The Best of 2011: Squirrel Girl’s Greatest Hits.

As we come to the close of the year 2011, one thing is certain.  It was Squirrel Girl’s best year ever.  Marvel Comics has lifted their bushy-tailed bombshell into the firmament of comic book history.  Doreen Green has arrived, big time.

She got her spot on the title page of New Avengers…

She got to star in Wolverine’s sexual fantasies…

She got to appear in her first video game…

She got to explode into the bliss of onamonapoeia…

She got to get frisky with Daredevil…

She got to make faces in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man…

She got her own cover…

And she got to be revealed as the new host for the Phoenix Force…

We have been climbing trees for Squirrel Girl since her first appearance in 1991, and we never dreamed she would get this good in the official canon of the Marvel Universe. Endless love and thanks are pouring out for Axel Alonso, Brian Michael Bendis, Dan Slott, and Jason Aaron for writing such spectacular myths into the consciousness of humanity. We adore the exquisite artistic interpretations of Mike Deodato Jr, Daniel Acuna, Stefano Caselli, and Nar!

For us, 2011 was the best year ever in comic books, thanks to Squirrel Girl.

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2 Responses to The Best of 2011: Squirrel Girl’s Greatest Hits.

  1. Nina says:

    Awesome recap of 2011 Squirrel Girl haps. I love the issue where she goes slumming around Wolverine’s subconscious. It’s pretty cool that she made it to The Squad game too. Big love to Marvel for opening up the universe to endless fun possibilities. Can’t wait to see where Doreen Green pops up next!

  2. Nick Marino says:

    I love that last cover!!! The Squirrel Phoenix is fantastic 🙂

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