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ISBN:
1569717982
Author:
Dark Horse Comics,Trina Robbins
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dark Horse Books (October 29, 2002)
Pages:
136 pages
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Go Girl, Vol. 1 Paperback – October 29, 2002. by Dark Horse Comics (Author), Trina Robbins (Illustrator). Go Girl begins with a message from the author Trina Robbins talking about her desire to create a superhero book for girls

Go Girl, Vol. Go Girl begins with a message from the author Trina Robbins talking about her desire to create a superhero book for girls. This idea seems almost quaint after several years of the manga boom. There are plenty of comics for girls, it's just that American publishers aren't making them. Robbins and artist Anne Timmons deliver some pretty standard superhero fare. Go Girl is the daughter of 70s heroine Go-Go Girl and inherited her mom's flying powers.

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But Go-Go Girl eventually hung up her costume - well, put it away in a dresser drawer - and now her teenage .

But Go-Go Girl eventually hung up her costume - well, put it away in a dresser drawer - and now her teenage daughter, Lindsay, has inherited Mom's flying powers, donned her old costume, and become the teenage superheroine sensation Go Girl! Now she's fighting crime and righting wrongs. with an occasional leg up from the now semi-retired Go-Go Girl.

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Back in the day, Janet Goldman was an honest-to-goodness flying superhero, the far out Go-Go Girl. But Go-Go Girl eventually hung up her costume - well, put it away in a dresser drawer - and now her teenage daughter, Lindsay, has inherited Mom's flying powers, donned her old costume, and become the teenage superheroine sensation Go Girl! Now she's fighting crime and righting wrongs...with an occasional leg up from the now semi-retired Go-Go Girl. Pouring the classic charm of comics of the past through a subtle modernist filter, series creator/writer Trina Robbins and artist Anne Timmons have crafted an all-ages delight, garnering critical praise and a coveted Lulu Award. The GoGirl! collection includes pinups by Barb Rausch, Steve Leiber, Lea Hernandez, Sergio Aragones, and others and bonus features, including material never before seen in the GoGirl! series.
  • THOMAS
Go Girl begins with a message from the author Trina Robbins talking about her desire to create a superhero book for girls. This idea seems almost quaint after several years of the manga boom. There are plenty of comics for girls, it's just that American publishers aren't making them.

Robbins and artist Anne Timmons deliver some pretty standard superhero fare. Go Girl is the daughter of 70s heroine Go-Go Girl and inherited her mom's flying powers. She fights a series of mostly harmless criminals while dealing with snotty kids at her high school and hangs with her friends. The art is clean and clear, more like an Archie comic than a superhero book.

They're fine, middle of the road comics aimed at grade school or middle school kids. They could just as easily be Spiderman or Superboy stories.

They're not bad by any means but there's really nothing compelling to recommend them. Not when the manga boom has delivered much better comics with strong female leads.
  • Winail
These comics were made to appeal to Girls, and I must say, it is a shame more people didn't know of these issues. Should have been placed in racks by the girl's toys aisle in dept. stores. Not much of a market for this in your average comic store. I'd like to see Robbins do a similar theme with Mary Marvel for DC comics. Sadly, i guess that will never be! All volumes of this are recommended, BTW!
  • Voodoolkree
I got it for 4$ is.... an ok comic... the character is ok lshe really looks like she's from the 70's but overall harmless i may do a full review in a week lol
  • Kiutondyl
Go,Girl!,a series of ongoing comics by writer Trina Robbins and artist Anne Timmons is one that captivates a readership easily .
The writing is interesting,attention holding,and there is the recipe of writing every reader needs. An individual,original ,issue has the soap opera hook that shouts out"To be continued" without the words.
The art fits like a glove as an asset to the storyline,and at times could probably tell the story alone.
The trade paperback is a compilation of the 5 individual comics plus 2 more along with some pinups done by other people .
It makes a nice gift ,too!
  • Wiliniett
This comic book series and now the paperback version is just what girls the world over needed! Realistic body images of young teen girls and reasonable adolescent ideas about their world. I'm really pleased with what I've read from Trina Robbins. She's retained the knowledge and experience from raising her own daughter and put it into her storylines so well! I see myself with my own 2 daughters in some of what Lindsay says to her mom in some of the episodes! It's so uncanny! And the artwork from Anne Timmons is exceptional! Her capture of an 'Eartha Kitt' version of the catwoman in issue #5 was so delightfully humorous, it brought us parents into the enjoyment of these stories! I wish more parents knew about this great series for their daughters and I plan on trying my best to spread the word. Take a copy of this comic book to your child's school and introduce it to some of your favorite teachers so they can show it to their female students and maybe even the boys will enjoy it!
My 15-yr-old daughter is also enjoying reading the stories about Lindsay and perusing the artwork, and she gets a real kick out of the paperdolls and costumes done on the back cover! She's even tried her own hand at drawing 'Go Girl!'
When can we see issue #6?
  • hulk
Robbins/Timmons book, GoGirl is just the tonic for your budding superstar daughter! I found this book fun, the artwork terrific, and amidst all the super shennagans are found some very realistic adolescent conditions that all young girls regardless of their super-strengths are bound to encounter!: peer pressure, role-modeling, parent-child relations, self-image, the whole gamut, kind of like a modern day Nancy Drew who can FLY! Oh, and by-the-way, did I tell you she's carrying on her MOTHER's fine superheroine tradition? Go figure. Go get this book. Go now. Do not pass go and do not pass this one by. Your kid will love it. Mine did.
  • skyjettttt
What a wonderful contribution to the genre: a girl-friendly superhero comic with a terrific heroine (with a Super Mom--in every sense of the word), fine story lines, and wonderful illustrations! The fashion pages remind of the Katy Keene comics I loved as a girl. When my 11-year-old daughter read this (in a single sitting), she demanded to know when a second volume would come out! Ann and Trina--go girls!
Thsi is such a great story by Trina Robbins. Anne Timmons, I give you 5/5 stars on your artwork! This is an amazing storyline of comics! And the next go girl is called "Go Girl 'The Time Team' volume 1" It's better than the original!