Tag Archives: Writer: Valerie D’Orazio

Top 5 Miniseries in 2010

One thing I really appreciate about a miniseries is that there’s going to be a short, self-contained story to tell. The big two companies (Marvel and DC) also tend to take some chances in giving backgrounds to lesser known characters … Continue reading

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X-Men Origins: Emma Frost Comic Book Review

X-Men Origins: Emma Frost by Valerie D’Orazio I think D’Orazio and I have the same viewpoint on Emma Frost. Almost none of this comic rang untrue to my interpretation of who Emma is. She’s very much a self-made woman, sculpted … Continue reading

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Reviews Girl Comics #1

Comic book review for Marvel’s anthology, Girl Comics #1. I really loved this comic. I loved being the audience. I loved that it showcased women writers, artists, and editors. Yes, not every story knocked me out the park with awesome. … Continue reading

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