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Spider-Gwen #1. Written by Jason Latour. Art by Robbi Rodriguez. February 25, 2015. Marvel Comics.

Soon You Too Can Live Your Spider-Gwen Dreams!

Spider-Gwen fans have even more to celebrate other than great sales because Spider-Gwen is getting a clothing line! Welovefine, a clothing and accessories retailer, specializes in geek and fandom clothing. Spider-Gwen will be joining other Welovefine clothing lines featuring such badass female comic characters as Black Widow, Captain Marvel, and the Lumberjanes. The Spider-Gwen collection features a zip-up hoodie,…

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She’ll Oni Work with the Young, the Brave, the Best: An Interview with Commissioning Editor Ari Yarwood

Comics editor Ari Yarwood was part of a wave of recent promotions at Oni Press. She caused a stir on Twitter by announcing that she was particularly looking to work with diverse queer and trans cartoonists telling their own stories. I caught up with her just as Oni was announcing an unprecedented period of open…

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Weekend Review 2/5/2015

On Monday… Choose horror: play Emily Carroll’s webcomics. All things NOT Age of Ultron in this week’s Mighty Marvel Monday. Lest we forget: Batgirl. Lumberjanes #13 is a great jumping-in point for new fans. If irrational parenting is wrong, Melinda doesn’t want to be right. On Tuesday… Red Stylo is singing Killer Queen in an interview with Enrica…

Where Do We Stand: Women in the 2015 Eisner Nominations

The 2015 Eisner Award nominations are out and it’s time to take a look at representation. According to their press release, 34 women were nominated this year with female writers, artists, and editors earning a total of 39 nominations overall. The awards, named for acclaimed comics creator the Will Eisner, highlight the best publications and creators…

Rat Queens Wins GLAAD Media Award

The GLAAD Media Awards, granted by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives. Each year, they honor excellence in print and digital media, television, movies and comic books. This…

Diversity in Comics: Voting With Your Dollars

Diversity in comics, both on the page and amongst those creating them, has been at the forefront of comics journalism for the past several years. Highly visible, successful comics that feature diverse subjects and creators have provided hopeful signs of change. Image’s Saga features a woman of color as co-lead, and was co-created by artist…

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