I Love A Woman Who Can Kick My Ass, I Love The Kind Of Woman That Can Kick My Ass

When I began writing for Comics Bulletin, it was because I had through some strange quirk of fate, managed to impress Publisher Jason Sacks with a long-winded reply to another of his writers. I’ve never been a blogger or any type of professional or semi-professional writer before this and to have an offer just fall into my lap like that is put simply amazing to me. I hope I can continue to impress and keep or even better, improve my writing quality as we go forward. But enough of that. Ladies and Gentlemen, let me welcome you to the newest series of articles from Comics Bulletin, I Love a Woman Who Can Kick My Ass.

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Each new submission of this series of articles will focus on women in fiction, usually comics, going about their fictional lives and leaving no doubt that they are ass-kickers par excellence. And while I say that statement, I don’t necessarily mean in a physical sense. Sometimes, being badass means not having to do anything physical, either because the character dominates in another arena, or they are simply such a threat that their enemy backs down and runs with their tail between their legs. Sometimes being badass is doing the little things, or facing something far greater than yourself without fear. Folks, all of these are shining moments for heroines that we will search out together.

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And in between these main articles, I’ll be showing all of you my quest to acquire and read up on a topic near and dear to many hearts, Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown.

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I went to the comic book store yesterday as I was off from work and after our customary greetings and my checking on the status of my pull pile I asked Jack, my retailer about getting a hold of trade paperbacks involving The Lost Batgirls. First the good news, he already had TPBs of Batgirl: Redemption and all three of the War Games arc, and could easily put in an order for Batgirl: Fists of Fury. Now for the bad news, he revealed to me that Cassandra went back all the way to No Man’s Land, of which he currently only had one or two of the collected editions, not the full arc. He then went on to explain that those above mentioned Batgirl trade paperbacks were the only ones that he could order. Everything else Batgirl prior to the New 52 was out of print unless it involved Barbara Gordon. My next step is to try and find copies on Amazon to order and hope that I do not have to resort to Ebay. Regardless, it appears that I will have to contend with a monster that I had hoped to avoid, waiting the ungodly amount of time for my comics to arrive through the US military postal service. Still, at least I now have a start point to work with on my quest. It’No Man's Land.

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