I’m a Marvel! I’m a DC!: Compare and Contrast

Marvel Divas: ““The idea behind the series was to have some sudsy fun and lift the curtain a bit and take a peep at some of our most fabulous super heroines.

“The pitch started as “Sex and the City” in the Marvel Universe, and there’s definitely that “naughty” element to it, but I also think the series is doing to a deeper place, asking question about what it means…truly means…to be a woman in an industry dominated by testosterone and guns. (And I mean both the super hero industry and the comic book industry.) But mostly it’s just a lot of hot fun.” (Joe Quesada)

Batwoman Costume Sketches: “Changes to current costume keep the same basic look but add more sensibility and functionality.

“Boots are now more realistic to purpose.” (From Sketches)

Seriously, look at the sketches and read everything—Batwoman’s new costume is all about functionality. Textured gloves, larger belt pouches, more protective mask and bracers, etc.

And then there’s “Marvel Divas,” which is going to be a lot of “hot fun.” Oh Joe Q, you are SO GREAT at understanding women, especially your female readers. *headdesk*

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3 Responses to “I’m a Marvel! I’m a DC!: Compare and Contrast”


  1. 1 bKatty April 14, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    This counts as trying?


  1. 1 At least someone in comics is trying! | Jedi Knight Academy Trackback on April 14, 2009 at 5:41 am
  2. 2 OMG NO WAY! « bright line rules Trackback on April 21, 2009 at 8:09 pm

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