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She Changed Comics: The Untold Story of the Women Who Changed Free Expression in Comics By Betsy Gomez Maren Williams Caitlin McCabe Casey Gilly Charles Brownstein Frenchy Lunning Lauren Bullock She Changed Comics The Untold Story of the Women Who Changed Free Expression in Comics SHE CHANGED COMICS celebrates the women who changed free expression in comics with profiles of than sixty groundbreaking female professionals and interviews with the women who are changing today s me
  • Title: She Changed Comics: The Untold Story of the Women Who Changed Free Expression in Comics
  • Author: Betsy Gomez Maren Williams Caitlin McCabe Casey Gilly Charles Brownstein Frenchy Lunning Lauren Bullock
  • ISBN: 9781632159298
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • She Changed Comics: The Untold Story of the Women Who Changed Free Expression in Comics By Betsy Gomez Maren Williams Caitlin McCabe Casey Gilly Charles Brownstein Frenchy Lunning Lauren Bullock SHE CHANGED COMICS celebrates the women who changed free expression in comics, with profiles of than sixty groundbreaking female professionals and interviews with the women who are changing today s medium, including RAINA TELGEMEIER, NOELLE STEVENSON, G WILLOW WILSON, and SHE CHANGED COMICS also examines the plights of women imprisoned and threatened for makingSHE CHANGED COMICS celebrates the women who changed free expression in comics, with profiles of than sixty groundbreaking female professionals and interviews with the women who are changing today s medium, including RAINA TELGEMEIER, NOELLE STEVENSON, G WILLOW WILSON, and SHE CHANGED COMICS also examines the plights of women imprisoned and threatened for making comics and explores the work of women whose work is being banned here in the United States A must for readers of all ages, students, and educators.
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    1. She Changed Comics is a book I have now read and am using in my YA GN Comics class, summer 2017 It s a good source of information about a range of women cartoonists, from the turn of the twentieth century to the present, from women across various spectrums, including early newspaper comics, Golden Age, Comix, Underground, women doing erotica, diary comics, lots of things It s not complete, by any means, but it s a good and accessible and affordable start I mean, there are scholarly resources av [...]



    2. Disclaimer I backed the Kickstarter on this bookI d like to start off with my one big criticism of this book not enough images I understand why they had to do it When you re printing a book, each page is expensive, especially when you re printing in color But when you re covering an industry based on images and we only have 1 2 images per creator, it s hard to get a good feel for the creator s body of work I think it would have been nice to have a supplementary PDF with a few examples per artis [...]


    3. Wow This is an amazing compilation of interviews and biographies of some amazing female cartoonists and editors Very worth a read for anyone who loves these things I ve got reading material for a year now


    4. Really, really outstanding book of profiles of women throughout the history of comics It covers writers, artists, editors, and executives, which is cool, and it includes plenty of people from underground, indie, and manga in addition to the Big 2 Because it s published by the CBLDF, there s an emphasis on censorship and diversity, but that s a good unifying thread for a collection like this.


    5. Comprehensive guide to woman comic creatorsThis is a comprehensive guide to many, if not all of the, women who have managed to become comic artists, editors and authors in a once male dominated environment Each artist gets two pages of biography and is often quoted Many have courted controversy and have raised the profile of female comic book creators The latter part looks at women imprisoned or persecuted for their work and interviews with current comic creators.An interesting read for lovers o [...]


    6. Been dipping in and out of this one for about a month, for which this book is perfect Each creator gets two pages, which is great for a quick hit an to pique interest Additional interviews in the back with some modern creators.As a result of how female perspectives have been marginalized throughout the genre s history, most of these creators thrived out side the mainstream in alternative and underground books But you also get the modern creators that have found places at DC and Marvel, if the h [...]


    7. Capsule bios of many of the important and influential women in comics, both historically and currently as of early 2017 anyway Of course some people were left out This was never intended to be an encyclopedia In addition to the biographies, there are some short interviews with people like Cece Bell and Mariko Tamaki These are followed by a list still not exhaustive of further names to check out If anyone is naive enough to think that girls can t or don t do comics, this book will be a real eye o [...]


    8. This is a great look at a number of women who have made comics, going all the way back to some of the earliest women to do comics and cartoons, for newspapers, all the way up to some of the biggest female voices in comics today Cartoonists, writers, artists and editors are all spotlighted It also looks at notable female comics creators from other countries, including several who ve been to prison for their art The profiles are all brief basically just a page, with a second page showing an exampl [...]


    9. We re here to stay, we re growing in number, and we re coming for your comics It s too late to turn back, we re everywhere now, from heads of publishing to the signing line at conventions We re here, and we want the keys to the Batmobile Gail Simone A compilation of great ladies who were are involved in the comic book industry Filled with mini bios of top notch ladies, it s an incredible resource if you are looking to diversify your reading Loved how this author included sources for additional r [...]


    10. At times it was repetitive, at others too brief In the end, it is a good compilation from which to launch further research into the women that changed free expression in comics and the many offerings there are to explore their work and impacts to the medium and beyond Would love to see and hear on the subject A documentary, perhaps For on my opinion of the book, follow the link attached mrsenginerd.wordpress 201


    11. I enjoyed this book I just added a whole bunch of graphics and books to my to read list My only complaint is the way the book was organized I think it could have been divided up in a way that flowed better and how it repeated women creators towards the end Other than that is a fantastic look at women in the comic field.


    12. I liked this book, but I wish it were a coffee table book with lots of space to put entire strips of the work that s discussed Most chapters only have a few panels to show and some of those women have decades long careers in comics.



    13. I really wanted to like this book, but I couldn t get into it, I m leaving it for now, maybe when I return to it I ll have changed my mind, but for now, I m putting it back on the shelf.


    14. An excellent compendium of a large group of women who shaped comics and broke into an industry that was hesitant to accept them, but beyond that, all the creations listed should be explored.


    15. This is a collection of short mainly 2 page biographies about prominent women in both comic book history and the current scene Some of them I was familiar with, a number I was not, especially some of the earlier writers The layout of the book is a little weird while the women are kind of grouped by area of comics history classic Golden Age, the Comix Underground era, etc , within those sections there isn t much guidance as to their order And on the modern ones, CBLDF takes up a little too much [...]


    16. I backed this kickstarter and I m really happy I did It had a lot of information, though I would have liked some of the bios to be fleshed out a little , and I thought the organization wasn t great Still, it s was an awesome read, I m definitely going to keep it around for good reference.


    17. I constantly check the shelves of bookstores to see if there is any criticism or historical references available for comics This is what initially drew me to She Changed Comics but what most captured my attention was the she found in the typically male dominated work.While writing my thesis, I struggled finding diversity in comics which ultimately helped prove my point but when I found comics that had women involved, it somehow felt special Needless to say, I was rather excited to read about wom [...]


    18. I have learned so much from reading this I have so much new material I need to discover now This was informative, interesting, and eye opening Learning about all these women and their experiences really made for a wonderful empowering read.



    19. I think it went over my head in some aspects because I m not in comic book culture but it gave me the heads up and now I ll be trying a few women led comics



    20. An interesting look through the history of women in comics and interviews from current figures on the comic industry.


    21. A nice introduction into the women of comics Some gorgeous art samples Will probably be looking into some of the further reading options.


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