This weekend, Marvel announced the release of A-Force Presents, two trade paperback volumes that collect introductory stories to several of Marvel’s most recent, highly successful female-led titles. Diversity in comic books … Continue reading ‘A-Force Presents’ is an entry point to Marvel’s most popular new titles
Issues 1-4 of Spider-Woman were really a part of the Spider-Verse story line but, now that Jessica is back from fighting alongside the other spider-totems, Marvel have finished the prologue and are ready … Continue reading Jessica Drew hits the streets in Spider-Woman Issue 5
Only some of the gods of ancient Greece have outlived the society that created them, adopted by the Romans and adapted to their culture. Most of the stories of the old gods became obsolete, … Continue reading Why characters and continuity in comic books will always change
DC announced a deluge of Joker-themed variant covers that will be across a range of their titles in June. There’s the usual mix of styles, themes and tone that you’d expect (You … Continue reading Rafael Albuquerque’s ‘Joker’ variant cover is brilliantly executed, but Batgirl is more than just a victim
If you’re interested in how stories are told or how movies are made then you should really be listening to the Scriptnotes podcast. It never fails to be interesting, and in … Continue reading You Have the Rights to Remain Sony. Any webs you do sling may be written down and used in MCU.
If we’re going to tell each other stories, then those stories should have meaning. They should leave us thinking about important issues. Thinking more about ourselves and the people around us. … Continue reading Ms. Marvel reminds us that important stories should be fun to read
Spoiler Alert This post contains spoilers about Batgirl #35 – #39, plus the Batgirl segment of Secret Origins #10. In the first issue of Cameron Stewart, Brendan Fletcher and Babs Tarr‘s … Continue reading Digital Identity in Batgirl