• Master Post: Women In Refrigerators 13 Years Later0

    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.

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  • Women In Refrigerators (5)3

    • January 29, 2012

    In our fifth and final roundup for Women In Refrigerators: 13 Years Later, our contributors are looking at life after WiR.

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  • Women In Refrigerators (4)0

    • January 28, 2012

    Two updates in one day, can it be true?  Well, yes. Defrosting the DCnU (or not), by Jess Plummer.

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  • Women In Refrigerators (3)0

    • January 28, 2012

    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:

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  • Women In Refrigerators (2)

    Women In Refrigerators (2)2

    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:

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  • Women In Refirgerators: 13 Years Later (1)

    Women In Refirgerators: 13 Years Later (1)11

    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:

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