comicsalliance:

ANGELA STARS IN NEW ONGOING SERIES FROM GILLEN, BENNETT, JIMINEZ AND HANS
By Andrew Wheeler
Asgard already boasts an unlikely agent in the form of young trickster god Loki. Now it has an unlikely assassin as well, as Loki’s sis from another exis(tence), Angela, gets her own solo title this November, Angela: Asgard’s Assassin.
The new series by writers Kieron Gillen and Margeurite Bennett and artists Phil Jimenez and Stephanie Hans was announced at the Avengers NOW panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday — the same panel where Al Ewing and Luke Ross’s Captain America And The Mighty Avengers was unveiled.
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comicsalliance:

ANGELA STARS IN NEW ONGOING SERIES FROM GILLEN, BENNETT, JIMINEZ AND HANS

By Andrew Wheeler

Asgard already boasts an unlikely agent in the form of young trickster god Loki. Now it has an unlikely assassin as well, as Loki’s sis from another exis(tence), Angela, gets her own solo title this November, Angela: Asgard’s Assassin.

The new series by writers Kieron Gillen and Margeurite Bennett and artists Phil Jimenez and Stephanie Hans was announced at the Avengers NOW panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday — the same panel where Al Ewing and Luke Ross’s Captain America And The Mighty Avengers was unveiled.

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kervinshope asked:

Are you a feminist? or , do you support these people?

Graphic Details Answer:

princelesscomic:

If, by “these people”, you mean feminists then I absolutely do.  I support the feminist mission of equal rights and equal treatment of men and women.  Absolutely.

Am I a feminist?  In so far as a man can be a feminist, I would say I am. However, I believe that when it comes to the feminist movement it is my job as an ally to women to support women who identify as feminists and do what a can to foster a society in which women are treated equally.  I do not believe it is my job to claim feminism of force my way into being a part of a women’s movement. 

In short, I support feminism and women in feminist movements but do not feel comfortable identifying myself as a feminist as I do not believe it is my job to decide what is and is not feminist - up to and including myself.  Does that make sense?

ryannorth:

ramonvillalobos:

Original Sins #3"Uh, I hate to interrupt this little Y.A. tea party, but are you guys gonna let me talk or what? Geez. I thought you guys fought crime."

Drawing that first panel was a defining moment in my life.

Fairly confident Original Sins 4 drops like today or something. Check it out.

Also out today: Original Sins 4: fewer butts this issue, but it’s still PRETTY GREAT.

(Source: 5ummit)