Thompson gives a brief review of each comic series, as well as "Female Positive Bonus Points" for each. These were fun to see, and proved how much the portrayal of women in comics are improving. For example, on the comic Princeless, she says "Not only is this about a great young heroine that thwarts stereotype at every turn and opts to be the master of her own destiny, but it’s a heroine of color too, which is far too rare." I had never heard of this comic either, but not only is this one progressive in its depiction of women (while being a young adult book) but also in its use of a heroine that is not white.
In Birds of Prey, she talks about the great art in her "Female Positive Bonus Points:" about the artist, Jesus Saiz, she says "he manages to draw drop dead gorgeous ladies without the need for any aggressive male gaze. " This is still a new concept in comic book art, showing women that are beautiful and even sexy without being too objectified.
It was nice to find an article praising the strong new depictions of women in comics instead of just bashing the less appealing ones.