Women & NB Creators at DC Comics Watch, October 2018 Solicits: 21 Creators on 20 Books

After a dismal round of solicits for September, female creator representation is on the rise at DC Comics this October. Not to any impressive levels, though. September’s numbers were terrible and thus does October look much better, but October’s numbers in and of themselves are nothing to crow about. DC remains well below their recentContinue reading “Women & NB Creators at DC Comics Watch, October 2018 Solicits: 21 Creators on 20 Books”

Women at Marvel Comics Watch, March 2017 Solicits: 37 Women on 33 Books, A New Record

Marvel’s on quite a run with female creators rights now. March will mark the publisher’s eighth straight month with more than 30 different female creators in the mix, and Marvel is set to best their record number for combined female creators and books that they set in December. It’s really quite an impressive streak, allContinue reading “Women at Marvel Comics Watch, March 2017 Solicits: 37 Women on 33 Books, A New Record”

Women At DC Comics Watch – September 2016 Solicits, 28 Women on 21 Books

DC’s not had the best run with female creators over the course of their past few rounds of solicits. Since their “Rebirth” relaunch began in June, the numbers have been well below their usual level, and far off from their previous highs. It looks like September might mark the end of this skid, but I’mContinue reading “Women At DC Comics Watch – September 2016 Solicits, 28 Women on 21 Books”

Wonder Woman’s September 2016 Covers and Solicits

DC Comics’ solicits for September were released yesterday, and it looks like Wonder Woman’s got some fun adventures ahead of her, as well as a new series in which she co-stars. How lovely it is to be looking forward to all of the Wonder Woman comics coming out in a given month; it’s been soContinue reading “Wonder Woman’s September 2016 Covers and Solicits”

On Sexual Harassment In The Comic Book Industry, And Choosing Empathy Over Incredulity

For the past week, the biggest news story in the comic book world has centered on sexual harassment within the industry.  Here’s a timeline of the events, but the short version is that after talking about being harassed by an unnamed though easily surmisable comic creator, artist Tess Fowler got several emails from women withContinue reading “On Sexual Harassment In The Comic Book Industry, And Choosing Empathy Over Incredulity”