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The Great Superhero(ines) of Comics

Last week (week 5) we began our superhero segment. As we read Superman: Birthright, She-Hulk, Superman: For Tomorrow, and Kingdom Come, one thing became aggravatingly clear to me: there is little to no room for… 533 more words


BEST in 2014 - MISS FURY LIBERATED, 1938 - Working with Tarpe Mills (most popular feature)

I think this is my best work so far (until recently), and many people agreed. Traffic has been great on Miss Fury for a long time. 285 more words

(NEW) Miss Fury Side By Side Comparisons

Brian and Tarpe Mills – Side by Side Comparison.

See? She is never far from my mind.

These are side by side comparisons of Miss Fury by Tarpe Mills, and my adaption – Miss Fury Liberated, 1938. 233 more words

Collectors Weekly: "Women Who Conquered the Comics World"

HT to Bitch Media! This article is just too good for a social-media shout-out.

Lisa Hix interviews Trina Robbins and Steve Leialoha about the history of women comic artists, comics about women, and women comic-readers in regards to Robbins’ 2013 book  245 more words


R.A.C.: Cartoon Art Museum

I was finishing a training session with work, when I had the idea of going to the Cartoon Art Museum afterwards. It is a short distance from my workplace on Mission Street. 500 more words


Wonder Woman: The Once and Future Story (August 1998)

Trina Robbins does a rather good job hiding The Once and Future Story’s PSA status. It’s a perfectly good one too–Wonder Woman is translating some tablets and there’s spousal abuse in it and then Diana also discovers something similar going on with the archeologists she’s working with. 135 more words