Gender Issues: Nana

If you were with us during Women in Comics week, you already know my opinion on manga. For those who weren’t, let me sum it up for you: I LOVE MANGA. Especially the girly, drama-filled ones. Now, I know what... Read More...

Gender Issues: Batwoman

There’s been a lot of talk about Kate Kane recently. Batwoman, as she’s better known, fights in Gotham City and deals primarily with mystical elements. Her relationship with Batman is loose, and her role in his... Read More...

Gender Issues: Stephanie Brown

We can’t talk about Barbara and Cassandra without discussing Stephanie. Yes, Stephanie Brown, the bright light in all of Gotham. The streak of blonde hair against a dark background. The girl who loves waffles. ... Read More...

Gender Issues: Batgirl: Year One

The Bat-Family is a strange mixture of orphans, personal vendettas, and folks with a thirst for revenge. Heroes don their cowls, masks, and utility belts to spread their perma-scowl across Gotham City. And t... Read More...

Gender Issues: Cassandra Cain

When the New 52 came around, many characters were left behind. Among the lost were Donna Troy, Stephanie Brown, and Cassandra Cain. These three characters were fan favorites, especially of women, yet were activ... Read More...

Gender Issues: Lois Lane

Superman has been the greatest superhero for over 70 years. There’s no debate there; even people (like me) who aren’t fans of the character recognize Superman as the hero that broke the mold and ushered in an e... Read More...

Gender Issues: Star Wars

Let’s talk about Star Wars. For those who frequent this site, you’ll know that I am a fan of Brian Wood’s work on this new series from Dark Horse. There are several fantastic things about this Star Wars co... Read More...

Gender Issues: X-Men

When Marvel teased their new X-Men series, people were in a tizzy deciphering the image. A segment of DNA, with XX embedded in the strand. When it was confirmed as an all-female team, everyone had an opinion, i... Read More...