Tag: women in comics

5 Comics Anthologies for Feminists

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When you look at the current comics landscape, you can see that compelling, nuanced female characters are really starting to emerge as a driving force. And while we still have a long way to go in terms of representation among creators, more and more female writers and artists are getting their voices out there. Most of […]

The Many Wonderful Layers of Moon Girl

If you’ve been following the adventures of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (written by Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder, artwork by Natacha Bustos), you probably love Lunella Lafayette as much as I do. Marvel’s smartest character is spunky, enthusiastic, and super likable. But Lunella is more than that. She represents the spirit that we want […]

Why You Need to be Reading Paper Girls

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Recently, I’ve been reading the Image series Paper Girls (written by Brian K. Vaughan of Saga fame, and artwork by Jared K. Fletcher, Matthew Wilson, and Cliff Chiang). It’s fantastic in so many ways. Of course, I love female driven comics, and this one definitely delivers. What’s great about the series is, not only does it […]