SOME INFO ABOUT MYSELFBeing the selected wisdom of a certain writer of adventure picto-books, Gail Simone.
So go wish the FABULOUS, KIND, SUPER-WISE, and MEGA-AMAZING gailsimone the very happiest of birthdays! She’s done so much when it comes to representation and good storytelling in comics, from the introduction of characters like Alysia Yeoh in Batgirl, to her amazing work on Birds of Prey to the diverse team-roster in The Movement! Gail has worked wonders when it comes to making sure that EVERYONE has a voice within comics, that no matter your race, where you fall on the gender-spectrum, where you’re from, or who you are, there are these ASTONISHING HEROES just like you! Not only that, but she’s also worked towards making the comic industry itself more reflective of the truly (and fantastically) diverse world we live in, championing more gender-diversity, race-diversity, and just more all-around diversity in creators, editors, retailers, promoters, con-goers, and just EVERYONE who shares this wonderful world of comic-fandom with us!
Thank you for the very kind words! I wish I was as awesome as you make me sound.
It is a happy birthday because of readers like you!
Every month, I continue to be amazed that I look forward to a Red Sonja book. Gail Simone has revived this character to one that is incredibly enjoyable all while being foul of mouth and of scent. The insults that Simone puts into Sonja’s mouth are worth the cover price alone.
In this issue, we are told the tale of Malak, Red Sonja’s husband. Oh, you didn’t know she was married? Turns out,…
Thank you for the very kind words!
And you’re right, I freaking love Red Sonja. :)
If anyone out there has been thinking of trying it, this is a fun done-in-one story about Red Sonja’s secret hubby!
gorblax said: Happy birthday, Gail Simone! Black Canary was first written by Robert Kanigher, who also created Sgt. Rock, Haunted Tank, the Metal Men, and Poison Ivy!
I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO NOW.
adamrsherman said: Are you familiar with Rooster Teeth at all? Or any of their productions like Red vs. Blue or RWBY?
Only a little bit…
I have written animated shows.
I have been a Guest of a Honor at cons all over the world.
I have won several awards.
But I still squee like an eight year old when I find a cool Wonder Woman mug.
Don’t judge me.
Anonymous said: Why couldn't they have gotten someone who was actually made out of clay and lightning to play Wonder Woman? :( :(