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A couple of years ago, I had the great fortune of interviewing one of my all-time favorite comic writer/artists, Jason Pearson. Not surprisingly, it turned out to be one of my favorite interviews.

Attention, Kryptonian Shoppers! Super-spoilers below!

I can remember the first time I fell in love with Supergirl, and it's been over and over again since I first met The Girl from Krypton.

There you go, Ryan Murphy. I've handed you the next season of American Horror Story on a silver platter. (Perhaps a silver platter with a certain vermin underneath its silver cloche.) You're welcome. I'll take a consultant credit, or executive producer position, kudos, and a royalty, or at least a walk-on cameo with Lady Gaga!

Possible spoilers and probable squeals of delight below.

Having written and drawn two Lady Gaga comics, you didn't expect me not to do a review of American Horror Story, did you? I'm practically contractually obligated to release a public exultation of Mother Monster's American Horror Story debut. And, what a debut it was! So, what did I think?

The highly anticipated new comedy/horror camp-fest creation by Ryan Murphy is finally upon us, and it's just swell. When I first heard about the new FOX series, I was totally excited. Take Glee minus the music and mash it up with American Horror Story "lite," and how could one go wrong? Well, one could and did on a few things, but overall it was a fun start and I'm more than willing to give it a chance. I did have to suffer through the last 3 seasons of Glee (thanks to my boyfriend!) and survived the experience none the worse for wear.

Load up! Ride hard! Blast off!

July 25th saw the release of DC's eagerly anticipated (by ME most of all!) Digital First series, Bombshells. Based on the popular premise of transforming iconic DC heroines into their 1940s pin-up girl counterparts, the line was first introduced to us via a clever cover campaign and subsequent merchandise push. The Bombshells proved popular enough to warrant a comic series and a second wave of merchandise.

Black Canary's solo title is part of DC Comics' mid-summer mini-relaunch. The book spins out of the Batgirl title and is written by Brendan Fletcher who also writes Batgirl. The stellar art is provided by Annie Wu with a poppingly pinktastic color palette provided by Lee Loughridge and fun letters by Steve Wands.

*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.

"Call me Caitlynn," was the headline on the cover of Vanity Fair reintroducing Olympic Medalist turned reality star Bruce Jenner to society after his transition into a woman. Accompanying the much-repeated headline, a glamour shot of Caitlynn by famed celebrity photographer Annie Liebowitz.

*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.

When one thinks of the wonderful world of Disney, it may conjure images of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Disneyland. But, I think the Disney Princesses are the real driving force behind the majestic world that Walt built. If you don't believe me, I dare you to find a child (male or female) under the age of ten who doesn't know every word to "Let it Go" from Disney's Frozen. Or any age boy or girl for that matter. God knows, my shower has had to suffer my screechy rendition more than a fair amount of times.

*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.

There is a certain faction of characters that are highly revered, extremely popular, and continuously raked through the coals. Writers love to torture, twist, and, sometimes, even kill theses characters. What is it about them? Why are they so fun to torture? What makes writers so eager to be their personal tour guide through hell? I guess it has something to do with building character. As Kelly Clarkson sings, "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger . . . " But, damn.

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