In Two Hours, The Femme Magnifique Kickstarter Will End – So Here’s Annie Wu’s Bjork (UPDATE)

Posted by March 16, 2017 Comment


As it stands, the Kickstarter for Femme Magnifique, the comic book anthology edited by Shelly Bond celebrating women’s lives is at $99, 667.


That’s $333 away from its final unlocked goal of $95,000. That’s half the number of the beast.


So to help that last final hurdle, here’s Bjork, drawn by Annie Wu, for a story written by Kieron Gillen.


Is there time for another big riot in the remaining 2 hours? Here’s the credit list so far. Every story is edited by Shelly Bond & features lettering by Aditya Bidikar.

  • Sally Ride — story by Cecil Castellucci, art by Philip Bond, color by Hi-Fi
  • Jane Fonda — story & art by Michael & Laura Allred
  • Artemisia Gentileschi — story by Marguerite Bennett, art by Jen Bartel
  • Mary Anning — story by Corinna Bechko, art by Shawn McManus
  • Dale Messick — story & art by Paige Braddock
  • Rosalind Franklin — story by Mike Carey, art by Eugenia Koumaki
  • Hillary Clinton — story by Kelly Sue DeConnick, art by Elsa Charretier, color by Hi-Fi
  • Kat Blaque — story & art by Tess Fowler with color by Hi-Fi
  • Michelle Obama — story by Tee Franklin, art by Brain Stelfreeze
  • Octavia Butler — story by Che Grayson, art by Jason Shawn Alexander
  • Nina Simone — story & art by Dustin Harbin
  • Hedy Lamar — story & art by Gilbert Hernanadez
  • Ruth Kluger — story by Betsy Houlton, art by Tyler Crook
  • Diane diPrima — story by Tini Howard, art by Ming Doyle
  • Margaret Sanger — story by Hope Nicholson, art by Johnnie Christmas
  • Margaret Hamilton — story by Alisa Kwitney, art by Jamie Coe
  • Beth Ditto — story by Leah Moore, art by Alison Sampson
  • Shirley Jackson — story by Matt Wagner, art by Christine Norrie
  • Rumiko Takahashi — story & art by Chynna Clugston-Flores
  • Ursula K. Le Guin — story by Robin Furth, art by Devaki Neogi
  • Cindy Whitehead — story & art by Jim Rugg
  • Agness Underwood — story by Christina Rice, art by Jon Davis-Hunt
  • Kate Bush — story by Gail Simone, art by Marguerite Sauvage
  • Sylvia Earle — story & art by Maris Wicks
  • Joan of Arc — story by Gerard Way, art by Marley Zarcone
  • Misty Copeland — story by Lauren Moyer, art by Paulina Ganucheau
  • Ellen Stewart — story & art by Ron Wimberly
  • Shirley Chisholm — story by Rori! & Gibson Twist, art by Rori!
  • Harriet Tubman — story by Chuck Brown, art by Sanford Greene
  • Elizabeth Choy — story & art by Sonny Liew
  • Ada Lovelace — story & art by Megan Hutchison
  • Carrie Fisher — story by Alisa Kwitney, art by Alain Mauricet
  • Margery Booth — story by David Barnett, art by Rachel Stott
  • Maria Bonita — story by Thedy Correa, art by Raphael Albuquerque
  • Mary Blair — story by Casey Gilly, art by Jen Hickman
  • Louise Fitzhugh — story & art by Gillian Goerz
  • Laurie Anderson — story & art by Peter Gross
  • Hatshetsut — story by Kristy Miller, artist TBA
  • Marlo Thomas — story & art by by Dan Parent
  • Roz Chavney — story by Laurie Penny, art by Emma Vieceli
  • Abi Jacobson & Iiana Glazer — story & art by Liz Prince
  • Judy Blume — story by Paula 7Berger, art by Claire Roe
  • Kristy Miller — story by Brian Miller, artist TBA
  • Judith — story by Mags Visaggio, art by Brett Parson
  • Brenda Fassie — story by Lauren Beukes, art by Nanna Venter
  • Peggy Guggenheim — story by Steven T. Seagle, art by Teddy Kristiansen
  • Bjork — Kieron Gillen, art by Annie Wu
  • Margaret Sanger — story by Hope Nicholson, art by Johnnie Christmas

Plus additional stories to be announced by these creators: 

  • story & art by Shawn Martinbrough
  • story & art by Bill Sienkiewicz


UPDATE: Well, that seems to have done the trick.


(Last Updated March 16, 2017 4:41 am )

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