Posts tagged: Stephanie Brown
Just eight women remain in competition. And remember these women are here because YOU chose them. You chose the 32, you chose the winners in the prior two matches. And now … it is going to get very painful.
Today we have two women from Gotham (like 7 our 8 of these quarterfinalists) who both wear…
As I started planning my best and worst of 2011 for DC women, a year which saw enormous change and debate, I thought that rather than just offering my opinion, I’d ask other smart comic reading women from across the net to give me some of their best and worst of the year as well. I’m glad I did. First, because it helped me remember some things I forgot and more importantly because they had brought some good commentary.
When I do these, I never know where to start — do I praise first and criticize later? Or do I get the criticism out of the way first and then end on a positive note. Or do I just flip a coin a la Two-Face?
The coin said worst goes first so here we go! I want to note there were a lot of answers and I wish I could have included all of them but I tried to include the consensus (if any of you ladies want to post your whole list I’ll be glad to link). Some other topics, such as the change to Wonder Woman’s origin, will be touched upon in the next post which will have a whole list of positives so be assured this isn’t going to be only a negative endeavor.
So many Robins! The next issue of Batman: The Brave and the Bold features all the Robins. Click through for more—including more page scans—at Comics Alliance. (Link fixed).
I’m kinda sad based on what I saw coming out of SDCC yesterday. Why? Let me show you:
Catwoman with her bra showing. And why not? According to the writer, “This is a dirty, dirty book, and you’re going to enjoy it.” Why? Because Catwoman is “a chick in a catsuit who steals things” “If…
Sigh. Just… sigh.
Bleeding Cool has unveiled a very interesting video. And sad. It’s a DC writer Dylan Horrocks speaking at the Auckland’s Reader’s Fest about what was going on at DC when Stephanie Brown was killed in War Games.
It’s upsetting. And it’s depressing. Here’s some of the comments:
The whole way…