Today we interview comics industry veteran Micheline Hess. Hess is known for many works over the years but most prominently for Malice in Ovenland.
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Why? Because everyone deserves representation. They are: East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (ECBACC) Schomburg Black Comic Book Day Women In Comics Con Black Age of Comics Latino Comics Expo Flamecon Black Comics Expo Khemfest Onyxcon Atlanta Scifi and Fantasy Expo Motor City Black Age of Comics Glass City Comix Fest Asian American Comicon Black Comix Arts Festival Kids Comic Con Black Speculative Arts Movement SOL-Con Black Comix Day Blerd City Blerd Con Pocket-Con Blacktasticon Mecca Con Mid-City Micro-Con Wicomicon[...]
Bleeding Cool's Joe Glass was tapped to be a part of the Diversity in Comics panel at London Super Comic Con — and got a bit more than he bargained for.
One of the last panels of SDCC 2017, Moving Beyond the Strong Female Character, had women creators discuss the current climate of women portrayed in media.
Christine Marquet writes for Bleeding Cool… The Women of Color in Comics: Race, Gender, and the Comic Book Medium panel at San Diego Comic Con was organized by the Women in Comics Collective (WinC, pronounced "wink). Their membership is made up of artists, writers, educators, filmmakers, show producers, art gallery directors, cosplayers, game developers, bloggers, and toy[...]
Madeline Ricchiuto writes for Bleeding Cool… Moving Beyond The Strong Female Character was one of NYCC's "Women in Comics" panels that gathered together a group including Amy Chu, Jody Hauser, and Jill Pantozzi to geek out about ladies in comics and pop culture. Of all the usual complaints and stories of being shut out in ways their[...]
By Tim Hanley It's a record setting month here at "Gendercrunching", with both DC and Marvel posting strong numbers that added up to the best combined
By Tim Hanley Both DC and Marvel saw gains for female creators in July, with strong numbers across the board contributing to one of the publishers'
By Tim Hanley DC's overall percentage of female creators declined by more than half coming out of Convergence while Marvel ticked up and took the top spot
At best you'll see a token "Women in Comics" or a "Women in Horror" type of panel at any given show I asked myself why they were celebrated more for all their contributions and accomplishments Even more so, these women were more than willing to share their experiences and skill sets so that the next[...]
By Tim Hanley The concluding month of "Convergence" meant more big numbers for DC, and they bested Marvel yet again for the highest overall percentage of
And when you're talking about women in comics statistics, "not too bad" is practically "good". The chart below shows the percentages of female creators in every category for all of June's #DCYou titles There are no Vertigo books, no digital first, no kid's titles; just the main line #DCYou books We'll do June's full numbers down[...]
It's such a perfectly brilliant way to show you exactly how packed this book is with mind-blowing comics. [Artwork by Stephanie Mannheim] NF: It's interesting that we spend a lot of time talking about the sexualization of women in comics (and rightfully so), while not talking as much about women and beauty itself In other words, we[...]
By Tim Hanley DC slipped down slightly in March while Marvel catapulted forward on the strength of their "Women of Marvel" variant cover line to post the
DCC '15: Flashpanel Today – A Women In Comics Roundtable With Trina Robbins, Amanda Conner, Crystal Skillman And More!
If you've been at Denver Comic Con or hanging out on social media, you may know that there was a Women in Comics Panel at the convention a couple of days ago that failed to produce any female panelists As I'm sure you'd agree, this represents a lot of what can go wrong when people[...]