Five reasons you should be reading Grant Morrison's Batman and Robin.
The phenomenally talented John “Roc” Upchurch took time out of his busy, working artist’s schedule for an interview with Girls Gone Geek.
For fans of Gail Simone's Birds of Prey run, reading issue #1 of the revived series is like that great reunion with an old friend. Simone stepped away from the book three years ago, and it was canceled in 2009. However, she and original collaborator Ed Benes have wasted no time in returning the Birds … Continue reading Birds of Prey #1: Fishnets, Fisticuffs and Fabulousness
Chew Volume 1: Taster's Choice Story: John Layman Art: Rob Guillory Image Comics With all the recent shenanigans at DC, I was mad and stuff. So I'm all, "I'm gonna read more indie books!" Chew was on my list of alternative books, and one of the guys in the GP (my Geek Posse) happened to … Continue reading G3 Review: Chew Volume 1 – Taster’s Choice
First Wave #1 Script: Brian Azzarello Art: Rags Morales Colors: Nei Ruffino DC Comics March 3, 2010 As a fledgling fangirl, I mostly read what others loaned me. In time, I learned what I liked and didn’t. Much of what I enjoy is of the Spandex persuasion and has a strong female presence. Thus, First … Continue reading G3 Review: First Wave #1
As far as my comic-shop file is concerned, 2009 was a good year overall — and it really didn't have that much to do with lantern rings and cape-baiting zombies. DC's "Blackest Night" and many of the tie-ins have been perfectly enjoyable, but the books that stuck with me this year were more about individual … Continue reading Best of the ’09 Pull List: Batwoman in ‘Detective Comics’