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Comic Review: Womanthology: Space #3 | Geeks of Doom

Comic Review: Womanthology: Space #3 | Geeks of Doom | Ladies Making Comics | Scoop.it
The big deal of the series is that all of the stories in the series were created by, as you could guess from the title, women. This shouldn’t be a big deal, but given the how hard it is for women to get material published in the comics world, it is. The Space series takes the general entry point of “women in comics” and focuses on stories somehow dealing with space, or space travel, or some kind of outer-space stuff. What you end up with in this issue is a collection of three charming stories and an interesting look at one of the golden age of comics female pioneers.
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Preview: 'Womanthology: Space' #1 Transmits New Ming Doyle, Stephanie Hans, Jordie Bellaire And More [Preview] - ComicsAlliance

Preview: 'Womanthology: Space' #1 Transmits New Ming Doyle, Stephanie Hans, Jordie Bellaire And More [Preview] - ComicsAlliance | Ladies Making Comics | Scoop.it

On sale this week from IDW Publishing is the first issue of Womanthology: Space, a new anthology title spotlighting the work of female writers, artists, letterers, colorists and editors. A five-issue spinoff of the highly successful Kickstarter project, Womanthology: Heroic, the Space book focuses on science-fiction themes and features new work by Ming Doyle, Stephanie Hans, Jordie Bellaire and Jessica Hickman, among others. 

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Comic Review: Womanthology: Space #1 | Geeks of Doom

Comic Review: Womanthology: Space #1 | Geeks of Doom | Ladies Making Comics | Scoop.it

Back in August of last year artist Renae De Liz (IDW’s The Last Unicorn) put out her proposed Womanthology book, featuring a wide array of female writers and artists. Working off the theme of Heroic, it managed to make over four times its goal of $25,000, sending the message that there’s a strong demand for more venues where women can showcase their work in the field. IDW got the message loud and clear.

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