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
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.
What really makes this story stand out is that it’s not about Hawkeye. It’s about Hawkeyes. Plural.
As alternate-universe incarnations of the Spider-Man persona emerged in the Edge of Spider-Verse storyline, Gwen Stacy as Spider-Woman quickly became so popular she was given her own series, due February 2015. What was it … Continue reading The Amazing Spider-Gwen
There has been a recent and long overdue focus on the representation of female characters in comics. Comic books have always held a mirror to conflict and change in our society. This current trend includes Issue #35 … Continue reading Carol Danvers: Iron Man