• 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

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  • Come On, Vogue: Extreme Soviet Superheroics in 1995

    Come On, Vogue: Extreme Soviet Superheroics in 19952

    It is not impossible to create a comic book of quality around a Soviet teenager defecting in desperation, moving to America, growing up beautiful, and becoming an employee of the US government who takes gymnastic spy assignments. I can say this in confidence having enjoyed Aymond and Van Hamme’s Lady S (Dupuis, published in translation by

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