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DC Launching Female-Focused 'Gotham City Garage' Comic in August
DC Entertainment is taking the resistance on the road with new series Gotham City Garage, based on the popular line of statues from DC Collectibles.


Set in an alternate version of the DC Universe where Governor Lex Luthor has transformed the traditional dystopia of Gotham City into a contemporary paradise known as The Garden, Gotham City Garage centers on those who don’t believe in his program of keeping all citizens locked up to one networked mindset that he controls. And these members of the resistance just happen to be versions of familiar DC heroines.

“Gotham City Garage is an anti-fascist anthem for the open road, starring reimagined takes on DC’s great female characters through an outlaw lens,” Collin Kelly, who’ll co-write the series with Jackson Lanzing, said in a statement. “We’re bringing Big Barda, Steel, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, Silver Banshee, Hawkgirl and the first Kryptonian this world has ever seen — the mysterious girl named Kara Gordon — into a world of bikes, outlaws and elaborate tattoos.”

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Most motorcycle clubs don’t allow women to join, so what did Jen Baquial from New York do? She created her own motorcycle club for women called The Sirens Women’s Motorcycle Club of New York City. If that alone isn’t badass, the fact that this nonprofit organisation collects and pasteurises breast milk to deliver to newborn babies and mothers in New York hospitals, certainly is. In addition to this kind gesture, they also raise money for the New York Milk Bank.

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Vans Girls’ Catskills Moto Diaries // Babes Ride Out:  Nina Kaplan 

Look up the word “wanderlust” in the dictionary, and we’re pretty sure you’d come across a photo of moto-babe, Nina Kaplan. Her infectious smile, and adventurous spirit make Nina the ultimate road warrior to add to your travel crew, and time-and-time again she has proven to be one of the most adventurous women we’ve ever met. Just like us, Nina traveled from California to attend Babes Ride Out East Coast, and we were excited to catch up with this ball of positive energy in the humid heat of Catskill, New York. Get to know more about Nina, and learn how motorcycles have changed her life, and the advice she has for girls interested in riding. 

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What your favorite Touhou girl says about you
  • Reimu: People might consider you pretty vanilla, but you really like Touhou and Reimu does a good job encompassing the best things about it.
  • Marisa: You're a cheerful person who likes to live life as you go, and are always ready for excitement. You like how her attitude reflects yours.
  • Sakuya: You love seeing girls kick ass and look cool doing it. Most likely a Jojo fan. Probably still salty about Touhou 10-13.
  • Ichirin: Also a Jojo fan.
  • Youmu: You're a weapons fanatic and ready to bust out your katana collection and explain in detail how Japanese smiths worked with metal. You also like nervous anime girls.
  • Reisen: Weapons fanatic also, but mostly guns. You're really into military fiction and girls in suits.
  • Yuyuko: You like beautiful ladies and you know it. You look at fanart of her a lot.
  • Remilia: You've either been reading or writing fanfiction for years, and have like 20 headcanons for her and her past.
  • Alice: You probably have one or more ships involving her, and tons of doll headcanons.
  • Yukari: You're into powerful mysterious ladies but also find it relatable how she sleeps uncaringly for months at a time.
  • Yuuka: You're either a hardcore PC-98 fan or in love with the idea of a hot lady kicking your ass.
  • Momiji: You're a furry. Don't even try to deny it.
  • Ran: See above.
  • Rin: See above.
  • Chen: See above.
  • Mamizou: See above.
  • Kagerou: See above.
  • Aunn: See above.
  • Flandre: You discovered Touhou through the Ronald McDonald video, and most likely thought she was a crazy yandere chick at some point. You really want to leave your past behind you.
  • Byakuren: You probably like latex, and older women. Or motorcycles. Maybe all of these things. You either think she's pure and too good for this world, or disagree with her entirely but can't bring yourself to dislike her.
  • Kanako: You're definitely into older women. You want to be stepped on.
  • Utsuho: You like science fiction, huge-titted ditzy girls, or both.
  • Patchouli: You think she's relatable, because she's a shut-in who hates social interaction and just wants to be left alone.
  • Sumireko: See above.
  • Koakuma: You have enough headcanons to validate liking an unnamed enemy more than any other girl. Probably involved in RP or fanfiction.
  • Rumia: You watched Osana Reimu and cried. A lot.
  • Cirno: You like every Touhou meme and Chirumiru is your ringtone.
  • Medicine Melancholy: You have never wanted to give somebody a hug so badly in your entire life.
  • Junko: See above.
  • Koishi: You're either into adorable cute fluffy sparkly things, or gory horror. Probably both.
  • Sanae: God you just want an anime waifu already
  • Mokou: Probably gay, weak to ripped clothes, and faints at the mere thought of her. Probably consider her the most relatable 2hu.
  • Kaguya: You're sick of arguing with Mokou fans.
  • Raiko: Gay.
  • Yuugi: Definitely gay.
  • Clownpiece: You're most likely from America. You shitpost frequently.
  • Kasen: You've read every Touhou print work there is. When ULiL came out you wept tears of joy for three days in a row.
  • One of the Watatsuki sisters: You're tired of having to explain to people who your favorite Touhou girl actually is.
  • Iku: Yeah right, nobody's favorite Touhou is Iku.
  • Maribel and Renko: Wait, you actually exist?
  • Mima: You're most likely in denial.