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The Daily LITG, 17th August 2019, Happy Birthday Trina Robbins

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 13 most-read stories yesterday More Flip-Flopping by DC Comics Over the Legion Of Super-Heroes? DC Comics November 2019 Solicitations, 30 Titles Frankensteined “The Flash” Season […]




Trina Robbins Joins Rob Liefeld In Wizard World’s Hall Of Legends

It seems like it was just last month that we reported that superstar artist Sir Robert Liefeld would be the inaugural inductee into Wizard World’s new Hall of Legends. Perhaps that is because it was just last month that we reported that Rob Liefeld would be the inaugural inductee into Wizard World’s Hall of Legends. […]

Dark Horse Publishes Margaret Atwood’s Second Comic, For The Secret Loves Of Geek Girls

Dark Horse Comics has only just announced that they are publishing Margaret Atwood‘s first comic book, Angel Catbird. Well, now they are publishing another, a contribution to The Secret Life Of Geek Girls, recently successfully Kickstartered. The Secret Loves of Geek Girls anthology is written for the geek girl who wants information and stories on […]




Sunday Runaround – When Robert Crumb Went To India

CBLDFWatch: Ultimate Comics sells Star Wars toys, Marvel statues and variant covers for the CBLDF. NovelWatch: Trina Robbins has a new graphic novel on the way. And it sounds spectacular. “Lily Renée, Escape Artist,” illustrated by Anne Timmons and Mo Oh, follows its subject from her upper-middle-class childhood in Vienna, to her Kindertransport journey to […]

Meeting Golden Age Art Goddess, Lily Renée

BC forum moderator Lexid523 and Ladies Making Comics blogger writes: This past Sunday, I had a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet two women I have admired ever since I started delving into ladies’ comics history. First was Trina Robbins, the revolutionary underground cartoonist and quintessential comics “herstorian”, whose books on the history of […]