Series: Inspiring Women of Comics

Inspiring Women in (Web)Comics Today!

Editor’s note: Starting this week and continuing until I run out of people to bug, WWAC will be running short pieces on some of the women working in comics now who are doing innovative or inspiring work. And not just women creators, but women working in comics retail, merchandising, marketing, editorial, journalism and more. If you would like to contribute to the series you can get in touch with me at megan.purdy@wwacomics.com.  I have so much respect for the women working in webcomics. So many of them have built businesses from scratch, using only their artistic talent and grit to...

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Inspiring Women in Comics Publishing and Retail Today!

Ed. note: Starting this week and continuing until I run out of people to bug, WWAC will be running short pieces on some of the women working in comics now who are doing innovative or inspiring work. And not just women creators, but women working in comics retail, merchandising, marketing, editorial, journalism, and more. If you would like to contribute to the series, you can get in touch with me at megan.purdy@wwacomics.com.  There are so many women working in comics, and I feel a lot of pressure and embarrassment if I don’t recognize someone’s name. When I talk with convention...

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Inspiring Women of Comics!

Editor’s note: Starting this week and continuing until I run out of people to bug, WWAC will be running short pieces on some of the women working in comics now who are doing innovative or inspiring work. Not just women creators, but women working in comics retail, merchandising, marketing, editorial, journalism, and more. If you would like to contribute to the series you can get in touch with me at megan.purdy@wwacomics.com. I am relatively new to American comics, having only really dived into them late last year. But in that short time, I’ve been continually impressed with the output of...

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Inspiring Women Comics Creators Working Today!

Ed. note: Until I run out of people to bug, WWAC will be running short pieces on some of the women working in comics now who are doing innovative or inspiring work. And not just women creators, but women working in comics retail, merchandising, marketing, editorial, journalism, and more. If you would like to contribute to the series you can get in touch with me at megan.purdy@wwacomics.com.  I have to echo previous posts in this series—I’m continuously in awe of the women working in comics, and it’s impossible to express how important each one of them is. Kelly Sue DeConnick —...

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Inspiring Women Making Comics Today!

Ed. note: Starting this week and continuing until I run out of people to bug, WWAC will be running short pieces on some of the women working in comics now who are doing innovative or inspiring work. And not just women creators, but women working in comics retail, merchandising, marketing, editorial, journalism, and more. If you would like to contribute to the series you can get in touch with me at megan.purdy@wwacomics.com.  Gail Simone — Gail on Twitter When I first started talking about comics on the internet in the early ’00s, it was a time before identity politics and...

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