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Review: Swords of Sorrow #1

(My first piece for The Rainbow Hub after being accepted as a comics writer was a review of the first issue of Dynamite’s Gail Simone helmed, female pulp hero-centric summer event… 572 more words


Sexualizing Was Not Intended

“Demographics may also account for Marvel’s decision to withdraw a variant cover of the then-upcoming Invincible Iron Man #1 that featured a sexualized depiction of fifteen-year-old Riri Williams. 1,223 more words

Preview: Clean Room #13

Clean Room #13

Written by: Gail Simone
Art by: Jon Davis-Hunt
Cover by: Jenny Frison

In the aftermath of “Hell Above, Heaven Below,” we go back to the beginning to learn how Astrid was first affected after her hospitalization…through the eyes of one who cannot see what she sees: her would-be assassin and brother, Peter Mueller. 32 more words


Red Sonja by Gail Simone and Walter Geovani

Well, as you may or may not know, I have been trying to get into graphic novels. I began by reading graphic novels that were tangent stories of novels I loved, Outlander by Diana Gabeldon, and the Hollow series by Kim Harrison. 106 more words

Book Reviews

Wonder Woman (III, Vol. 7): Contagion

Since her very first volume of Birds of Prey, I’m absolutely convinced I have to read everything Gail Simone writes. Lucky for me she wrote some Wonder Woman~ Silly me got the last volume she wrote though so we’re starting at the end with this one XD… 251 more words

Exclusive: Gail Simone mocks the patriarchy in her ‘Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary’ story


Wonder Woman is celebrating her 75th anniversary this year, and DC Comics has been pulling out all the stops. In fact, they declared today – October 21 – to be “Wonder Woman Day” and I”ll be honest, I didn”t know you could just declare holidays and where can I get this kind of executive power? 268 more words


On Writing and Inspiration

My big event of the week was that Gail Simone retweeted me.

It’s not as big of a deal as I’m making it sound. Twitter allows more fan to celebrity interaction than is normal in “every day” life or even other social media platforms. 768 more words