— My brother dsquareddude, trying to cheer me up after I read Gleason and Tomasi’s masterpiece.
I never said that was all you liked. Just a majority of the ones you like. Nor did I say that was a bad thing.I had a little misunderstanding in a previous post and wanted to clarify it. We actually have very similar tastes and trade comics a lot. :) You should follow his blog for Katy Perry music video riffing, Doctor Who-based fiction, and sundry geeky stuff. ^.^
My brother claims that I only like comics about strong women and teens rising to adult challenges with courage and wits. I have no problem agreeing with this statement.
So he’s commending your taste?
Ha, yes he is. We have a good laugh about my taste in comics not because of what I like (my brother appreciates both of these things very much as well), but because of how specific my tastes are. It is very easy to pinpoint what I probably will and won’t like. The tastes of some other superhero comic readers are a bit more broad, and also encompass stories mostly about people punching other people, which I don’t particularly get into as much as the emotional beats.
… Except when it comes to the new Aquaman. The new Aquaman is quite dashing.