There’s an interesting exploration of the fan fiction term “Mary Sue” and it’s sexist connotations at Adventures of Comic Book Girl: “So the only time female can be default is when discussing a badly written character, someone who is more powerful or important or liked than they should […]
Comics Alliance‘s Chris Sims has concocted his own comics-themed cocktails, including a comments section cocktail for comics fans.
I appreciate Lord Death Man’s flair, his élan, panache, the way he daringly wears brown leather gloves, belt and boots with his high-contrast black and white skeleton suit—and makes it work. Of the many skeleton suits in the criminal underworld, I would wear Lord Death Man’s.
Laura Hudson writes an excellent essay about “The Big Sexy Problem with Superheroines and the ‘Sexual Liberation.’”
Dr. Batman, Chris Sims, explains why Batman doesn’t kill–and why someone who seems a lot like he was Batman, has killed in Batman comics. (For the record, the Gutter stands with Chris Sims on this).
Do you have all the information you require regarding the Batmobile’s physical evolution and its history? Probably not. Fortunately, these two sites have made a start. (Thanks, Humash!)