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The Great Women Superheroes By Trina Robbins,

  • Title: The Great Women Superheroes
  • Author: Trina Robbins
  • ISBN: 9780878164813
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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
    The Great Women Superheroes 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 o

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    1. I think Trina did some great research Some of these Women Superheroes are still active and some aren t I still found it a great read I started to do research on the Women s Superheroes that aren t around any.

    2. Um livro pioneiro no g nero feito por uma artista e pesquisadora tamb m pioneira quando se trata de mulheres pesquisando quadrinhos Trina faz uma pesquisa aprofundada na g nese das super hero nas na Era de Ouro, reinvocando personagens basicamente desconhecidos para o p blico hodierno Ela trata com profundidade tamb m as hero nas da editora DC Comics, como a Mulher Maravilha, a Supergirl e a anti hero na Mulher Gato, por outro lado, suas an lises da Marvel Comics s o mais concisas e au passant, [...]

    3. There are a lot of problems with this book, but before I talk about the problems I think it s very important to point out that while Trina often shoots and misses when she writes a book, she is very often shooting in an area where no other writers are aiming, and that makes her incredibly valuable There are scores of women cartoonists who would be forgotten without Trina s historical records in such books as this one, and that makes Trina herself a treasure Thanks, Trina Now, that saide often ne [...]

    4. Comic books, like all other aspects of pop culture, reflect the attitudes and s of society Therefore, the changes in the female super heroes in the comic books over the years are what you would expect In the physical sense they wear a lot less clothing, have much bigger breasts and their rears are visible and attractive Many of the early incarnations of the heroines were very stereotypically female, sometimes to the point of stupidity Sue Storm, the only female member of the Fantastic Four, ins [...]

    5. Want to know about female superheroes This book gives a run down of characters obscure and amazing The best part of the book is the coverage of golden age characters from the 1940s The years following 1960 were largely a disappointment according to Trina Robbins New characters were often re launches of old characters, with mixed success It s important to note that the author includes only superheroes and not girl reporters or jungle girls Trina Robbins really loves Wonder Woman A ton I feel that [...]

    6. I stumbled upon a used copy of this book in the neighborhood where I worked and quickly devoured every addictive page of it It s obviously over a decade old so there s been a lot of women superheroes introduced in the intervening years and many existing ones endlessly revamped , but it s still a fascinating read I especially enjoyed learning about a lot of the obscure heroines of the 40s and 50s and how often tropes like Society Gal By Day, Heroine By Night popped up I was extra captivated by To [...]

    7. This is a FABULOUS BOOK Thank you Trina D Onca Ray The Solar Princess of Compassion has been included in Trina Robbins famed Women in Comics Author Historian , book entitled THE GREAT WOMEN SUPERHEROES in the 1990 s chapter, as an online Superheroine Available at book stores near you or at Kitchen Sink Press KitchenSP aol This book is the sister book to her previous book entitled The History Of Women in Comics Visit and interact with Onca Ray The Solar Princess of Compassion, on FaceBook, see he [...]

    8. This book is a fabulous jumping off point for anyone interested in female comic book characters I was amazed at the number of superheroes Robbins was able to introduce and discuss in one book In every chapter I found at least one character I had never heard of or whose comics I had never read, that I suddenly wanted to find out about The book roughly covers the 1940 s 1990 s and as the author states is not all inclusive It would be interesting to know what Robbins would have to say about today [...]

    9. Good and thorough look at the female characters and creators of early comic books read this for research and found myself amazed at how many characters I d never heard of whose adventures might have lasted 4 or less issues in the 1940 s Well worth reading.

    10. 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, current books on the same topic.

    11. Informative and well written Way sensitive than Madrid s recent efforts Pity it s not up to date Would have been nice to have detail from 1980s, but overall a good read and useful for my thesis.

    12. A decent retrospective, loads of good illustrations Would like to see an update that covers the twenty years since it was originally published.

    13. An impressive overview of the female superhero from the early days of comics in the 1930s to present Very interesting read Very recommended

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