DC Comics Covergirls

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Universe, 2007 - Art - 205 pages
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From the trailblazing Wonder Woman of the 1940s to edgy, girl-power-driven comics series like Birds of Prey, DC Comics Covergirls takes a look at the female characters of DC Comics throughout the company's history, and features many of DC Comics' iconic comic book covers. Written by renowned comic book writer Louise Simonson, the book examines the evolution of the comic book women of DC Comics: the 1942 introduction of the most famous DC heroine, Wonder Woman, and her various incarnations up to the present; the creation of comic book spin-offs based on characters such as Lois Lane; and the recent wealth of fierce, female character-driven comics such as Supergirl, Birds of Prey, Batgirl, and Catwoman, featuring women who have no trouble being both sexy and strong-willed. Famous featured DC Comics artists include Jim Lee, Alex Ross, Adam Hughes, J. Scott Campbell, Michael Turner, Tim Sale, and Jill Thompson. DC Comics Covergirls is a smart and in-depth look at the female comic book characters we've grown up with all these years, and is sure to appeal to new comic book fans and diehard collectors alike.

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FOREWORD 13
1936
WONDER WOMAN 36
1970
GOTHAM GIRLS 112
2007
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Louise Simonson is one of the best-known female comic book writers working in the comic book industry today. She has risen to the top of the male-dominated business and has garnered acclaim for her work for Marvel and DC Comics, including Superman: Man of Steel, X-Factor, Power Pack, Steel, and New Mutants. She lives in Suffern, New York.

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