There is no question of Leia Organa’s importance to the Star Wars saga. She’s the heart of the rebellion, uniter of farm boys and scoundrels, a brilliant tactician, a brave soldier, and a survivor.
Reviews this week include Superman, Supergirl, The Flash, Princess Ugg, and the revamp of a Jack Kirby comic by the current DC Co-Publisher.
This Kickstarter campaign to create a book to “get young girls interested in astronomy, science, and technology” has just a few days left for funding.
As the mother of a tween I know more than I ever wanted to about every Disney Channel and Nickelodeon teen star on the planet. I know who’s been in what movie or TV show, if they have a new album, what their unique fashion style is, if they’ve highlighted their hair recently, and of … Continue reading Little Girls Lost – No Fairy Tale For Disney Princesses
Then he hit Kindergarten. Slowly, over the course of that first month, I watched the five years of carefully constructed gender equality lessons crumble like one of my continually over-baked cakes.
In this household, gender marketing results in flower wand lightsabers, big imaginations, and workarounds to toys not made or sold.
Come see what happens when a beloved fantasy series gets a YA movie makeover on MTV. I promise it isn’t as bad as that sounds,
This week’s favorites feature women. Cassandra Cain is spotlighted in Batman and Robin: Eternal, Lois is the co-lead in Superman: Lois & Clark, and Black Canary, of course. Sadly, Superman/Wonder Woman and the Wonder Woman title suffer by comparison.
DC Bombshells is spectacular this week, as is the final issue of Gotham by Midnight, Ray and myself are in love with the Titans Hunt series (the less said of the regular Titans series, the better), The Robin War zooms toward an ending, Bryan Hitch gives us spectacular splash pages in Justice League of America, and Dark Knight III: The Master Race goes in an unexpected direction.
Check out this giveaway that not only includes the new game but awesome exclusive art from Tomb Raider.
Without realizing it, I’d begun to include her hair in her identity.
So does the fact that we, English speakers in America, have a distinct word for light red mean our eyes have actually changed physiologically or is it that we pay attention to the differences of color more for cultural reasons?
‘The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes’ knows it’s dangerous to go alone, so the game invites your friends and family to go along with you.
If the “geek shall inherit the Earth” then PAX is where they divvy up the loot. As an expo, it is a huge opportunity to try new games, find new talent, and “mingle with your people.”
The signs have changed, but that meant very little to a four-year-old just learning to read. The segmentation glared out at her.
Does wearing something sparkly and pink or playing with a doll mean you can’t solve a differential equation? If a boy likes “girl” things, he is not masculine? Of course not. Yet society behaves as if these things are true.
Things are looking up for all the Robin and for one former Batgirl this week, meanwhile Carla “Speed” McNeil takes on Wonder Woman.
Put yourself, or someone you know, into an original art nouveau design.
Batman rules again, even in alternate form, but Ray and I disagree about the quality of Gods & Monsters Wonder Woman.
This week in Fund This!, GeekMom Samantha Cook finds a bracelet for tweens and teens that is interactive, social, and programmable, an ABC book that caters to those who like their stories a little gross, a tongue-twisting game, and a science subscription box.
We’re taking a look at the wardrobe of Charlie Bradbury to celebrate last week’s season finale of Supernatural.
GeekMom Rachel found a few more items to add to her Wonder Woman wish list.
The GeekMoms thought it would be fun to share our Christmas trees and the geeky stories behind them. We’d love to see and hear yours!
Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Comics delivers an awesome journey through the Amazon Princess’ origin.
GeekMom Patricia lets you in on the beautiful hardcover book Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo, to hit bookstores and online retailers on October 14th.
GeekMom Jackie shares some toddler-approved toys for that in-between baby and preschool stage.
Happy new comic book release day. This week we review Gotham Academy, C.O.W.L, and Sensation Comics: Wonder Woman.
We continue in the way of the freaky with The X-Files and Elric, as well as more installments of DC’s Futures End September event
So what are your family’s current tabletop favorites? Here are a few choices from GeekMom Rebecca!
Make Andy Warhol-style images to capture characters and actors from your favorite fandoms.