Amanda Likes Comics

you know, i’m sure marvel has a really good reason why there isn’t a black widow movie yet…

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you know, black widow is a hard character to write and it’s not like they have a script just lying around-

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well they can’t have had that for long-

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it’s been such a long time though, i’m sure he doesn’t still want to do it-

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well, it’s also not like there was ever another script in development before or anything-

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but does she have any history of working well with Marvel and writing a great movie with a plot that seemed like a hard sell-

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it’ll be hard to find a director though, that will have to bear the responsibility of directing the first Marvel female-led movie-

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but is she a strong character who has been established in several other hugely successful/well-received movies and played by one of the most bankable actresses in the world-

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then again, maybe she doesn’t even want to do a black widow movie-

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wow, so what the fans have to say actually matters?! that’s great! so they might listen to us and-

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but they do supposedly have movies planned up until 2028, we must at least be getting one black widow movie at some point-

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but wait-

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Really pissed because I just saw someone say “do I look like a comic book reader to you?! I’ve only seen the movies”.

What the fuck does that mean? What do you think a comic book reader looks like and why the fuck do you make it sound like it’s a bad thing to be one?

I think…

I know right? I get the same reactions. Once I got told that “I must be looking for a gift for my boyfriend” by a random man in the store, he said it was because I didn’t look like a comic fan. It’s quite baffling how people think these stereotypes are true. Bc they just assume if you don’t look like a tv nerd then it’s impossible for you to enjoy reading comics

Ohmygod I had that so much. When people come into my room they always ask me “is this your brother’s room?” bc most of it is literally things like batman or spiderman or little comic book related things like my figurines and stuff and each time I just give them a blank state bc no, that all belongs to me, I don’t see why people just assume it’s a guy thing like a lot of the people who read comic books are female and it’s so stupid that we have to either look like one of the nerds on tv, a “fake” nerd or we can’t like comics at all

Ohmygod I hate that! I wish people could just accept that women are a huge percentage in comic readers. It’s complete bull getting remarks and questions like that, I’ve loved comics since I was a kid, my brother never really liked them much yet everyone always assumed anything comic related was his, I remember once I got asked if my spiderman shirt was my brothers and if I was borrowing it. it’s all pretty sad actually, stupid and sad. Like, if especially if you’re a girl you better *look* like a nerd or else no one will believe you could actually enjoy comics.


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Lumberjanes #4

Written by Noelle Stevenson & Grace Ellis
Illustrated by Brooke Allen
Colors by Maarta Laiho
Letters by Aubrey Aiese
Character Designs by Noelle Stevenson & Brooke Allen
Badge Designs by Kate Leth
Design by Scott Newman
Edited by Dafna Pleban & Whitney Leopard
Created by Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis & Noelle Stevenson
Published by BOOM! Studios

Now available at your local comic book retailer and online at:
BOOM! Studios Webstore | Comixology | Things From Another World


diseasedmaniac:




Lumberjanes #4

Written by Noelle Stevenson & Grace Ellis
Illustrated by Brooke Allen
Colors by Maarta Laiho
Letters by Aubrey Aiese
Character Designs by Noelle Stevenson & Brooke Allen
Badge Designs by Kate Leth
Design by Scott Newman
Edited by Dafna Pleban & Whitney Leopard
Created by Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis & Noelle Stevenson
Published by BOOM! Studios

Now available at your local comic book retailer and online at:
BOOM! Studios Webstore | Comixology | Things From Another World

diseasedmaniac:

Lumberjanes #4

Written by Noelle Stevenson & Grace Ellis

Illustrated by Brooke Allen

Colors by Maarta Laiho

Letters by Aubrey Aiese

Character Designs by Noelle Stevenson & Brooke Allen

Badge Designs by Kate Leth

Design by Scott Newman

Edited by Dafna Pleban & Whitney Leopard

Created by Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis & Noelle Stevenson

Published by BOOM! Studios

Now available at your local comic book retailer and online at:

BOOM! Studios Webstore | Comixology | Things From Another World