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The Diary of a Teenage Girl: Girl Power?

by Trina Robbins

On the evening of Monday, August 3, the iconic Castro Theater in San Francisco’s famous Castro District more resembled a midnight showing of… 1,147 more words


Speaking at the Berkeley Barb Reunion

I’ve been honored with an invitation to speak at the Berkeley Barb 50-year anniversary reunion, which is next Wednesday and Thursday, 8/12-13. What a week it’s going to be. 424 more words


I think June Tarpé Mills is the only person I would ever risk traveling back in time as a Black American to have dinner with. This of course is based on the few scarce but flattering quotes and photos of her available, but sailing through her collected work as “Tarpé” Mills on… 1,041 more words


National Book Festival Announces Guests

The National Book Festival is a fantastic convention in Washington, DC that began in 2001. Over the 15 years, it has welcomed numerous guests including some of the top comic/graphic novel creators. 83 more words


I am schooled by Trina Robbins!

At Wizard Con in Sacramento, I met writer and HERstorian Trina Robbins again. I told her she ought to meet Valerie Estelle Frankel, who wrote that… 274 more words

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