Originally published on GeekMom As a kid, I adored the Nancy Drew mystery series. Someone had given me a set of an older version of the books when I was 7 or 8 years old. I loved the adventures of Nancy and her friends Bess and George (for those not in the know, both Bess… Continue reading Goldie Vance: The Detective Comic You Should Be Reading
Originally posted on GeekMom Normally, when something you like gets nominated for an award, that’s a good thing. Normally, when something you like gets nominated for an award that is important to a cause or belief that is important to you, that’s a great thing. But today, seeing that one of my favorite stories got… Continue reading Marvel Drops the Ball On GLAAD Nominated Comics
I expected to have a lot more to talk about this week; Hawkeye: Kate Bishop released Volume 2 earlier this month, and Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Volume 4 came out this past week, but I didn't buy either one since Marvel is about as useful to me right now as a bag of smashed assholes. Oh well, what the hell, I suppose.
diversity isn’t a fucking trend. The world outside my window involves people who encompass a spectrum of skin colors and genders and sexualities and ability levels and neurology types. Maybe Marvel’s windows have gotten smaller over the years
Batwoman #8 and 9, America #7 and 8, Invincible Iron Man omnibus, The Stone Sky and more.
Ms Marvel Masterworks, Wrong To Need You, Jessica Jones and more: what's on my shelves this week.
Carol Danvers got her first solo series in the 1970s; the first Marvel Masterworks volume covers the first so-called feminist Marvel superhero.