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Lumberjanes Big Screen Adaptation in the Works

The success of the Lumberjanes is going strong. Following hot on the heels of their Eisner nominations for Best New Series and Best Publication for Teens, comes word that 20th Century Fox has found someone to write a live-action movie adaption. According to the folks at The Wrap, Will Widger has been tasked with adapting…

Noelle Stevenson, Boom! Studios, 2014, Lumberjanes #4

An Interview with LUMBERJANES Writer Grace Ellis and Artist Brooke A. Allen

Grace Ellis is a writer most well-known for co-creating Lumberjanes and her work on the site Autostraddle. She is a proud native of wondrous Ohio and when she’s not coming up with amazing mix-tapes, she’s most likely enjoying nature and the great outdoors. Brooke Allen is a cartoonist/illustrator spending most days in DC with her…

Review: Lumberjanes #1

Lumberjanes #1 Noelle Stevenson and Grace Ellis Brooke Allen BOOM! Studios The Lumberjanes, written by Noelle Stevenson and Grace Ellis with art by Brooke Allen, hit comic book shops last week. The title had a popular early debut at Emerald City Comic Con, with BOOM! Studios reportedly selling out of the ECCC exclusive covers.  The…

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Comic-Con@Home: Entertainment is Female: A Conversation with Hollywood Executives

Entertainment is Female: A Conversation with Hollywood Executives: From the production companies that brought you Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Walking Dead, Lumberjanes, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, women executives discuss the development process and how they approach adapting IP during a pandemic. Moderator Tiffany Smith (actress, Masters of the Universe: Revelation) along with…

The lumberjanes embrace in a line, facning the woods - all except for blond-haire dMolly, who looks over her shoulder back at the audience. The woods are aflame with autumn colors

WWAC’s Best Big Press Comics of 2020!

2020 was a turbulent year for the comics industry, with the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting publishing schedules and closing direct market shops (sometimes permanently). Despite this chaos, a slew of excellent comics were published this year, from fantastic first issues to well-earned (if heartbreaking) endings. Selected by our contributors and featuring heroes, humor, and horror, these…

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