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Author Archives: Lina
“What do you think of the news about Lady!Thor?” This question has been running rampant through the blogosphere and beyond since Marvel’s announcement last week. As a comic book fan of the female persuasion, I lost the ability to count … Continue reading
Pretty Deadly, Volume 1: The Shrike Story: Kelly Sue DeConnick Art: Emma Rios Colors: Jordie Bellaire Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Image The moment that Pretty Deadly was announced, I mentally added it to my pull list. I knew that at the very … Continue reading
Webcomic Wednesdays is a weekly feature here at Girls Read Comics Too. Each week, we like to shine a spotlight on one of the webcomics that we happen to keep up with on the interwebs. Pumpkin Spiced is an adorable … Continue reading
Story: Nathan Edmondson Art: Phil Noto Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Behind the cut is a review for Black Widow, volume 5, issue 1. There are light spoilers for this issue, but none for future issues. If you’d like to go in complete … Continue reading
Webcomic Wednesdays is a feature here at Girls Read Comics Too. We like to shine a spotlight on one of the webcomics that we happen to keep up with on the interwebs. Altar Girl is a cute little comic whose existence … Continue reading
There will be light spoilers for the wholly ignorant, but anyone with a passing knowledge of the premise should be good to go!
I’ve been keeping up with the Battle of the Atom event and decided to give it a review midway through the arc. There will be some light spoilers, so please keep that in mind before clicking the jump!
For a variety of (spectacularly boring) reasons, I wasn’t able to spend as much time at Baltimore Comic Con this year as I have in the past. However, I did manage to canvas the floor, meet a ton of really … Continue reading
“I’m thinking of starting to read comics. Where do you think that I should start?” That question (and various iterations of it) holds the dubious honor of being both my favorite and my least favorite question to be asked. I … Continue reading