Everyone’s Grandma is a Little Bit Feminist” from Bitch Planet: Triple Feature #5 asks us to imagine what makes an older relative inappropriate in a dystopic society.
Making use of the naturalized male gaze to challenge its reductive results and explore questions raised by our Bitch Planet Round Table.
Part Three in a scholarly round table examining Kelly Sue DeConnik and Valentine De Landro’s Bitch Planet.
Part Two in a scholarly round table examining Kelly Sue DeConnik and Valentine De Landro’s Bitch Planet.
Part One in a scholarly round table examining Kelly Sue DeConnik and Valentine De Landro’s Bitch Planet.
An overview of the 2017 International Comics Art Forum conference in Seattle, WA.
A 2010 series by women, but for who?
Brief reviews of comics that came out the weeks of June 15 and 22, 2016, including Wonder Woman #1, Nighthawk #1 & #2, and Bitch Planet #8.
Brief reviews of comic books from 4/15 to 4/29, but a couple go back a few weeks further.
Brief reviews of comic books from December 24, 2014 to January 14, 2015; including Ant-Man #1 and Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1.
Brief reviews of comic books released from October 1 to 15, 2014; including Death of Wolverine #3 and #4.
Brief reviews of: Captain Marvel #5 | All-New Ghost Rider #4 | Rocket Raccoon #1 | Amazing Spider-Man #1.3 | Thor, God of Thunder #23 & #24 | The Wicked & The Divine #1
Brief reviews of: Amazing Spider-Man #1.2 | Captain Marvel #4 | Mind MGMT #22 | Ms. Marvel #4 She-Hulk #5 | Superior Foes of Spider-Man #12 | Thor, God of Thunder #22
The first major story arc in DeConnick’s series is an attempt to write Ms./Captain Marvel into a revisionist feminist text – a laudable attempt to make manifest the purported feminist subtext of the character.