Gail Simone Archive

  • [W00T: a expression of joy after a triumph or obvious victory] Looking back, I now realize 2015 is truly the year I read ALL the manga/comics – but it was also […]

    The W00T list, 2015

    [W00T: a expression of joy after a triumph or obvious victory] Looking back, I now realize 2015 is truly the year I read ALL the manga/comics – but it was also […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – A Harry Potter themed bar has opened in Toronto – Local governments crack down on tiny lending libraries <– AUTHOR […]

    The weekly web ramble (9/11)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – A Harry Potter themed bar has opened in Toronto – Local governments crack down on tiny lending libraries <– AUTHOR […]

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  • People tend to forget, I think, that there is more to Comic-con than just sound and fury – no matter how deafening the Star Wars din. In fact, my favorite part […]

    The Comic-con book report, 2015

    People tend to forget, I think, that there is more to Comic-con than just sound and fury – no matter how deafening the Star Wars din. In fact, my favorite part […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The psychology of Inside Out: a beautiful lesson in emotional intelligence – Eight books you need to know to understand […]

    The weekly web ramble (7/10)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The psychology of Inside Out: a beautiful lesson in emotional intelligence – Eight books you need to know to understand […]

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  • The eternal dilemma of the comic reader: do I buy issue by issue? Or do I wait for the trade? (The budgetarily kind, shelf-space-saver compilation that comes out about half […]

    The Pull List – 2015

    The eternal dilemma of the comic reader: do I buy issue by issue? Or do I wait for the trade? (The budgetarily kind, shelf-space-saver compilation that comes out about half […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – J.K. Rowling‘s riddle of a tweet – From NYCC, what’s coming next from Saga Press (S&S’s new scifi/fantasy imprint) <– AUTHOR […]

    The weekly web ramble (10/10)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – J.K. Rowling‘s riddle of a tweet – From NYCC, what’s coming next from Saga Press (S&S’s new scifi/fantasy imprint) <– AUTHOR […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – A tale of two asses: why can’t comics learn? – A YA reading list of books that address suicide and […]

    The weekly web ramble (8/29)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – A tale of two asses: why can’t comics learn? – A YA reading list of books that address suicide and […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – How Harry Potter fans are changing the world – 7 things only YA book fans will understand <– AUTHOR TALK […]

    The weekly web ramble (6/27)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – How Harry Potter fans are changing the world – 7 things only YA book fans will understand <– AUTHOR TALK […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The ugly underbelly to all The Fault in Our Stars media coverage – President Diane Nelson says female representation is a priority […]

    The weekly web ramble (6/13)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The ugly underbelly to all The Fault in Our Stars media coverage – President Diane Nelson says female representation is a priority […]

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  • The panelists, from left to right: Rick Burchett (Lady Sabre), Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel), Cliff Chiang (Wonder Woman), Georges Jeanty (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and Gail Simone (Batgirl). Q: How do you define what a strong female character is? […]

    From Wondercon: on creating strong female characters

    The panelists, from left to right: Rick Burchett (Lady Sabre), Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel), Cliff Chiang (Wonder Woman), Georges Jeanty (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and Gail Simone (Batgirl). Q: How do you define what a strong female character is? […]

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