Saturday, December 17, 2005


I will post Part IV sometime after Midnight tomorrow (12 AM Central Standard Time, Sunday Morning -- 12/18/05).

If anyone can correctly guess the one female featured in Part IV, I will change my signature on Comic Book Resources (where I post as Patience), and on the Comic-Bloc Forums (here I'm just plain Ragnell) to link to their blog under the words "This person is smarter than me" for one full week (Seven full days of free links from various threads -- And rumor has it that Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps: Recharge, and Infinite Crisis come out this Wednesday, so I'll at least be bitching about them not coming out on Thursday, Friday and Saturday).

I'll also put them at the top of the Blogroll, above the "Comic Bloggers Poll" link, for the entire week, while everyone else is randomly shuffled whenever I feel like a change of scenery.


  1. Okay, I'll try. (I presume one vote per customer.) Tristan from Camelot 3000.

    Just found you recently, via Absorbascon. Fun stuff. Thanks!

  2. I'm gonna guess Sue Dibny. Just because. Who doesn't love her?

  3. Hmm, I guess I'll guess the Invisible Woman. Just for the heck of it. :-) And because Marvel occasionally does do a few things well.

  4. I don't really know DC well enough, but I'll guess. . . Mary Marvel.

  5. The three on my mind (that you haven't yet listed):

    (1) Zatanna, who looks almost like a whole new character after Morrison's re-vamp in Seven Soldiers.

    (2) Selina Kyle/Catwoman. A great character who goes back to the dawn of Bat-comics.

    (3) Helena Bertinelli/Huntress. Always willing to talk back to Batman; took up the mantle when the crap hit the fan and Batman was nowhere to be found in No Man's Land.

    I'll guess it's Zatanna.

  6. Nope, nope nope.

    Nice try, guys, and Walaka gets points for originality, although he mentioned a truly hated female charcter.

    Yes, Tristan seriously annoyed me, as she was so bothered by the transformation. She'd just spent her entire life female, and now it's a tragedy because she suddenly remembers a life of maleness?
    Please, if it were Gawain, she'd have been having the time of her life! Starting out with looking in the mirror through brand new eyes, and then experimenting, as Gawain has already slept with all of the women in Arthurian myth not related to him -- why not try the men now? Look out Lance!

    But no one gets the prize. *Shrug*