Where V. drops some knowledge and asks for some in return.
L. fondly recalls SENYC's Reimagining the Female Superhero panel with new quotes from Gail Simone, Amy Reeder, and more!
L. had the distinct pleasure of attending a panel with some of the top female comic creators at Special Edition NYC.
Wonder Woman's distinguished guest appearance in Secret Six is one of our favorite Diana moments.
In her beautifully barbaric way, Red Sonja will give you a reason. So will E. Five of them to be exact.
Hey guys! I'm reviewing stuff again. This week is two quick reviews on Gail Simone's slow-burn in The Movement #4 and the explosive final issue of The Legend of Luther Strode. When The Strange Talents of Luther Strode hit the shelves last year, that book was pure energy and wildly addicting. I actually didn't catch … Continue reading V. reviews The Movement #4 & The Legend of Luther Strode #6
Buried beneath the rubble of SDCC, we did a couple of comic reviews.
V. is left luke-warm by the first issue of The Movement, but is hopeful for what's to come.
G3 talks to Gail Simone about Leaving Megalopolis, the writer-reader relationship, and the character - or characters - she'd like to be.
After sifting through hundreds of pictures, I give you the 100 best photos from our MegaCon experience.
In which we ask Gail Simone about all of the things!
When Gail talks, we listen. Especially when she's talking comics. Here's a rundown of the best bits of the Spotlight on Gail Simone panel at MegaCon 2013.
If you’re ever suffering from a case of fan malaise, find the nearest comics/sci-fi/fantasy/anime convention and go. You won’t regret it. As Megacon reminded me, there’s nothing quite like a con to reconnect a person with the joys of fandom. Spending a few days surrounded by happy people in costumes and talking to the creators … Continue reading E.’s Megacon Highlight Reel
Vanessa and Erika are heading to MegaCon this weekend to meet Gail Simone!
Because diversity of female characters has been lacking in comics, film and just fiction in general, coupled with an upsurge of feminism; there seems to be this perception that IF you choose to portray a female character, then she HAS to be a positive role model. I think that is absurd, unrealistic, and stifling of … Continue reading Gail Simone on Writing Female Characters