Posts Tagged ‘spider-woman’

Trigger warnings and dramarama – an assault on creative expression .

by Andy Haighon 11/04/2015
One of the things I’ve noticed recently that seems to be permeating “geek culture” is people getting offended by things. A lot. After all everybody knows nothing generates webtraffic like manufactured outrage. The latest of these things to get offended by was a sketch that artist Frank Cho did of Spider-Gwen,  The reason this sketch […]

Spider-Woman’s New Look

by Laura Maieron 21/12/2014
Marvel have revealed that Spider-Woman is getting a redesigned costume for the first time in 37 years. Seriously. 37 years. Spider-Woman has had the same costume since The Clash and Star Wars were brand new things. I mean, granted, she had that bizarre hair-covering variant last seen in the Bendis/Reed re-telling of her origin story, but the less […]

Marvel Chess Collection Review

by James Buckinghamon 08/01/2014
Publisher: Eaglemoss Collections You can pretty much guarantee that at any point, if someone mentions the magic word “Marvel” my ears prick up, and you have my full attention. Don’t get me wrong, I love most comic books and graphic novels, but there’s something about the Marvel universe that just gets me. I don’t know […]

Where are the Female Avengers?

by Laura Maieron 16/03/2013
OMG they’re making a Guardians of the Galaxy movie! Isn’t that great? No. Well, OK, it’s pretty cool that they’re giving the less famous titles a cinematic airing. I’ll give them that. What’s not great is that popular female characters are getting shunted to one side in favour of the more obscure characters. It’s not […]