"Danger Girl has been a bit of a guilty pleasure for me since it first appeared, back when I was in college. It was the only series from the Cliffhanger imprint that I picked up, and I guess I made the right choice because I seem to recall it was the only Cliffhanger series to reach its conclusion (even if it did take something like two years to get those seven issues). The series is not high art, though it has never pretended to be. It's simply the comic book equivalent of a big, dumb summer popcorn blockbuster, which is something you just want to read once in a while."
- DANGER GIRL (1998)
- DANGER GIRL SPECIAL (2000)
- DANGER GIRL: KAMIKAZE! (2001)
- DANGER GIRL: HAWAIIAN PUNCH (2003)
- DANGER GIRL: VIVA LAS DANGER (2004)
- DANGER GIRL: BACK IN BLACK (2006)
- DANGER GIRL: BODY SHOTS (2007)
- DANGER GIRL: REVOLVER (2012)
- DANGER GIRL: TRINITY (2013)
- DANGER GIRL: THE CHASE (2013)
Note that I am not reviewing the crossover material, BATMAN/DANGER GIRL and DANGER GIRL AND THE ARMY OF DARKNESS, for a few reasons. One, the Batman story is long out of print and expensive on the secondary market. Plus, it's drawn by Leinil Yu, an artist I like, but who doesn't seem to fit the Danger Girl style. The ARMY OF DARKNESS story is still easily procured, as it just came out in 2013 -- but I've never seen any of the EVIL DEAD movies, so I really have no interest.
But more than the above reasons is the fact that, after reading DANGER GIRL/G.I. JOE, I assume these crossovers will be more of the same -- a very fan-fictiony look at the Danger Girl characters teaming up with long-established properties -- and that just doesn't appeal to me. So this project will be pure, uncut Danger Girl, and nothing more.