This is the master list of responses to Women Write About Comics’ second round, Favourite Stories Starring Women. We hope that you will take the time to read all of these posts, to comment, and to take the opportunity to get to know each other, writers and readers all.
After a bit of a delay, here’s our last batch of new posts for round two of Women Write About Comics: Favourite Stories Starring Women. Read! Comment! Enjoy all of these free recommendations! Favorite Stories Starring Women: Agent 355, by Erin.
Three posts (and three comics to check out, if you haven’t already) for your evening delectation! Today we’ve got Claire on iZombie, Ashleyon Death: The High Cost of Living, and Jess on Young Justice. Lots of juicy analysis here, about comics, storytelling female characters, and representation.
IT BEGINS. Round two of Women Write About Comics starts now! (Actually, it started yesterday but your editor was held up by toilet paper couture, a fake Irish family dinner, and the finale of The Walking Dead). We bid you welcome, you lovely people who write and read about comics. All this week, your fellow…
Search for the best female characters in comics on Google. The top result is this list of the 25 Hottest Female Comic Characters. 80% of the best superheroes are dudes, according to IGN. Empire put together a list of the 50 Best Characters In Comics and 85% of them are male.
Women Write About Comics Round Two: Favourite Stories Starring Women March 18 – 24 What’s your favourite comic book story with a female lead? Remember the time your favourite female character stole the show? What makes a good story? Does your answer change if we’re talking about good stories starring girls and women? From March…
In 1999 Gail Simone asked the comics industry and fandom a question: why does this keep happening? Why do so many female characters keep turning up dead? Why are they so often tortured and raped? That was the start of Women In Refrigerators. Today WiR is a widely recognized trope in comics fandom and beyond….
In our fifth and final roundup for Women In Refrigerators: 13 Years Later, our contributors are looking at life after WiR.
Two updates in one day, can it be true? Well, yes. Defrosting the DCnU (or not), by Jess Plummer.
A couple of posts for your lazy weekend delectation: Elisabeth Pfeiffer has posted the second part of her article on sexual violence against women in comics:
We’ve got some great posts by smart ladies for you today… and some thoughts on WiR from guy (yes, we promised we’d link to your contributions too, guys). First off, certainshadesoflight reflects on the difficulty of just responding to the issue:
Our first roundup post is short on links, but not on ideas. First off, didyoueverstoptothink of Tumblr and WordPress reflects on the difficulty of responding to this week’s theme, Women In Refrigerators 13 Years Later: