Tuesday, July 01, 2008

July 1, 2008

Invisible Girls and Phantom Ladies: How far have we come?

Why have there been no great women cartoonists?

get outta my way

WW

Scenes from Wizard World Chicago ‘08: A Strip Club with a Convention Booth

Truth.

More sexification of childhood « Kate Harding’s Shapely Prose

iFanboy takes on Sandman

It’s About The Person: Gender Transgression and Disappointment in American Virgin

Troubled Rant #3: Disempowering Figurations

Unwanted

For Better or For Worse Cop-Out

Why all the Geek Grrling?
The Geek Girl What Rules’ Greatest Hits - #10 Comic Book Obsessions
The Geek Girls What Rules Greatest Hits - #12 Girls and Comics
9 Chickweed Lane, again
Comic Review: Ayre Force

Movies
Your Gaze Hits the Side Of My Face

The sheep, or the wolf

WANTED (2008) James MacAvoy, Angelina Jolie

Wanted

The Incredible Hulk

Hulk Smash

Actually, I Might WATCH "Soldier #3 Who Gets Blown Up Real Good".

3 comments:

notintheface said...

While you were gone, Chris Sims and and Phil Looney had a "Most 90's Cover Ever" contest. Some of these entries may be right up your alley:

Phil's original contest entry:
http://www.poptown.net/2008/06/90s-ist-comic-cover-ever.html

Here's a link somebody posted to Superdickery.com:
http://superdickery.com/index.php?view=article&catid=28%3Asuperdickery&id=295%3Aone-cover-sums-up-what-was-wrong-with-comics-in-the-90s&option=com_content&Itemid=31

And, because I'm shameless, here's my entry:
http://stars-and-garters.blogspot.com/2008/06/my-most-90s-cover-ever-submission-once.html

Scott (The Mad Thinker) Anderson said...

Welcome back, Rags.

Allan said...

When you get the chance, be sure to check out Black Jack. It is a classic Osamu Tezuka manga finally being released in the states. They have sample chapters over at www.vertical-inc.com/blackjack. Hope you all enjoy!