• Hope Nicholson on the Bonds of Comic Conventions and Having Different Perspectives

    Hope Nicholson on the Bonds of Comic Conventions and Having Different Perspectives0

    We have covered Dark Horse Comics’ Pros and (Comic) Cons at Women Write About Comics in the past, but when I got the opportunity to speak to editor Hope Nicholson at Fan Expo Canada, I couldn’t pass up the chance to chat with her about her own comic convention experiences, the process behind putting Pros

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  • Sweeney Boo on Captain Marvel and the Importance of Social Media

    Sweeney Boo on Captain Marvel and the Importance of Social Media0

    Sweeney Boo is a young artist who is already on her way to making a name for herself in the world of comics. And with a superhero name like Boo’s, we aren’t even surprised. Boo’s most recent work is IDW Publishing’s Marvel Action: Captain Marvel, which was published in late-August. We at WWAC absolutely loved

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  • To All The Cons We’ve Loved This Year

    To All The Cons We’ve Loved This Year0

    We all have different criteria for what makes a convention. Some people love the huge rush of large venues like SDCC. Some like quieter, smaller things. With 2018’s convention season having finally wound down, we figured it’d be a good idea to talk about which con each of us liked best, and why.

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  • WWAC’s Post-Convention Survival Guide

    WWAC’s Post-Convention Survival Guide0

    Convention season has been in full swing since the spring. In previous years, we’ve offered survival tips on how to make it through your convention experience with the least amount of hassle, including a guide to enjoying cons and festivals with your kids. But what about after the convention when you just want to curl

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  • Marguerite Bennett on Changing the Gender Landscape of Comics

    Marguerite Bennett on Changing the Gender Landscape of Comics0

    Marguerite Bennett is a name many will immediately recognise. She is the writer behind DC’s Batwoman and Bombshells, Marvel’s A-Force and Angela: Queen of Hel, as well as her own series, InSeXts and Animosity. There is one general theme in Bennett’s comics, something not often seen in comics creators’ bodies of work: a plethora of

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  • Jenn St-Onge on Updating Classic Female Characters for 2018 Readers

    Jenn St-Onge on Updating Classic Female Characters for 2018 Readers0

    Canadian comic artist Jenn St-Onge has made a name for herself bringing beloved classic characters into the modern age. With Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits and Nancy Drew now under her belt, St-Onge is poised to take over the world. We caught up with St-Onge at the Fan Expo Canada to find out about

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