BAM - humor, interest, suspense, romance, art - everything I craved in comics reappeared just clicks away.
I can't love a corporate machine, no matter how shiny and convenient you may be. You will always be the Ipod to my old school vinyl.
Faith's key charm is her realism. She's not a skinny, uber-muscled Valkyrie with a vast knowledge of martial arts and computer programs -- she's just a regular girl.
I always preferred DC over Marvel because I identified more with your multiverse. Maybe because I sympathize with hard working souls stuck under crummy corporate leadership.
Lunella is friggin' adorkable -- from her pigtails to her coke-bottle glasses to her no-nonsense attitude
Short, episodic, and filled with vibrant color and action that leap from page to page like a lost Englishman out of queue
I have never appreciated tattoos more in a graphic novel than on the Strongest Seven - or ridiculous hats
"Mad Science" or even just "SCIENCE!" get tossed into various projects to attract scifi and steampunk fans searching for their next fix....but for once I was happily surprised
Scooby-Doo proves you can always teach a new dog old tricks - since he aired back in the day you’ve pimped him out in multiple TV shows, comics, books, movies, toys, t-shirts, and gods know what. With a few exceptions he’s like Monopoly - every version just makes him more popular.
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is unbeatable because she believes it - her title isn’t just another Spider-man trope, it’s her dedication to defeating any challenge no matter the size.