Recent years have seen an influx of comics starring young women characters – Ms. Marvel, Lumberjanes, Gotham Academy, to name only a few. The comics community as a whole has grown more welcoming and comics like these reflect that, offering tales that explore friendship, romance, and butt-kicking from a fresh perspective. And not only are women getting more page-time as the heroes of their own stories, but there’s greater representation for POC and queer characters. All in all, comics today offer a diverse bunch of characters to follow and adore (and cosplay!) and that, simply put, is fantastic. From this … Continue reading ZODIAC STARFORCE #4 [Review]