Gina Misiroglu's Writings
Los Angeles Times Book Review
The devil made them draw it By Gina MisirogluJune 19, 2005 in print edition R-9 Scholars of popular culture have long analyzed the dichotomy of good and evil in comic books. Readers have embraced the tension between good and evil so much that superhero comics have been called the new mythology for the 21st century. Making sense of the villainous has been a...
It gives a fella a good feeling to know they're up there doing their job.”
—Ordinary Joe, upon gazing at Batman and Robin approaching Gotham City in their Batcopter in Batman: The Movie (1966)
Gina Misiroglu is a best-selling author and book editor, specializing in the wordsmithing of popular culture, biography, American history, and women’s studies titles. She is the editor of the three-volume reference work American Countercultures: An...
Causes Gina Misiroglu Supports
Doctors Without Borders, American Cancer Society, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
Gina’s Favorite Books
Fiction: A Prayer for Owen Meany (John Irving); Nonfiction: 1776 (David McCullough) and The Power of Now (Eckhart Tolle)