Read My Article on Comic Book Letter Columns in Gender and the Superhero Narrative, Available Now!

Today I got my copy of Gender and the Superhero Narrative, pictured above with a Funko of Diana Prince enjoying an ice cream cone, and I’m very excited to tell you all about this book. First off, I’m in it! That’s the main reason I’m telling you about it. I’ve written an article called “TheContinue reading “Read My Article on Comic Book Letter Columns in Gender and the Superhero Narrative, Available Now!”

Joye Murchison Kelly and Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk to be Honoured with Bill Finger Award

This is very, very cool. Two of the most important women in the early history of Wonder Woman are going to receive the Bill Finger Award at San Diego Comic-Con this summer. Joye Murchison Kelly was a ghost writer for William Moulton Marston in the early 1940s, while Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk was an assistant editorContinue reading “Joye Murchison Kelly and Dorothy Roubicek Woolfolk to be Honoured with Bill Finger Award”

Remembering Margot Kidder, A Remarkable Lois Lane and a Remarkable Woman

Margot Kidder was a spectacular Lois Lane. On the surface, it seems like a pretty straight forward role. Ace reporter, Superman’s girlfriend. Easy enough. But it’s a deceptively tricky part. There’s a difficult balance to it that’s so essential to the character. A good Lois needs to be a take charge, courageous reporter, brash andContinue reading “Remembering Margot Kidder, A Remarkable Lois Lane and a Remarkable Woman”

Investigating Lois Lane is a $2 Kindle Monthly Deal for September!

Everybody loves a deal, and for the entire month of September, wow do I have a deal for you. My second book, Investigating Lois Lane: The Turbulent History of the Daily Planet’s Ace Reporter, is a Kindle Monthly Deal right now and you can get the ebook for a fraction of the usual cost. TheContinue reading “Investigating Lois Lane is a $2 Kindle Monthly Deal for September!”

Happy International Women’s Day AND A Day Without a Woman!

Today is International Women’s Day, a day to recognize the achievements of women everywhere while also acknowledging the systemic oppression they continue to face across the world. As always, I’m celebrating International Women’s Day with the women that I’ve written books about: Wonder Woman, Lois Lane, and now Catwoman! All three women could definitely getContinue reading “Happy International Women’s Day AND A Day Without a Woman!”

Superwoman #2 Review: Where’s Lois Lane?

Superwoman ¬†was advertised as a Lois Lane comic book. The New 52 Lois got superpowers when the New 52 Superman died, and now she was ready to take to the skies to defend and protect Metropolis as Superwoman. I was intrigued. It wasn’t the Lois Lane comic I was hoping for; I’d rather see herContinue reading “Superwoman #2 Review: Where’s Lois Lane?”

A Celebration Of Noel Neill, The First Live Action Lois Lane, To Be Held Nov. 5 In Metropolis, Ill.

The superhero world lost an icon when Noel Neill passed away in July. She was the first live action Lois Lane, portraying the character alongside Kirk Alyn’s Man of Steel in the big screen Superman serial in 1948 and reprising the role in Atom Man vs. Superman two years later. Superman moved to television inContinue reading “A Celebration Of Noel Neill, The First Live Action Lois Lane, To Be Held Nov. 5 In Metropolis, Ill.”