Thursday, 9 July 2020

Comics Wrap-Up - You Can't Spell 'Awesome' Without 'Me'



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It's Thursday, the world is still pretty bizarre, let's get some comics-y and superhero-y goodness!

Once again, everything is under the 'Other Stuff' category (seems to be happening a lot!) for which we will once again blame Loki.




Other Stuff


I haven't really been paying much attention to the DC's Dark Nights: Death Metal series. 

Keeping up with every release and/or development in comics publishing is a level of FOMO I'm just not interested in.

But when I saw this debut of The Robin King? Wow, I love this character design - really striking!dividing line
Mark Ruffalo, who plays Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the MCU movies, celebrated the 4th of July in typical Mark Ruffalo style - with a reference to Avengers: Endgame that highlighted Captain America's posterior.
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The wonderful and beautiful Nicole Maines, who plays TV's first Transgender superhero, Nia Nal/Dreamer, on the Supergirl TV show, has been talking about some of the difficulties she had in school as a young Trans girl.



Via Tenor

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And to end, once again, with some shameless self-promo: last week's Friday Fics Fix explored angst with Klaus Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy Netflix series, because I am a smol emo child at heart.






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2 comments:

  1. I saw Mark Ruffalo's Fourth of July post as well. Every day I love that man more and more.

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