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DC Comics expert, and quite possibly the biggest Supergirl fan on the planet. She is a cohost of the Titans Podcast covering the Titans TV show on DC Universe, and an assistant editor at Women Write About Comics, where she also writes about DC Comics. She has reenacted the cover to Crisis On Infinite Earths #7 with two different live action Supermen.

DC ROUND-UP: A fond farewell to SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN

THIS WEEK: We close the book on Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen and deal poorly with noir tropes in Strange Adventures #3.Note: the reviews below...

DC ROUND-UP: Light those candles for GREEN LANTERN: THE 80TH ANNIVERSARY...

This week: Celebrate 80 years of various Green Lanterns with Green Lantern: The 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super SpectacularNote: the reviews below contain spoilers. If you...

DC ROUND-UP: Black Label Birds of Prey fails to capture the...

THIS WEEK: Brian Azzarello and Emanuela Lupacchino finally deliver their DC Black Label Birds of Prey book. Was it worth the wait?Note: the reviews...

DC ROUND-UP: Batman’s overlooked YEAR THREE

The origin of the first Robin links the second to the third.

INTERVIEW: Steve Orlando talks about the core assets of Nightwing

And what would Aquaman's wrestling entrance music be?

DC ROUND-UP: Disease comes to Gotham in BATMAN: CONTAGION and...

THIS WEEK: With no new comics on the way for the foreseeable future, the DC Round-Up crew is writing about some of our favorite...

INTERVIEW: Nicole Maines on bringing trans issues to SUPERGIRL

Sitting in the dark eating Ritz Crackers is trans solidarity.

DC ROUND-UP: Happy 80th to the Birthday Boy (Wonder) in ROBIN:...

This week: Dick Grayson turns 80, and the rest of the Robins help him celebrate in Robin: The 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular.Note: the...

INTERVIEW: Amy Wolfram on writing the most overlooked Robin for the...

What do King Superman and Death in the Family have in common?

DC ROUND-UP: The impact of heroism in Strange Adventures #1 and...

This week: Both Superman: Villains #1 and Strange Adventures #1 show examples of what the popularization of hero worship can do.Note: the reviews below...

DC ROUND-UP: Fatherhood leads the way in Superman: Heroes

This week: Both Superman: Heroes #1 and Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. give readers a look at what those heroes respective father figures mean to them.Note:...

Recap: PICARD S1E2 – “Maps and Legends”

In the second episode of Picard, "Maps and Legends", we are treated to a deepening of the mystery of Dahj and Soji (Isa Briones)...