Author Archives: Véronique Emma Houxbois

Transmyscira: BATMAN #48

Transmyscira: BATMAN #48

  BATMAN #48 Written by Scott Snyder Art by Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, and FCO Plascencia Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 20, 2016 Batman #48 primarily concerns itself with a question that, ironically, was asked and answered in the pages of a Superman comic. “What happens when the unstoppable force meets the immovable

Transmyscira: CATWOMAN #48

CATWOMAN #28 Written by Frank Tieri Art by Inaki Miranda and Eva De La Cruz Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 13, 2016 “Just when I thought I was out.. they pull me back in again,” immortal words delivered by Al Pacino, Jason Alexander, and after this issue, probably Selina Kyle as well. Two

Transmyscira: STARFIRE #8

STARFIRE #8 Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Emanuela Lupacchino, Mirco Pierfederici, Ray McCarthy, and Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 13, 2016 A little bit more of what makes Harley Quinn shine so bright makes itself felt in Starfire this month as Kori finds herself in a love triangle

Transmyscira: LEAVING MEGALOPOLIS: SURVIVING MEGALOPOLIS #1

  LEAVING MEGALOPOLIS: SURVIVING MEGALOPOLIS #1 Written by Gail Simone Art by Jim Calafiore and Jason Wright Published by Dark Horse Comics Release Date: January 13, 2016 Secret Six collaborators Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore return to the scene of the crime of their Kickstarter comic Leaving Megalopolis to further explore what happens when a

Transmyscira: RED SONJA #1

RED SONJA #1 Written by Marguerite Bennett Art by Aneke and Jorge Sutil Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: January 13, 2016 Following Gail Simone’s transformative run that took Sonja all the way back to her origin could be one of the toughest acts in comics to follow in years, but Marguerite Bennett and Aneke

The Angoulême Grand Prix is Decadent and Depraved

On January 5th, Collectif des Creatrices de Bande Dessinés Contre le Sexisme (or BDégalite for short) launched a boycott against the Angoulême Grand Prix — a lifetime achievement award that crowns the winner the president of the following year’s FIBD festival — when it failed to include a single female creator out of a class

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