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Tag Archives: Batgirl
No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara. Check out more of Mike Maihack’s Batgirl & Supergirl comics, because they are AWESOME.
Batgirl of Burnside by Hector Barrientos. For more fan art of the new Batgirl redesign, check out the Batgirl of Burnside tumblr!
EDIT: TOP EIGHT WINNERS Oracle, Huntress, Stephanie Brown, Wonder Woman We’re doing these all at once, because after this it’s only 2 more reounds til we’re done.
Here is Australia we have a great comic scene. There are labels based out of here like Gestalt, there are artists and writers here that are producing great books both independently and for the big labels. A while ago a … Continue reading
I knew this was going to happen. I sat down, picked out which of DC’s New 52 titles I was going to try this month, and I was convinced that I’d figured it all out. I wouldn’t have to worry … Continue reading
With 52 new titles coming out next month, we thought we’d look at which ones we’d put on our pull list. Dee: Oh my. There are so many titles I want and they weren’t necessarily the ones I expected. Let’s … Continue reading
I decided to kick of the women in comics spotlight with a writer and editor who had a major effect on my comics world – Kim Yale. Kim Yale (November 1953-March 1997) was an editor and writer of comics. She … Continue reading
From a marketing perspective I understand DC’s slow release of information about the September re-launch. It keeps them in the news for longer, keeps fans talking and means that nothing gets glossed over or missed. From the perspective of a … Continue reading
Editor’s note (a fancy way of saying Emma talking about herself in the third person at three in the morning): This is the first of a four part series on the gender identity and presentation of the four post-crisis female … Continue reading