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I know how much everyone liked the 1776 comic book, so how about some Music Man? (source)

Daredevil #32 by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee.

From Avenging Spider-Man #7

Spider-Girl and Spider-Woman
Avengers Assemble #22
Artist: Matteo Buffagni
Writer: Kelly Sue DeConnick
Writer: Warren Ellis

Right now all the featured creators on the Comixology app are women, and that’s pretty rad.

Mr. Bendis! I Just subscribed to Marvel Unlimited and want to dig into all your work on Avengers (new avengers/mighty avengers/etc). Is there a site out there that can help me navigate thru the reading order?
itsdlevy itsdlevy Said:


My very 1st issue was Avengers 500 and it should be pretty self-explanatory how to follow that all away to new avengers number 1 and onboard

 thank you. I love the binge readers

I’ve been using Marvel Unlimited for the last couple of months and I love it. A quick hint for this question: if you add issues from different sereis to your library, the library will display them in publication order. I just read the entire Daredevil: Shadowland event, with all its miniseries and crossovers, this way, and it was great.

X-Factor #241
Writer: Peter David
Artist: Leonard Kirk

Robin wasn’t skinny. He had the build of a middleweight, the legs of a wrestler. He was obviously an ‘A’ student, the center of every circle, the one picked for greatness in the crowd — God, how I hated him. You can imagine how pleased I was when, years later, I heard he was a fag.
Jules Feiffer, The Great Comic Book Heroes

Lesley Gore guest starred on the two-episode Batman arc “That Darn Catwoman” and “Scat Darn Catwoman” as Catwoman’s protege/Robin’s love interest, Pussycat.

Dear friends in the world of theater journalism:

"Comics" and "cartoons" are not bad words. Alison Bechdel is a cartoonist. She is not a graphic novelist. In fact, she has not yet written a novel of any kind, to my knowledge. She is most famous for her long-running newspaper comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For. She has also created two memoirs in comic book form, Fun Home and Are You My Mother. It is okay to call them comic books. It is ok to call them graphic memoirs. It is not accurate to call them novels (graphic or otherwise), because they are not fiction. If you wouldn’t call Frederick Douglas’s autobiographies novels, please don’t call Alison Bechdel’s memoirs novels either.

Because words matter.

Your friend,