When the cover for Justice League United #0, by Mike McKone, was revealed, however, the character was nowhere to be seen. And several folks were disappointed to see a cast that was, well, very not diverse.
The variant cover for JLU #1 by Gene Ha McKone didn’t look any more diverse, either.
But that second cover is actually going to look different and diverse when it hits the stands.
You can see there is a young woman in the right hand corner. Here’s a closer look:
I’m assuming that this is the character based on Shannen Koostachen seen below. Her costume even reflects the blue that Koostachen is wearing below.
DC Comics has had other female Native American superheroes including Dawnstar, a member of the Legionnaires and Sarah Rainmaker who was most recent seen in Gail Simone’s The Movement.
One San Francisco mom, Carol Lei, says selling cookies teach her two girls goal-setting, decision making, management, people skills, and business ethics. They also offer a teachable moment about medical marijuana.
“They learn that they’re not drugged out,” said Lei. “Many have serious needs, and are just a little different.”
"In April, Dean Haspiel’s (The Fox) new graphic novel Fear, My Dear: A Billy Dogma Experience, launches from Z2 Comics (formerly Zip Comics), the second release for Z2 in 2014, following Paul Pope’s Escapo. Fear, My Dear collects newly remastered and never before in print material in the love-war adventures of anti-hero Billy Dogma and the light of his life Jane Legit.”
So, I’m filling out the “you went to Midwinter, how was it?” survey from ALA, and voila question 30, about what you wanna see in the Exhibit Hall. So, just a little plug, in case you’re also filling out this survey. I mean, where *don’t* you want to see zines?