A Supervillain Lesbian Love Story
Bianca Crowley has spent her whole life pretending to be straight, because that’s what her mother and society expect of the beautiful redhead. But when she meets the out and proud Gamer Girl - who already has the kickass costume and awesome super-powers - Bianca finally finds an outlet for the feelings she’s been suppressing her entire life.
Surfing the current wave of popular, female-focused comics — like Sex Criminals, Captain Marvel, and Batgirl — this is a mature love story with all the sex, hijinks, broken hearts and inappropriate cell phone pics that entails.
Gamer Girl & Vixen is a comic book series created and written by Kristi McDowell and Sean Ian Mills, with art by Gemma Moody and lettering by Taylor Esposito. The series will appeal to fans with a soft spot for well-rounded villains, and those looking for more lighthearted adventure and romance in their comics.
The goal of this project is to create a fun and exciting series that hooks into the growing trend of brighter, friendlier comics. The day of the grim, male action hero is over. Fandom is demanding more female characters and creators, and Gamer Girl & Vixen is the perfect new franchise to fill that niche.
Daisy Jane and Rock Bradley were two of the most notorious bank robbers in the American Southwest. And then they fell in love. Join FRANK J. BARBIERE (FIVE GHOSTS, The Revisionist) and VICTOR SANTOS (THE MICE TEMPLAR, Polar) for a pulp-infused criminal romance oozing with style and action!
This will be a short review because I feel pretty confident this comic isn't what you came here for. This reads like a teenage boy's fantasy of revenge and violence with a side of naked people.
One of the taglines is "an extreme tale of revenge and love." I gotta say, I didn't see any love. There's some sex, some shooting of someone the "heroine" has just had sex with... I just... nope.
So, it's on sale 5/30/17. I haven't been posting much in the way of negative reviews, but I felt like I got suckered into this one with the "romance" tag, so here's me telling you not to do the same.