Women & NB Creators at Marvel Comics Watch, November 2017 Solicits: 24 Creators on 22 Books

Marvel’s been very up and down with their female and non-binary creator representation over the past several months, but after the October solicits marked the publisher’s lowest numbers for the year thus far, the November solicits saw a solid gain. While Marvel still remains well off their previous highs, a sizeable jump is a welcomeContinue reading “Women & NB Creators at Marvel Comics Watch, November 2017 Solicits: 24 Creators on 22 Books”

Women At DC Comics Watch – October 2015 Solicits: 27 Different Female Creators On 22 Different Books

DC’s track record with female creators since their #DCYou mini-relaunch has been odd. On the one hand, they’ve topped Marvel every month thus far, but on the other hand they’ve been far below their pre-#DCYou numbers for female creators for four straight months, and by a considerable margin. It’s not been an impressive run; goingContinue reading “Women At DC Comics Watch – October 2015 Solicits: 27 Different Female Creators On 22 Different Books”

Wonder Woman’s October 2015 Covers and Solicits, Plus Monster Variants

October is looking like another busy month for our favourite Amazon, with all of the usual fun plus a returning special I’m very much looking forward to. DC is also doing monster themed variants for many of their titles, just like they did in October last year. It’s good Halloween fun, and two of WonderContinue reading “Wonder Woman’s October 2015 Covers and Solicits, Plus Monster Variants”

Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #39 Review: “Both Ends of the Leash” by Carla Speed McNeil4

Today’s digital first edition of Sensation Comics was a bit of an odd read for me. I actually had to read it twice to try to fully understand what was happening in the story, and even then it still doesn’t make a ton of sense. There’s a lot of filling in the gaps required, butContinue reading “Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #39 Review: “Both Ends of the Leash” by Carla Speed McNeil4″

The Latest Image Expo Has More Female Creators By Number, But Not By Percentage

I had some big issues with last summer’s Image Expo. The show began with a self-congratulatory speech about how Image was different from other publishers that also decried the comic book industry’s “boys club.” Then Image showed a promotional video featuring their many creators, only one of which was a woman, and followed that upContinue reading “The Latest Image Expo Has More Female Creators By Number, But Not By Percentage”