Monday, December 13, 2010

Darwyn Cooke, Daughters of the Dragon, DC Logos, and Disability in Comics

Darwyn Cooke's Comments From Fan Expo:

Darwyn Cooke on Cape Comix

Cooke On Cape Comix

Batwomen by Darwyn Cooke

Batwoman, Superhero Decadence, Darwyn Cooke, etc.

On Darwyn Cooke at FanExpo

Darwyn Cooke And The Lesbians

DC Women Kicking Ass: Batwomen by Darwyn Cooke

Gorillas Riding Dinosaurs | Skottie Young, Darwyn Cooke, and comics for kids

Cranky readers, cranky creators: What will become of the comics?


Darwyn Cooke Tells It Like It Is!

(not) holding my breath

The One Thing You Can Never Rewrite Into Mainstream Comics Continuity Is A Sense Of Proportion

Does the man have a point?

Daughters of the Dragon:

You know the Knight time.

Review: Daughters of the Dragon: Samurai Bullets

Daughters of the Dragon #1 Review

DC Logos:

Sign the petition if you’d like to see DC celebrate its female characters for its 75th anniversary

DC Comic’s 75th anniversary “boys only” logo

DC’s licensing Contact Info

Fight the power: Get the women of DC their own logo

What would a “female” logo for DC’s 75th anniversary look like?

Because, you know, girls don’t eat snack cakes

Button Blues

I May Have Been Wrong About the DC Logo

DC Logo Ladies Version

DC’s all boy club - yes, they did it again

Warner Brothers releases “Legends of the Superheroes” proving nostalgic crap is king!

Am I being paranoid here?

Disability in Comics:

Comic superhero Echo fights stereotypes of deaf people

Portrayals we love: Melody in Girls With Slingshots

Reading Problems Don't Stop Twins From Being Acclaimed Authors

Narrative Dissonance

I will say this.

Guice was usually better than others about it

Some people really like the ones with lower backs.

I love these two but I hate how all the pinuppy art has Babs as Batgirl.

A feminist reading of Achewood, part one: disability and Roast Beef

Meet Tory Woollcott, author of Mirror Mind: Growing Up Dyslexic

Where are all the Deaf superheroes?

Superhero, Heal Thyself: The Popularity of Disabled Heroes in Comics

Creative Work: Annaham in Print!

No More Mutants #5 by Andrew Wheeler – Superhuman Disabilities

The wrong kind of message

"I'll be frank with you: falling out of a wheelchair is, as the kids say, one of my triggers.

Does it, though?

The Nerdy Bird Uses Her Powers to Fight for the MDA


Saranga said...

Thank you for linking to my post!

And the "Guice was usually better than others about it" link doesn't work.

Maddy said...

Thanks, got it!