Hello, dear readers. Just as a heads up this is going to be the last NRRD PROBZ of 2012. It will return on January 8th, so have a wonderful holiday and send in those questions! "Gail Simone got sacked! If I wanted to start reading some Gail Simone books, where do I start?" I KNOW … Continue reading NRRD PROBZ – 12.11.2012
No matter how you felt about Oracle and Stephanie Brown's absence from DC's 52, Barbara Gordon's return as Batgirl was an undeniable success. A success for diversity. Because Barbara being shot by the Joker in The Killing Joke remained in continuity, Barbara Gordon was healing from a traumatic injury. In returning her to the streets … Continue reading On Gail Simone’s Removal from Batgirl
V.'s Black Canary cosplay photo gallery
V. kicks off her memorable moments of 2011 reminiscing about the final issue of Secret Six.
I have intentionally been quiet about the new DC books these past couple of weeks. Mostly because every site and its mom is reviewing them, E. has covered a few, too. What more could I possibly say that hasn't been said? Well, I've always got something to say. I'm not picking up all of the … Continue reading G3 Review: DCnU Score Card
Combine every relentless hardass you've ever known, add a dose of supreme confidence and combat training, provide scary federal credentials, and put it all in one intimidating package topped off with a severe ponytail. The result? Katrina Armstrong, aka Spy Smasher.As written by Gail Simone in the Birds of Prey “Blood and Circuits” arc, Ms. … Continue reading Friday Favorite: Spy Smasher
Our darling Gail has a knack for creating new characters. Misfit, Black Alice, Ragdoll, Scandal! All of them awesome in their own right. But no one quite takes the cake like Jeannette. She was a bit of a mystery when she first joined the Six. We knew she had money, we knew she was friends … Continue reading Friday Favorite: Jeannette
Huntress' swag and stellar instincts shine in Birds of Prey #11.
By now, you've probably seen Gail Simone's fierce, utterly awesome rebuttal to an aspiring comic book writer who said, essentially, that characters should not be forced on publishers for the sake of inclusion. Specifically, gay characters. This person's argument is annoying for a number of reasons, but what struck me is how frequently I've … Continue reading A Word About Diversity
Moxie! Huntress has it.
Catman gone wild.
Today, Girls Gone Geek is participating in a comic blog crossover event to tell readers about good books that are a little under the radar. E.'s pick is Gail Simone's Welcome to Tranquility.
Vanessa G's favorite panel of the week.
Gail Simone's letter on the importance of female comic readership.
The million dollar question: Who is White Canary!? Well, we still don't know. It's okay though, this issue was excellent.