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GoGirl! #1 Cover.
Art: Anne Timmons
Colour: Christopher Butcher


GoGirl! #2 Cover.
Art: Anne Timmons
Colour: Christopher Butcher


GoGirl! #3 Cover.
Art: Anne Timmons
Colour: Christopher Butcher


GoGirl! #4 Cover.
Art: Anne Timmons
Colour: Christopher Butcher


GoGirl! #5 Cover.
Art: Anne Timmons
Colour: Christopher Butcher

GO GIRL!

Meet GoGirl! Lindsay Goldman's mom was a superhero in the 1970's, and now it looks like Lindsay is following in the family tradition! Published quarterly in black and white by Image Comics, GoGirl! is a fun all-ages comic that's perfect for your daughter, neice, cousin, or for you! Each issue features great colour page pin-ups, paper dolls, and artwork and letters from you, the readers! Look for GoGirl! at your local comic book store!

GoGirl! #1
Lindsay Goldman's mom was a superheroine in the 1970s, but she quit to become a wife and mother. She doesn't know that her teenage daughter has inherited her ability to fly. When Lindsay's best friend is kidnapped, she decides it's time to become a superheroine and go to the rescue -- only it takes more than the ability to fly to be a superheroine! Written by Trina Robbins, with art by Anne Timmons, lettering and production by Sean Glumace, and colours by Christopher Butcher.

http://www.comicbookresources.com - Check out Comic Book Resources' preview of GoGirl! #1.
Silver Bullet Comics - Ray Tate reviews GoGirl! #1 for Silver Bullet Comics.
http://www.captaincomics.net - Randy Meyeres reviews GoGirl #1 for Captain Comics.
http://www.ybfree.com/2GOGIRL1.html - Cosmic Nerd Girl's review of GoGirl #1, from Bandwith Pop Culture Magazine.


GoGirl! #2
Poor Lindsay! Her birthday falls on Christmas and she feels ignored and unappreciated. But then she gets a chance to see what the world would be like if she never existed. Does this remind you of a certain Jimmy Stewart movie that they show on TV every Christmas? You betcha! Written by Trina Robbins, with art by Anne Timmons, lettering and production by Sean Glumace, and colours by Christopher Butcher.

Comic Book Resources - Check out Comic Book Resources' preview of GoGirl! #2.
Silver Bullet Comics - Ray Tate reviews GoGirl! #2 for Silver Bullet Comics.


GoGirl! #3
You think it's easy being a teenage superhero? The cute guys are too intimidated to ask Lindsay out, and the girls feel threatened. But that's nothing! Wait till Lindsay meets -- The Teacher From Hell! Written by Trina Robbins, with art by Anne Timmons, lettering and production by Tom Orzechowski, and colours and production by Christopher Butcher.

Silver Bullet Comics - Ray Tate reviews GoGirl! #3 for Silver Bullet Comics.


GoGirl! #4
Cowgirls and rustlers and aliens, oh my! When Lindsay and her mom decide to vacation at a dude ranch owned by Janet's old crime-fighting partner, they haven't reckoned with a scary hired man and mysteriously disappearing cattle. Lindsay does some sleuthing and discovers that the truth is out there! Award-winner Trina Robbins (Inkpot, Lulu awards) joins Eisner nominee Anne Timmons and prize-winning letterer Tom Orzechowski (Every award in comics!) to produce a critically acclaimed comic for girls and the boys who like them.


GoGirl! #5
Coming in November, GoGirl! #5 promises the most action-packed and exciting GoGirl story to date! Look for more information coming soon!

Other GoGirl! Links
http://homepage.mac.com/tafrin/ - Please visit GoGirl artist Anne Timmons' homepage.

http://www.4colorreview.com - Jason Baldwin at 4colorrevieww talks about the importance of ordering GoGirl!

http://216.251.240.98/Comics/CB1222-Girls.asp - Jennifer M. Contino discusses GoGirl's plans with Trina at WizardWorld.com.

http://www.jazmaonline.com - Jazma Online interviews Trina Robbins about what GoGirl!, in (then) preparation for the series.

http://www.fandomshop.com - Jennifer M. Contino interviews Trina Robbins for Fandom.

http://www.villagevoice.com - The Village Voice's feature article on Trina and GoGirl!, by Carol Cooper.

http://www.twomorrows.com - Comicbook Artist Magazine #10 was guest-editted by Trina Robbins and featured GoGirl on the cover!


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