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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