Tumblr tells me Power Honor Grace is two years old today, so Happy Birthday to me!
If you picked up Batman Eternal this week, you didn’t see Stephanie Brown. But you will see her in issue 3 and here she is:
And because you might get spoiled see the rest under the cut:
I got mine, and I hope you picked up your copy of Batman Eternal this week too! In fact, I kept a promise made in an earlier blog post and also bought copies for a couple of others.
Batman ‘66 #30 (digital)
The second Batgirl solo story was drawn by the wonderful Joëlle Jones, who I think captured Yvonne Craig’s likeness very well in a stylized way.
The iconic superheroines by Darwyn Cooke.
One of my favorite guest posters, Tim Hanley, has taken his love of comics to a new level. This week his book about Wonder Woman becomes available. I’ve read a copy and if you like Wonder Woman or woman in comics, you need to read this book. Buy it here. To celebrate the release, Tim is guest posting again and this time he takes on some misconceptions about Wonder Woman and her world.
Tim’s thoughts follow.
Let them think they have the upper hand over the little girl. Let them relax while the adrenaline leaks out of their systems. Let them believe they’re closing their grips on a shrinking violet. And when their guard is down and their pride is rising… let me kick their butts up around their ears.
It’s Dick Grayson.
The first book trailer for Cleopatra in Space: Target Practice launched yesterday on The Mary Sue! It was created by Darren Rawlings of Thinkmore Studios and features the music of Uh Huh Her. So thankful to them for making it what it is.
Target Practice will be in bookstores everywhere April 29th and can be preordered HERE.