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Best DCnU Interview To-Date: Tony Bedard on Blue Beetle

Newsarama interview with Tony Bedard on Blue Beetle Now this is a great interview. A writer who respects and understands the character and his history, respects the original creators, and plans to continue what made the character popular in the first place. Unlike most of the writers interviewed so far, Tony Bedard does not appear … Continue reading Best DCnU Interview To-Date: Tony Bedard on Blue Beetle

Why we need a second (or third) Wonder Woman series

Ali Colluccio over on iFanboy has the best response I’ve seen so far to the new Wonder Woman direction. But I really feel like this could, and maybe should, be an Elseworlds tale. I know that it may sound like I’m saying that the story isn’t good enough for a main title, but that’s not … Continue reading Why we need a second (or third) Wonder Woman series

DC’s Eddie Berganza Talks to Women

Eddie Berganza, editor of Supergirl/JLA/Teen Titans/etc, is asking women to read Supergirl in this month’s DC Nation. I’m shocked. I really am. DC as a company cares very little for its female readers. They don’t acknowledge us as a viable market, and they certainly don’t respect our opinions. That’s been made abundantly clear over the … Continue reading DC’s Eddie Berganza Talks to Women