Women in Comics Statistics, DC and Marvel: May 2017 in Review

My latest “Gendercrunching” column went up last week over at Bleeding Cool, and it featured the usual DC and Marvel fun plus visits to Dynamite, Boom, Titan, and Valiant. The Big Two continued to struggle with female creator representation, and posted their lowest combined overall percentage of female creators over the past year in May.Continue reading “Women in Comics Statistics, DC and Marvel: May 2017 in Review”

Women in Comics Statistics: DC and Marvel, November 2016 in Review

My latest “Gendercrunching” column went up at Bleeding Cool a week or so ago, and November 2016 saw DC posting a high percentage of female creators again as Marvel continued to slide. DC had 19.4% female creators overall, a slight drop from October but still their second best total of the year. Marvel slipped downContinue reading “Women in Comics Statistics: DC and Marvel, November 2016 in Review”

Women In Comic Statistics: DC and Marvel, November 2015 In Review

My latest “Gendercrunching” column is up at Bleeding Cool, and it was a busy month with coverage of six different publishers: DC and Marvel, as always, plus Boom!, Dynamite, Valiant, and Archie. Both DC and Marvel’s overall percentage of female creators dropped and remain well below their past highs. DC had the higher overall totalContinue reading “Women In Comic Statistics: DC and Marvel, November 2015 In Review”

Women In Comics Statistics: DC And Marvel, May 2015 In Review

My latest “Gendercrunching” column went up last week on Bleeding Cool, but I’ve been slow to post it because I’ve been on vacation. Aw yeah, cottage in the summer! Except it’s been grey and cloudy all week. I read The King of Attolia by Megan Whalen Turner, though, and it’s GREAT. Check out that series,Continue reading “Women In Comics Statistics: DC And Marvel, May 2015 In Review”