The One Hundred Nights of Hero: A Feminist Graphic Novel Review

Welcome to The One Hundred Nights of Hero: a forbidden love story between two women living in a patriarchal society. Isabel Greenberg’s unique illustrating style combined with witty and insightful writing brings to life the trials and tribulations of women storytellers around the world of Early Earth. The One Hundred Nights of Hero is the companion… Read More

Feminist Book Review: Nimona

Nimona has been in the ever-growing pile of “need to read” books on my shelf, and it finally came up next in my queue. I purchased it last year after hearing it was written and illustrated by the highly esteemed Noelle Stevenson (see: Lumberjanes) and that it would be made into an animated film. That is all… Read More

“The Hues” and Magical Girl Power

Artist and writer Alex Heberling had me at magical girl comic. I stumbled across The Hues at WisCon earlier this year and snagged myself a copy of volume one, which came with a complimentary full color poster signed by the artist herself. In the front of the book is a list of donors who helped… Read More

Fangirling: Frankie Charles

If you aren’t in the know, Frankie Charles is an awesome character in the Batgirl arc. Without too many spoilers, Frankie is a bi, disabled, black female coder, who is Bab’s roommate in Burnside. I actually wrote about her a little while ago as my favorite fictional character, and the reasons honestly haven’t changed. Frankie Charles… Read More