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Gendercrunching DC Comics 1996-2011 by Tim Hanley

Gendercrunching DC Comics 1996-2011 by Tim Hanley

The wage gap between genders has been steadily closing for decades (though a sizeable gap still remains) At DC, we see growth in some areas, like editorial, but this is counteracted by declines elsewhere All together, the percentage of female creators at DC Comics has been stagnant for 15 years, and I think that says[...]

Gendercrunching – DC & Marvel, April 2011 by Tim Hanley

I’m glad that Marvel gets a little better every month, but there’s still a long way to go.DO FEMALE EDITORS RESULT IN MORE FEMALE CREATORS?You can find out lots of interesting things with stats, and this month we’ll look at whether an editor’s gender makes a difference in terms of who they hire[...]

Gendercrunching DC And Marvel – March 2011

Gendercrunching DC And Marvel – March 2011

Tim Hanley writes for Bleeding Cool; When the overall percentage of female creators at Marvel and DC hovers around ten percent, it feels very odd to say positive things about the numbers put up by the Big Two. Nonetheless, March was a good month, relatively speaking, with both publishers posting their best numbers of the […]