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Talking Women In Comics With She Makes Comics Director Marisa Stotter

By Nikolai Fomich Go to any major comic book news site and any given week you will find articles about the rise of female creators, the depiction of female characters in comics, or the importance of female heroes. Never before has more mainstream attention been given to women working in comics and women as a […]

An Anatomy Of Grant Morrison’s Work On Batman Hits Shelves And Kindle

Sequart Research & Literacy Organization, a publisher responsible for a substantial number of accessible and informative studies of significant comic creators and their work, announced this week the release of their latest book, The Anatomy of Zur-en-Arrh: Understanding Grant Morrison’s Batman by Cody Walker. As a comics scholar, I’ve been familiar with Sequart’s books for […]

Essential 8 Women Working In Comics – Yes, Gail, Boys Like Comics Too

By Erik Grove Women like comic books. That shouldn’t be surprising to anyone because comics are amazing. There’s nothing inherently masculine or feminine about words and pictures telling a story. Being surprised by women liking comics is like being surprised that women like movies or like books or like music. Still, the majority of readers […]

From The Team Behind The Image Revolution – She Makes Comics Hits Kickstarter

Sequart Research & Literacy Organization and Respect Films are launching into their next documentary hot on the heels of the ground-breaking feature The Image Revolution. This time, they are taking on the “boys club” of the comics industry through the eyes of female creators and editors, and discussing women in comics history going right back […]

Signings And Screenings – Offsite Events In New York During Comic Con Week

The Javits Center isn’t the only place to be during Comic Con week in New York, with plenty of offsite events bookending the con itself. Here’s a sampling of comic-shop based signings and events, as well as two hosted by Columbia University’s Butler Library. Greg Rucka, Ales Kot, and Frank Barbiere Sign at Forbidden Planet […]