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DC Women Kicking Ass

Thoughts, pictures, reviews and other stuff about the women in comics who kick ass.
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Mar 12 '12

New 3 Chicks (well really just two) is up for listening

Kelly and I are back with another episode of the 3 Chicks Review Comics Podcast, the number one comics podcast starring me and Kelly.

This week we review two new comics; Saga, by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples from Image and Boom’s Supurbia by Grace Randolph and Russell Dauterman. 

I’m just going to tell you point blank: GO PICK UP SAGA this week. 

Kelly and then talk about new comics, what our pull list looks like compared to last year and we answer questions from our loyal readers. Did we ask yours? You will have to listen to know!

So please give us a listen and, as usual, leave a comment letting us know your thoughts.

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  4. comiccharm said: Loved this podcast! I have been waiting for Saga eagerly. 8D
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