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What’s on your pull list?

It occurs to me that I haven’t talked much lately here about what I’m personally reading. (I do often tweet about it if you follow me on twitter!) Some things on my radar (and my current pull list) right now: Snotgirl, by Bryan Lee O’Malley (of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and Leslie Hung. It’s…… Continue reading What’s on your pull list?

comic journalism · Queer comics

Monstrous Women in Comics: Early Webcomic Creators

I recently submitted something to the Call For Papers for Monstrous Women in ComicsĀ (which you can still submit to until 5 pm tomorrow, September 1!) and it got me thinking a lot about the idea of “monstrous” women–those who deviate, highlight, and live on the boundaries of what is acceptable in comics. We’re talking queer…… Continue reading Monstrous Women in Comics: Early Webcomic Creators

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San Diego Comic Con (part 1?)

I got back late Monday night from my second Comic Con International and my first time being a presenter. I was on one panel, presented research, bought way too much art (more on that in another post with photo evidence) and met INCREDIBLE people. I walked away inspired to tears many times over. I also…… Continue reading San Diego Comic Con (part 1?)

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More queer comics! (And a few other neat things)

Listen. I’m madly in love with the wide variety of anthologies featuring queer creators and comics I’m finding. I’ve found a few more, and a few other neat things outside the sphere of ‘normal’ comics. More queer anthologies (read part one here): The Other Side: A queer paranormal comics anthology Oath: an anthology of queer…… Continue reading More queer comics! (And a few other neat things)