Kelly and Nicole Matthews, and Maria McCourt have launched the first chapter of their new comic book Breaker for free, handily for International Women’s Day, from digital publisher Stela. You can download the iOS App here.
It looks damn fine. And if you’re already on iOS, you can also download the boutique graphic novel app Sequential and get the Comix Creatrix:Women Making Comics catalogue from the current London exhibition for free.
Or maybe read Whatever We Please, a series of free digital comics released on The Nib today, whatever your operating system, featuring women creating comics about “working, speaking, dancing, and being in a world built for men” from Ellen T. Crenshaw, Lucy Bellwood, Lisa Eisenberg, Sophie Goldstein, Whit Taylor and Eleri Harris.
And why not round it all off with Kelly Sue DeConnick collating a #VisibleWomen TwitterBlast
And over at Kickstarter… an adventure-packed steampunk comic about an aspiring inventor and her flying machine
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