• Batman75: The Origin of Huntress0

    This Batman75 essay is just a part of what guest poster Diane Darcy could say about the history of the Huntress mantle. Originally planning to take us through a long and troubled history in celebration of Helenas — no matter the surname, a strong-willed, straight-shooting, purple force for justice — this in-depth piece introduces us to the

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  • Batwoman and DADT, Karen K. Burrows

    Batwoman and DADT, Karen K. Burrows3

    When Kate Kane admits she’s gay in Detective Comics 859 (November 2009, Greg Rucka / J.H. Williams III), she does a lot more than out herself. Under Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT), the US law that prohibited gays and lesbians from serving openly in the country’s military, she gets herself kicked out of college and

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  • Call for essays: Batwomen750

    • April 14, 2014

    Last year we honoured Lois Lane’s 75th birthday with a series of essays from our staff and some awesome guests. This year, we’re honouring the girls and women of the Batbooks! (Don’t worry, Catwoman will get her own 75th birthday party next year.) Are you a Batfan? A women-of-the-Batbooks fan? Do you have a great idea

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