A cornucopia of useful and fun resources for those of you who want to learn
more about comic books. At least, I hope it will be.
For all your Women of Gotham linking needs, here's a banner.
Just right-click on it (or control + click, for you Mac users), save and insert into your own web page! Go
nuts. But please use http://webspace.webring.com/people/na/apothenea/ as your link
For all your Women of Gotham linking needs, here's a banner. Just right-click on it (or control + click, for you Mac users), save and insert into your own web page! Go nuts. But please use http://webspace.webring.com/people/na/apothenea/ as your link url.
Now pick your poison:
I like mentioning this site a lot. Mostly because it's fabulous, it's WoG's partner site, and its webmaster, Jennifer Ford, has helped and encouraged me a lot in constructing this site. Pick your reason, and check it out!
Another DC woman that I love, and this site has it all.
An amazing array of brief bios on comic book women await you here.
Get the latest scoops on the upcoming Birds of Prey TV series here! Also check out KryptonSite's Smallville page, on one of my favourite current shows.
An exhaustive and detailed site about my favourite Marvel woman, Jean Grey.
Diamond Comics cancelled because of low orders. Help save this comic! Ask about it at your local comic shop!
Comic Book Resource's hilarious weekly column You'll All Be Sorry, has compiled a bizarre and disturbing list of all the female comic book characters who have suffered gruesome tragedies or deaths. Worth a look.
Because I'm growing to love Jean Grey and Black Widow as much as Oracle and Black Canary, here's a link to learn all about those wonderful women of the House of Ideas.
Words of Prey poster, one of my all-time favourite artists and one of the nicest guys in comics, Butch Guice. That's a mouthful. A cool site created by Erik (E!) Burnham.
This is my favourite comic book magazine. Staffed with several pro journalists, the site's articles are always well-written, fair, and good-humoured. Just plain fun.
A great site if you want industry news, reviews, columns, and resources. The site also has a big database that includes links to industry pros and comics publishers.
News, links, and oodles of reviews. Regular WoG contributor Bob (aka Robert Dawson) writes reviews here, too.
However you say it, this is a fun-packed DC fanzine.
A Net mag that examines pop culture (including comic books) with equal parts snark and love. And it includes comic reviews by our beloved Corrina!
My favourite site about one of my favourite mutant men. Its webmistress has taken a unique focus on Wolverine, examining his life before and outside of the X-Men. Nary a piece of yellow spandex or pointy mask you'll find here, and that's a good thing, bub.
A comprehensive website dedicated to one of my favourite Marvel men. I haven't yet figured out if he's literally without fear, though.
And if you like your men... um... insane, I recommend this site, run by a good friend of mine. No, no! My friend's not insane! Two-Face is -- oh, nevermind. Just click on the link, whydontcha.
Anne Rice sometimes talks as if the vampires of her Vampire Chronicles are real. And if you go to this site, you'll believe it. Lestat, Louis, and the rest of those delicious vamps have as their web home the most drop-dead beautiful site I have ever seen. If Lestat is real and on the web, he lives here. Eerie.
Death Quaker, WoG's Birds of Prey reviewer, has a home on the web with a little bit of everything, from noble causes to role-playing to the exact definition of a "death quaker." Be sure to check out DQ's new Shrine to Women Who Kick Ass.
Rare Medium columnist Eilonwy. Includes more of her thoughtful writing.
So... you keep hearing about the Batman: No Man's Land crossover, but have no idea what the krunk it is? Though it's just beginning, this site promises to offer a comprehensive guide to No Man's Land. It's worth the visit!
Radio Comix. You can order it through your local comic shop. Read it! Tell your friends!
And just to prove that the "Rings" part of "Links & Rings" isn't just propaganda, here are the webrings of which Women of Gotham is a proud member. I encourage you to check out the other sites on the ring, because if you enjoy Women of Gotham, you'll enjoy these, too.
And let us not forget the Birds of Prey Partnership: