Wired Interviews the Action Flick Chick: Geek Culture’s 26 Most Awesome Female Ass-Kickers

Hugh Hart of Wired.com interviews Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill’s about Wired’s choices for the “26 Most Awesome Female Ass-Kickers.” It’s just a quote from her today, but the full interview continues over the next couple of days. Please note that it’s Hugh who calls Angelina Jolie the most compelling ass-kicking heroine. While she ranks Angelina way up there, Katrina has someone else she’d rank #1.

From Wired:

Angelina Jolie extends her reputation as filmdom’s most compelling ass-kicker, Female Division, when Salt opens Friday. Midway through a summer freighted with testosterone, Jolie’s lithe Agent Salt is a potent reminder of the power of feminine fighters.

A minority presence in sci-fi and action realms even in 2010, women warriors remain the exception to the guy-centric rule in film, TV, videogames and comic books. But that’s changing, according to Action Flick Chick blogger Katrina Hill, who moderates the “Where Are the Action Chicks?” panel Friday at San Diego’s Comic-Con International.

“Compare the original Predator to this summer’s Predators,” she said… (continued at Wired).

Full interview at Wired.com: http://www.wired.com/underwire/2010/07/action-chick-looks-at-comic-cons-geek-girl-phenomenon/

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  3. Shlomi Fish

    Hi Ms. Hill,

    I love your blog. It seems like my latest comment was eaten by this blog (or is waiting for review and approval). Here is the comment as I wrote it locally for the record.

    Best regards,

    – Shlomi Fish

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