This article is also available to be read on ComiConverse Colorful transformations, fighting for justice with love, and bravely standing up to the forces of evil all while wearing heels. To any fan of anime, the magical girl genre is immediately recognizable, with series’ like Sailor Moon and Card Captor Sakura often being the shows … More Interview with Shauna Grant of Princess Love♥Pon
I’m also most certainly not sleeping. My apologies to any visitor who’s been reading my work – I’ve been very bogged down with school work these last few weeks and I haven’t had time to read, let alone interview. I will get back to posting soon since I have some great comics to read, but … More Inactivity Update – I’m not dead!
I will be very honest here, I’ve only read two issues of this series, but after those two issues alone I couldn’t bring myself to read more. From a female perspective, the Starfire comic series is a train wreck. The titular character is an alien princess named Koriand’r – shortened to Kori – who is … More My thoughts on Starfire by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti
On February 2, 2016 Alterna Comics will celebrate 10 years of bringing the world great indie comics. While the creator of Alterna, Peter Simeti, was too busy for a live interview, he did agree to talk with me over email. Everyone knows groundhogs day for two reasons; the classic movie starring Bill Murray, and that … More 10 Years of Alterna Comics – an interview with Peter Simeti
Complex is, in a word, just as it is named – complex. However, not in the way that one would think. Complex is a detailed, enthralling story that winds the reader in it’s web and draws him or her in for more, page by page. Yet despite the many angles and layers there are in … More Interview with Michael Malkin of Complex
After the cancellation of Birds of Prey, Black Canary was given her own title series written by Brenden Fletcher. This series feels out of place from the very beginning – but I’m not sure I would consider that bad. Black Canary goes directly from a superhero team to join a band as its lead singer. … More My thoughts on Black Canary by Brenden Fletcher
So I’ve been watching a lot of Ninja Turtles lately. A lot. Of Ninja. Turtles. This goes a little bit outside the scope of my blog, but the show started out as a comic book, so not too far. Let me start by saying that I love the Ninja Turtles. I love every aspect I’ve … More My thoughts on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) and TMNT (2003)