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Ah, the ongoing debate that even I have in my own head. XD
Heralds is shaping up to seem like a much more promising female-oriented comic.
The cover of Girl Comics #1 has She-Hulk beating Iron Man at arm-wrestling. The cover of Heralds #1 has half a dozen female characters fighting zombies, robots and dinosaurs. Which sounds more awesome?
My decision-making process is a lot simpler. Is it included in the England reprints? If so, I buy it, if not, then no. See, simples.
“Girl Comics” is just wrong title for that comic. When I first saw it, I thought it would be stories ABOUT women for women, which since it was a Marvel comic, I just walked past. When I found out it was BY women, I knew I should at least try it, when I saw some of the creators I knew I had to get it.
Okay, I’m a guy and I bought ALL the Women of marvel one shots and loved ALL of them (Except the Rescue one)
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