I am Groot.
This is just fun!
V. tells you which comics to read this week.
pull list wor·thy
po͝ol list wərT͟Hē
1. a comic book that is deserving of effort, attention, respect and purchase.
“Bitch Planet is such a provocative read, it is totally pull list worthy.”
Happy Wednesday, nerds! I have cultivated a fine list of pull list worthy comics for you to check out when you hit your comic shop this week. In the mean time, tell me what’s on your pull list in the comments! Continue reading “Pull List Worthy Comics: January 20”
Artist Chris Stevens never ceases to impress with his character pin-ups.
L. reviews the highly-anticipated Spider-Gwen!
Having rattled many a figurative comics cage in my blogging time in attempts to get publishers to take notice (and they didn’t), it is beyond gratifying to see Spider-Gwen #1 come to print. Last September, a spidey-powered Gwen Stacy graced the pages of Edge of the Spider-Verse #2 as just an alternate-world character, but the fan response was so overwhelmingly positive that Marvel gave Gwen her own book.
What does that mean? Continue reading “REVIEW: Spider-Gwen #1”
Thor, in all her glory.
Waid and Samnee continue to create an excellent comic in DAREDEVIL.
Tons of my comic nerd colleagues sing the praises of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee’s Daredevil. So, I have known for like years that I should probably read it, but it’s just one of many books I had not gotten around to reading yet. Continue reading “REVIEW: Daredevil #12”
Cute and fierce, all at the same time.
Gwen Stacy makes a pretty cool Spider-Woman.
Ever since Spider-Gwen was announced, the comic world has been buzzing with praise for her design, cosplayers are popping up at cons and there was an all-around anticipation-high for the character. Jason Latour and Robbie Rodriguez’s Edge of Spider-Verse #2 features Gwen Stacy as the unwitting soul who got bit by a spider in all her tenacious glory. It’s a strong start and a great (girl) character. You can read my full review HERE.
Your favorite Marvel characters drawn as babies (and sometimes kids) by artist Skottie Young. All in one adorable place!
We love our leading ladies, and the latest superheroine to get her own title is She-Hulk. Check Lindsey’s full review right HERE!
A ton of hype surrounded the launch of the all-female X-Men team, and now hype is about all that’s left.
The all-female X-Men started off full of promise. The first issue had a solid premise and was graced with Olivier Coipel’s stellar lines. The first arc laid the groundwork for a variety of female characterizations we rarely get to see in superhero comics like single-motherhood and alpha-female postulating. Continue reading “On Marvel’s All-Girl X-Men”
Ms. Marvel #1 is a must-read, must-buy comic.
There’s been plenty of buzz surrounding the release of Ms. Marvel #1 featuring a new title character, Kamala Khan. Kamala is a 16 year-old Pakistani-American, Muslim geek girl who loves the Avengers, fantasizes about being super and just wants to fit in with her peers. Continue reading “Kamala Khan Day!”
Seasons change and so do our pull lists. G3 is keeping you up-to-date and in style with a list of comics you should probably be reading.
Time flies when you’re reading comics and before we knew it, summer was over. As the leaves change, so do our pull lists. And so, Girls Gone Geek has the latest and greatest comics YOU should be reading. Continue reading “Comics You Should Be Reading: Fall 2013 Edition”
V. is pleasantly surprised by Captain America #11.
Based on my glorious experience with Uncanny X-Force, I already knew Rick Remender was a good writer. While I have plenty of faith in his talent, I didn’t think he was so good that he could make a character like Captain America compelling.
I was wrong.
What do I mean by “a character like Captain America?” He’s as white-bread and straight-edge as it gets. While I don’t actively dislike the character, he certainly wasn’t interesting to me … until now. In just one issue, I like the guy. I may even come back around for another issue or two.
You can read my full review of Captain America #11 HERE.