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Monday, 31 October 2016 14:46
I know I’m a bit late on reporting this, but there was a travesty that was committed by Marvel Comics and Midtown Comics on Friday, October, 21, 2016. You see J. Scott Campbell, creator of Danger Girl, had a variant cover of Invincible Iron Man #1 featuring Riri Williams, the successor to Tony Stark in the pages of Iron Man, pulled because it was too “provocative” and “sexualized.” Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Monday, 18 January 2016 13:47
I am sure you Vampirella fans are already aware of comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment's plans to strip classic comic book superheroine of her iconic bikini-clad outfit as part of its Vampirella comic series volume 3 launch plan, with the new volume to begin in March. For years, as a comic book fan, I have managed to tolerate the costume changes of a number of comic book superheroes, but to tell you the truth, when I first heard the news of costume design change plans, I was horrified as I realized the possibility that the publisher might have lost respect for what makes Vampirella well...Vampirella (her fashion tastes included). Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Monday, 09 November 2015 16:38
Days ago, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. launched the first-ever television series to feature the famous comic book superheroine Kara Zor-El in the sole protagonal role. Yes, I am talking the new hit American live-action television series Supergirl, and apparently, although it only just premiered, it somehow flying strong in mainstream status within the North American continent, and I am happy to say it is nice to see a female super-heroine from DC Universe lore other than Wonder Woman has the power to triumph in maintaining a huge audience with her own solo non-comic book series, even after the commercial failures of both the Supergirl movie and the infamous Catwoman movie. Read more...
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Thursday, 02 July 2015 14:45
It's yet another Inbox Alert! This time we bring you special news and previews from Valiant's Book of Death, Dynamite's Vampirella and Marvel's big San Diego Comic Con International plans! There may not be any movie stars hitting the big con, but the stars of Marvel's TV shows will be there in full force! Read on! Read more...
Published in Previews
Sunday, 01 March 2015 07:46
Wonder-Woman-044When we think International Women's Day (or simply "women's day"), we think of it as a March holiday honoring the women in our lives whether it be family members, friends, co-workers, etc. For us genre fans, women's day is more than just that as it is also our way of celebrating our love for our favorite female characters from fiction (especially the sci-fi, fantasy, and horror kinds of fiction), whether it be film, television, comic books, novels, or even video games. There is no doubt that throughout the history of storytelling, the world has been introduced to a huge variety of beloved female characters from fiction, not just heroines but also villainesses (no offense). Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 12:01
ATT000012014 was indeed a major year in my life as a fan of strong sexy comic book heroines as I began my exploration of a timeless superhero-meets-horror saga that has been around since 1969..the saga of the vampiress known as "Vampirella". Although I only read a few stories about the iconic sexy supernatural superheroine with vampire fangs during that year, I felt like I did my part in celebrating the 45th anniversary of the franchise itself by delivering my review of the first Vampirella comic I ever read at ENR (Vampirella Vs. Fluffy The Vampire Killer). Heck, I even made a fan art sketch card featuring Vampirella. Anyway, when I first heard that comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment was going to release an issue 100 of its Vampirella comic book series in January of 2015, I thought to myself "how odd" because the series so far had released 46 issues (38 volume 1 issues plus 8 volume 2), but the truth is I was actually excited to look out for this comic as it promised an anthology of stories by various writers and illustrators, and I am a fan of character-centered anthology format comics as this format allow unlimited creative freedom for the people who work on them. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Monday, 22 September 2014 11:00
tumblr_md304i2aFs1qhxx6do1_500Sometimes, during my ongoing mission to explore various superhero-type characters from multiple entertainment medias (with comic books being one of them), I like to take a short break from reading superhero-themed comic book stories from DC Comics and Marvel Comic (which I usually read on a monthly basis) to take the time to read stories about comic book superheroes published by those other than the two major America-based comic book publishers themselves. Moreover, as I am the kind of comic book reader who can never resist the might and beauty of female action heroes despite whatever story I read on comic book pages or watch on television and film, there is indeed a number of sexy heroines (including those of the superhero type) in comics I have never read stories about before but want to explore myself. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Sunday, 08 June 2014 14:41
Jenny FrisonWhen I found out the spectacular cover artist of Revival, Hack/Slash and Red Sonja, Jenny Frison would have a booth at Ottawa ComicCon, I knew immediately she would be someone to request an interview from. Her beautifully dark, haunting and emotional art style has been impressing me for a few years now and I see her as a standout as a horror/fantasy cover artist these days, and many more years to come. Jenny was nice enough to sit and talk about a numerous amount of subjects, including being an alumni of the Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, her favorite characters and the topic females in the comic industry dread the most...being a female in the comic industry! Yeah, we went there! So, enjoy this nice little interview with Miss Frison and meet the woman behind the covers! Read more...
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