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How a Three-Year-Old Girl Introduced Her Dad to Superhero Comics

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It's very easy to examine at the state of the mainstream American comic book industry and its relationship with women and come with away with a diagnosis of "grim." With respect to very young women, like the seven-year-old girl who last year had to give up on her idol Starfi

Paul Tobin on ‘The Bionic Woman’ and Writing Women In Super-Hero Comics

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With a track record of female-centric books like Spider-Girl, Banana Sunday and even Models Inc. -- probably the single most underrated mystery ever published by Marvel Comics -- Paul Tobin seems like the perfect fit for Dynamite's upcoming Bion

Marvel Editors Discuss Women in Comics and the Lack of Female-Led Titles [Interview]

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Both Marvel and DC Comics have been at the center of concerns and controversies recently regarding women in comics, both in terms of the way they are represented on the page and in the offices of the Big Two comics

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The Problem Of Women In Comics: Where They Are (and Aren’t) [Opinion]

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Today, ComicsAlliance welcomes guest writer Rachel Edidin, who works as an editor at Dark Horse Comics.

Lately, between Womanthology and DC's All-New-Almost-All-Male 52, the popular lens has turned -- as it is wo

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Women in Comics: A Roundtable about the ‘Geek Girl’ Phenomenon

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While the mainstream superhero comics audience remains predominantly male, it shouldn't be news to anyone reading this blog that women like comics, too. They write them, read them, draw them, blog about them and show up in healthy numbers at comic book conventions. Recently, however, there was some interesting backlas

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Girl Comics #2 Cover Debut – EXCLUSIVE

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ComicsAlliance is pleased to give you the first look at the cover of "Girl Comics" #2, illustrated by "Sandman" and "Beasts of Burden" artist Jill Thompson, who says the Snow White-themed superheroine cover was inspired by her love of fairy tales and fantasy, and a particular affection for Kitty Pryde

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