Old Navy currently has some very cute Wonder Woman shirts for women. I didn’t see the shirts on the  website, but when I went into the store today they had plenty in stock. PLUS there is a 30% off sale on all merchandise until Monday, so it might be a good time to make a trip to Old Navy this weekend!

P.S. They also have plenty of superhero and Star Wars shirts for guys and kids.

From girlsreadcomics.com

"We want you!

Girls Read Comics Too is starting a companion series to our Women In Comics series, featuring the ladies who read and love comics. All you have to do is answer some comics related questions via email, and you’ll get your own spotlight blog post as you see in our Women in Comics series (which will be back on track soon)!

If you’re interested, please send an email to girlsreadcomicstoo@gmail.com. Just let us know your name and that you want to be included.

Thank you, kick ass comic ladies!”

I never really got the appeal of the genderswap/genderbent art, but after going through some of it, I kind of like alot of the pieces I’ve discovered. I do however, find it strange that most genderswap art is male->female; I really couldn’t find many female->male pictures!

Anyway, I like viewing genderswap art, mainly because I think male costumes are generally cooler than female costumes, and it’s nice to see female characters drawn with more practical and modest attire(whenever I dress up for a costume party, I usually choose to emulate a male character for exactly this reason). However, this is not always the case, and most genderswap art automatically puts the female version of the characters in more revealing versions of their costume.

With all of that said, I hope you enjoy today’s theme of genderswap/genderbent superheroes!