This week, "Birds of Prey" gets a new #1 issue and a relaunch under fan-favorite writer Gail Simone, returning comics' favorite all-female super-team to the shelves after ending its initial run last year!
This is something that we here at ComicsAlliance are pretty excited about--I personally jumped on the original run during a crossover with "Nightwing" at #19 and stuck it out to the end at #127, making "Birds" holds the record-holder for the comic I read month-to-month the longest--and like a lot of fans, our excitement has turned to speculation on just who's going to show up in the new series.
DC has just announced that writer Gail Simone will soon be leaving "Wonder Woman" after over two years on the title, and while female creators ceasing to write books about superheroines is sort of the opposite of what we've been focusing on throughout Girl Week, Simone's plate is already pretty full with "Birds of Prey," "Secret Six" and a newly announced "Welcome to Tranquility" miniseries coming in July.
As perhaps the most prominent female writer in superhero comics today, Gail Simone might not be the first person in the industry that you'd expect to get called out for sexism and misogyny. And yet, a male reader (and self-proclaimed gender studies student) -- who
It's been three years since DC writer Gail Simone ended her epic 50+ issue run on "Birds of Prey," an experience that she once called "physically painful," but we've got big news today that we hope will stop the pain: Simone will be head
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San Diego Comic-Con is over, and as both fans and pros wend their way through the recovery process, ComicsAlliance talked with creators across the industry about their best and worst moments from the leviathan convention that annually eats the comics industry whole, spins up our bones, and uses them for toothpicks
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