• So, Why Don’t We Have a Robin Movie?: Teen Sidekicks and the Relegation to Relation

    So, Why Don’t We Have a Robin Movie?: Teen Sidekicks and the Relegation to Relation0

    Underneath the butt jokes and ‘80s flashbacks (and more butt jokes), Teen Titans Go! To the Movies poses a valid and complex question: Why don’t we have a Robin movie? Robin (the Dick Grayson iteration) was introduced before Wonder Woman, Captain America, and a host of other superheroes who have been given their own films.

  • DC PUBWATCH – September Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – September Edition0

    September was a big month for DC. We had Tom King and Brian Michael Bendis start their runs on the Walmart Giants books. We got announcements of a Martian Manhunter series by Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo, and a new Freedom Fighters series by Rob Venditti and Eddy Barrows. DC launched their digital service on

  • The Wedding Issue: Starfire and Nightwing

    The Wedding Issue: Starfire and Nightwing1

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got their

  • Hottest Hair In Comics

    Hottest Hair In Comics2

    As you know, here at WWAC, we’re committed to bringing you the hardest hitting critical analysis that can be found in comics. We cover the topics others are too afraid to cover! Explore the corners of comics as an industry that others are afraid to look in to! Spend several hours compiling a list of

  • DC To Release Anthology Comics in Walmart

    DC To Release Anthology Comics in Walmart0

    Starting July 1, DC Comics will be partnering with Walmart to sell four monthly anthology comics. Each issue will be priced at $4.99, and will be 100 pages of both new and reprinted material. Each issue will have one new story, and three reprinted issues. Some of comics biggest names are set to contribute, with

  • Youngblood: Teen Titans with None of the “New”

    Youngblood: Teen Titans with None of the “New”2

    When we decided to do “Year of the Knockoff” here at Women Write About Comics, I decided to jump in front of the bullet and cover a knockoff of my favorite team . . . that also happens to be one of my least favorite comics. That is, of course, Rob Liefeld’s oft-delayed, multiple-publisher magnum