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[link] how they actually talked about comics in 1942

Bleeding Cool has summarized and article from The Atlantic written by Mr. Lovell Thompson about comics in 1942.
It’s a great read, foreshadowing what actually is on the shelves today while being less judgmental of the medium than anticipated and almost mirroring a statement that my Mother told one of my teachers who confiscated a Captain America trade i read during class and was a tad upset that i engage in such low forms of entertainment: 73 more words


could it work?

Justice League footage has surfaced at the currently ongoing SDCC. It’s not much but it certainly made a better impression than last years footage of Bats vs. 6 more words


Women in Comics Statistics: DC and Marvel, May 2016 in Review

My latest “Gendercrunching” column is up over at Bleeding Cool, and May 2016 was a pretty solid month for female creators across the board. Both DC and Marvel appear to have settled into a new status quo that’s noticeably above their previous typical range. 109 more words

Women In Comics Statistics

[link] Vailant comics nominated for a few Harvey Awards

link via Bleeding Cool

I’m really happy with the good work Valiant comics has been putting out since their “rebirth” and am happy for them that his is recognized.