If you read my article a couple of weeks ago, you might remember that I’m a former comic book girl looking to get back into the genre after a kid-induced hiatus. The prospect of finding new books to read has been daunting since most of what I enjoyed back in the day is done and taking the chance on new stuff is nerve-wracking since my time is limited (again: kids). Imagine my surprise then when I was browsing through the comic book section at a nearby bookstore and happened upon one of DC Comics’ newest titles, DC Bombshells, an alternate universe version of DC superheroes reimagined as women. Continue reading →
Wanted: Sister Geek seeks fellow SGs who love comic books and want to share their recommendations for a comic book that makes me want to reread over and over. Must be consistently interesting. Great art and terrific storytelling desired. All art styles welcome. No superheroes please. Inquire below.
Well, at least in some format. It was recently announced that Xena: Warrior Princess will be getting a reboot in comic book form. Dynamite Entertainment will be heading up the project with Genevieve Valentine as writer and Ariel Medel as the artist behind the illustrations. Continue reading →
Last night, I read my very first comic. If you know anything about me, then you’ll understand that I adore all things bright, cute, and sparkly. Naturally, My Little Pony was my first choice. Where there other options? I don’t know, I was blinded by the cute:
I don’t know why I have such a love for retro housewife dresses, but I can’t get enough of them! Today, my chic of the week find comes from RebeccasDorkyDesigns on Etsy. This gal certainly has good taste! Continue reading →
That’s right. You heard me. Leo and the gang are headed to Gotham to team up with the bat. DC Comics and IDW Publishing are producing a TMNT/Batman crossover comic, scheduled to hit shelves in November. Written by James Tynion (Batman Eternal, Constantine) and drawn by Freddie Williams II (Robin, Captain Atom), the mashup has already garnered lots of attention since its announcement at San Diego Comic Con last week, with a story placing the turtles in a battle against Shredder (no surprise there), General Krang, and most likely a whole slew of Batman villains to go up against along the way. Apparently, Krang has sent the turtles and Shredder across dimensions in an effort to finally rid himself of them all. The comic will be released as a 6-part miniseries with a new edition each week once it debuts. Continue reading →