We saw an early screening, and I’m happy to report director Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman is everything DC should be doing in all of their movies. It’s epic in scope, as befitting one of DC’s trinity of heroes. It’s does something interesting with Diana’s origin, managing to homage both her classic origin and the more recent… Continue reading Movie Review – Wonder Woman
Subtitled “Ask me about MY feminist agenda”. The thing about this whole mess I don’t get is, why do the misogynist man-babies get so wound up about a book they didn’t read? They are gleefully vile in attacking Chelsea Cain after the cancellation of the Mockingbird series, and the preview of Joelle Jones’s cover to… Continue reading Comics Twitter is a JERK!
This is my daughter, Mattie (and the back of my other daughter, Eva). The girls have taken on my love of comics, mostly due to the show Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. M is wearing her new Captain America hoodie which may be her new favorite possession. Upon seeing it in the… Continue reading The “For Boys” Problem
Spoilers, in case you still haven’t seen it yet. I’ve seen The Dark Knight Rises twice now, and my head is still swirling. After the first time, I agreed with the prevailing sentiment that it was a good finish to the trilogy, but The Dark Knight was better on its own, and left it at… Continue reading The Dark Knight Rises
By now, you may have heard of DC’s mass reboot of most of their comic books, and some of the expected backlash. A new spin, though, is the shall we say gratuitous sexyfication of females that occurred along with it. You can read this response to what’s happened to Starfire from a 7 year-old comic… Continue reading Where Comic Books Make Us Uncomfortable