yeah, Johns gets his author buddy/College roomie Brad Meltzer to write Identity Crisis. DC goes down the shitter because no one told him he can’t kill a fan favorite sweetheart character or turn a C-lister into a rapist, or brainwash Batman.
None of it says that she can’t, however.
Obviously, you’ve never heard about the Sad and Rabid Puppies, who tried to stuff the ballot with stories by conservative and alt-right authors, led by Mr. Theodore Beale, who once referred to N. K. Jemisin with a racial epithet.
She wrote a book of poetry, prose, and “visual art,” so I think that qualifies her enough. Comics are the combination of art and writing, which she’s already done.
Woo! Dan Slott is doing a great job with Tony Stark: Iron Man right now, so I think it’s great that they are giving Ironheart her own book and especially that they are giving it to Eve Ewing.
I actually greatly enjoyed Capaldi and Moffat’s last season, since it managed to avoid a lot of Moffat’s worst writing tics and Bill Potts, I think, was a much better companion than Clara.
The previous Aztek was a guy, but he died back during Grant Morrison’s JLA run (he blew up Megaddon). So the new Aztek is a woman, introduced during Steve Orlando’s Justice League of America run.
This is the year in which I get to smile at all of those naysayers. Every single mediocre insecure wannabe who fixes their mouth to suggest that I do not belong on this stage, that people like me cannot possibly have earned such an honor. And that when they win it’s meritocracy, but when we win it’s identity…
Hey, Molly Ostertag also does Strong Female Protagonist, which is awesome!
It’s Greg Land, so...yeah.
Okay, everyone! Sharks are over now! No more sharks! It’s time we move on...
Hot take: LaCroix is terrible and so are other club sodas with tiny bits of flavoring.
(2) it was technically false, not “everyone” died
Oh, CBR has an even worse example of his shittiness:
“It’s people like that who make you realize how little you’ve accomplished. It is a sobering thought, for example, that when Mozart was my age, he had been dead for two years.” — Tom Lehrer
The Good Place: The Podcast is delightful, just like the show.
Ah, so you stopped watching Donald Trump after he made fun of that disabled reporter, too, right? Right?
Read Batman ‘66. Seriously, it’s everything you wanted and more.
That looks like it belongs to Xander and it’s holding a crossbow.