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DC Women Kicking Ass

Thoughts, pictures, reviews and other stuff about the women in comics who kick ass. This is a feminist site. Deal with it.
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Jan 6 '13

georgethecat asked:

Oh help me, Sue, you're my only hope: I'm compiling a list of good books for young girls to read so we can get more in for our LCS, and so we'll be ready with a lot of books when we invite the local Girl Guides in for a tour. Can you think of maybe 5 for an add to the list? (Also, I started a nine-year-old girl on a pull list. She's just getting Adventure Time for now. But it was the most adorbz ever).

Princeless, Supergirl’s Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade, Takio, Archie (still a favorite after all these years!), Marvel Adventures (the Paul Tobin ones are a favorite), MaryJane Loves Spider-man/Spider-man Loves Maryjane. They probably have already read them but Smile and Drama by Rainia Telgemeir.

  1. kagcomix said: The “Amelia Rules!” books rock.
  2. kurtbullman said: Luke Pearson’s Hilda books from Nobrow Press are amazing. Also the Gum Girl by Andi Watson.
  3. catsuitmonarchy said: And Fionna and Cake just got released. In case they only meant the main Adventure Time book.
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