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Brilliant artist, eminently approachable comic con celebrity and steadfast defender of Power Girl's boobs, Amanda Conner is one of our very favorite artists and today is her BIRTHDAY! In honor of this festive occasion, ComicsAlliance put together a gallery of artwork to reflect her career, which has included memorable work with characters including Vampirella, Power Girl, Catwoman, Supergirl, Painkiller Jane and many more of superhero comics' most beloved female icons. With a unique synthesis of humor, sass and sexiness, Conner's expressions of female characters are as empowering as they are endearing
Sony's "DC Universe Online" may not be rolling out until 2011, but having recently taken the game for a spin ourselves, we're still riding high on the title's continued previews and upcoming foes to battle. The latest images from the game, for example. show off all kinds of punchable baddies including an OMAC, mummies
Last week's "Wonder Woman" #600 got the majority of its attention from drastically changing the direction of the book with a new gods-altered timeline, to say nothing of the debut of Jim Lee's controversial costume redesign. As iFanboy pointed out, however, those prominent shakeups were hardly the only worth notici
Power Girl cuts one of the most distinctive full-body silhouettes in comics, and few artists have cut her as distinctively as Amanda Conner during her run with co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray that ends today in DC's "Power Girl #12." Judd Winick and Sam Basri will no doubt make their own statement wh
Tim Gunn has made no secret of his love of comics before, notably when the "Project Runway" star appeared in Marvel's "Models Inc," and now he's back for a video discussion with Alan Kistler of Crazy Sexy Geeks where he critiques the questionable clothing choices of some of our favorite superheroes.
In this installment, Gunn takes on Mister Miracle, Black Canary's f
Power Girl, as a character, has gotten some variable treatment over the years, but we've loved the "Power Girl" solo series by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, with its seriously superlative art by Amanda Conner, and were saddened to hear that the trio will soon be moving on. Now, accor