Women in Comics
This week on The Roundup: Elena and Meg talk Crimson Peak, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the revival of Gilmore Girls, celebrating diversity in comics, women in gaming, and much more.
2014 was a fantastic time to be a comic reader, despite the kerfuffles and complaints along the way. Which is why I’ve compiled a list of resolutions for comics in 2015 that I believe would bring fans better stories and less to complain about.
There has been a lot of buzz about Milo Manara's Spider-Woman, but is the outrage and criticism warranted?
A woman in comics critiqued a comic book cover. She suffered threats of physical violence and rape for her troubles. What part of that seems like a pattern we should keep ignoring?
We chat with director Marisa Stotter about She Makes Comics, a documentary film about the untold history of women in comic books, celebrating female creators and fans alike.
Meet Noelle Stevenson: the crazy high achiever responsible for web comics' The Broship of the Ring, Nimona and a slew of hilarious nerd franchise parody comics!
It’s impossible to talk about female comic creators without featuring one of the most influential women in the business today: Gail Simone.
For my very first “Ladies Make Comics Too,” meet Kate Leth; she’s a great indie artist who wishes people would stop asking (anyone, ever), “What’s it like to be a woman in comics?”, and would love to see more mainstream comics with empowered women who aren’t objectified.
Comic books are awesome, and more ladies should love them. Here’s the top ten best gateway comics that will make gals fans for life.