Hey, Carrie. You mean a lot to us.
V. is non-compliant.
Where V. talks to Kelly Sue DeConnick about Barbarella.
Kurt Busiek took to the comments thread of an article on The Beat yesterday to settle the score on the sexualization of women in the comics industry.
Where V. drops some knowledge and asks for some in return.
L. fondly recalls SENYC's Reimagining the Female Superhero panel with new quotes from Gail Simone, Amy Reeder, and more!
L. had the distinct pleasure of attending a panel with some of the top female comic creators at Special Edition NYC.
Creators fighting for change in an industry entrenched in harassment.
When "sexy" is the default, what's a modest cosplayer to do?
V. got a little late night inspiration and an epiphany thanks to Gail Simone and The Doubleclicks.
WONDER WOMEN! THE UNTOLD STORY OF AMERICAN SUPERHEROINES premieres on PBS's Independent Lens!
Because diversity of female characters has been lacking in comics, film and just fiction in general, coupled with an upsurge of feminism; there seems to be this perception that IF you choose to portray a female character, then she HAS to be a positive role model. I think that is absurd, unrealistic, and stifling of … Continue reading Gail Simone on Writing Female Characters