Against The Rocketeer, and for it, too.
About Danger Girl: Revolver Who is she? What are her skills? Where is she from? What are her measurements? You’ll find those answers and more as she joins the world’s sexiest spy agency in their most explosive adventure yet! Collect issues #1-4 of Danger Girl: Revolver! Author: Andy Hartnell. Illustrator: Chris Madden, J. Scott Campbell. © 2012 J. Scott Campbell
The age of classical comics confined to newspapers or little books is over, and the medium has exploded into many shapes and forms done by thousands of artists in their own special way. The newspaper cartoon has been replaced by a daily dose of a comic viewed through social media. The themes have also changed: instead of often tacky gags or some political commentary, most comic artists nowadays choose more down-to-earth and relatable topics like everyday life and inner struggles. Lark, or Larkness (Estela Ribeiro Kuntz), the hero of today's post, is one of those newer types of comic artist and even though she's never been published in a newspaper, her comics are enjoyed by thousands on the internet.
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“Hawkgirl by @Demonpuppy and @JimmyReyesArt with colors by @JeremiahSkipper”
Stylish playing cards featuring the glamorous, superpowered female stars of the alternate reality world of DC Comics, published by 'Forbidden Planet', 2015
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
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We can't all be Wonder Woman.