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The Power of Heroes

This is hopefully the first in a many-part series on the power of heroes and the possibilities that personal identification with a fictional hero can create. 361 more words

SJW Marvel Take Notes: How To Respond Online

It is becoming normal to see a Marvel writer Tweet things that are clearly bad for business. Writers such as Gail Simone or Dan Slott can often be found virtue signaling or playing victim after getting called out on unprofessional social media outbursts. 12 more words

The Refrigerator Monologues by Catherynne M. Valente, illus. Annie Wu

The lives of six female superheroes and the girlfriends of superheroes. A ferocious riff on women in superhero comics

From the New York Times bestselling author Catherynne Valente comes a series of linked stories from the points of view of the wives and girlfriends of superheroes, female heroes, and anyone who’s ever been “refrigerated”: comic book women who are killed, raped, brainwashed, driven mad, disabled, or had their powers taken so that a male superhero’s storyline will progress. 606 more words


Comic Writer Gail Simone Wants To Pen Script for 'Power Rangers' Sequel

The Power Rangers reboot film is now available for purchase on DVD and for streaming online and it seems like its first week sales are doing much better than people anticipated. 256 more words


Comics journey #2: Gail Simone's Wonder Woman!

I’ve been told that Gail Simone’s take on Diana is one of the best, and I loved the brief glimpse I saw of it, so where better to start than her 2008 run on Wonder Woman? 854 more words


Comics journey #1: Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman!

Having been knocked off my feet by the movie, I’m kicking off my quest for more Wonder Woman with Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman: a 2014-2015 run of continuity-free short stories by a variety of writer/artist teams. 917 more words


Comic Review: Clean Room Vol. 1

When I discovered that Gail Simone was writing a series for Vertigo, I was annoyed with myself for not knowing about it sooner. I mean, seriously Smalerie? 705 more words