Sue from DC Women Kicking Ass writes about her love for The Wall. “Amanda was different than other female characters. She had power. She never played by the rules. She had her own agenda and did not suffer fools gladly.”
What is this shit, I don’t even.
This panel was a lot less controlled by spin and full of loose lips with the writers’ bosses absent from the room.
DC tells retailers their target audience are men age 18 to 34, all the while claiming to want new readers and to welcome “everyone” in. After everything DC’s done to alienate me this month, this may be the last straw.
Emma of Girls Read Comics Too speaks on a subject important to me: DC’s continued failure to fix its diversity problem. What’s the point of a relaunch if they don’t make major strides on this?
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 […]