The Great Women Superheroes

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Kitchen Sink Press, 1996 - Art - 207 pages
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Trina Robbins, author of A Century of Women Cartoonists, has written the ultimate book on superheroines. The Great Women Superheroes is the first book of its kind. Robbins covers good girls and bad in one fascinating volume. Over 200 illustrations!

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When was Wonder Woman created? Who is Miss Fury? What is Supergirl's disguise? Here comic illustrater and writer Robbins (A Century of Women Cartoonists, Kitchen Sink, 1993) answers these questions ... Read full review

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While informative, this book is very much a product of 1996, and Robbins' analysis of the superheroines belongs firmly in that era. Her scholarship occasionally feels questionable, but honestly that may be because I have read other, more current books on the same topic. Read full review



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Trina Robbins grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Her mother, a second-grade schoolteacher, taught her to read at age four. She says, "It is the greatest gift anyone has ever given to me." Robbins turned her love of books into a lifelong career. For more than 30 years, she has been writing graphic novels and children's books. Her work includes comics such as Wonder Woman and Powerpuff Girls, as well as GoGirl!, her own graphic novel series for girls.

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