters

The new Wonder Woman (top) compared to the 1970’s iconic Wonder Woman
Photos Courtesy of DC Comics

On October 25, 1940 William Moulton Marston developed Wonder Woman with Elizabeth, his wife. 1,261 more words

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