Every week in 2018, the plan is that my friend Rod is going to ask me some geeky question that will answer in a post. This week is Week #46, and today’s question is one that Rod describes as quite basic–indeed, he wasn’t sure if it was something he’d already asked. But he hasn’t, and so hear we go.
What are some comics I’d recommend to a non-comic reader to get them started?
Continue reading Weekly Geeky Question #46: Comic Book Recommendations for Non-Comic Readers
So I’m walking with two of my daughters to school a while ago—the middle one and the youngest one (aged 10 and nearly 12, at the time)—and the one turns to her younger sister and asks her what she thinks is the most confusing comic story that I have ever read to them.
Continue reading Geeking Out With My Daughters: Confusing Comic Book Epics
As a comic book reader and fan, I regularly run into a particular quandary, and that’s the way that female characters are depicted. Not just the roles they play in the stories, which can also be an issue, but especially the way they are drawn. Continue reading Truly All-Ages: Supergirl – Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade