Spider-Woman: Shifting Gears Volume 3: Scare Tactics!

Review: I read the first two volumes in this run a while back and had been meaning to catch up on her. The others are reviewed here: Volume 1, Volume 2, and Spider-Women. I finally got a chance to read this one and it was a good send off to the run. I'm not so... Continue Reading →

Femme Friday: Superheroine update!

I wrote about superheroes about a year and a half ago here. Mostly, I went into some of my favorite comic book superheroines at the time but have since found some more favorites and some new women to check out. Headliners I already love: Spider-Woman - cancelled. I had found her during the 3 volume run... Continue Reading →

Paired review: Marvel’s Civil War II and Spider-Woman: Shifting Gears Volume 2

These two really go together and I can't talk about one without going on about the other, though their ratings aren't intertwined. Because here's the thing, I am not a big Captain Marvel fan. She has all the trapping of a character I should love but I just don't. It happens. Iron Man is a... Continue Reading →

TTT: Top Ten Favorite Graphic Novels/Comics

Today's TTT is All about the visuals: Top Ten Favorite Graphic Novels/Comics or Ten Comics on My TBR or Top Ten Favorite Picture Books! Given that my six year old has his own bookcase for of picture books, I did briefly consider using Picture Books, but no. I'm going to take yet another opportunity to... Continue Reading →

Spider-Women

Review: I LOVE Spider-Woman! First she's an Avenger, then she quits to do street-level crime, then she's pregnant and subsequently a new mom, and she's a MENTOR! Where has she been all my life? Oh yeah, covered by the mountain of overly marketed male heroes. Okay, to be honest, I hated her old costume and the way... Continue Reading →

Spider-Woman: Shifting Gears Volume 1: Baby Talk

Review: This comic made my little feminist heart flutter in a whole new way. Female friendships! Kickass women! Truth about maternity and motherhood and being a new mom and just one embellishment about what is humanly possible immediately after a c-section. Jessica Drew is a private investigator, a super hero and...a mom-to-be? Since we last... Continue Reading →

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