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How Situationists effected today's world.
Curated by Artemis Stiga
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Women At DC Comics Watch – March 2014 Solicits

Women At DC Comics Watch – March 2014 Solicits | WOmen in COmics | Scoop.it

March is looking decent for women, real and fictional, at DC Comics. I’m optimistic about these numbers for female creators moving forward because most of them are regular gigs, and it would be great if DC continued their line of female-led one-shots and expanded some into series. There’s lots of room to grow the numbers yet.

 

 


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Laura Macaluso's curator insight, June 18, 2014 11:32 AM

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Hire This Woman: Artist Becka Kinzie

Hire This Woman: Artist Becka Kinzie | WOmen in COmics | Scoop.it

Becka Kinzie [is] a color flatter and webcomics artist. You may know Kinzie’s work from her color flats on projects like Tale of Sand, Cyborg 009, and Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtles, or her webcomics Cadaverific and It’s a Sikotik World


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Disciplinary Thinking - OER - Learning Materials Filestore

Disciplinary Thinking - OER - Learning Materials Filestore | WOmen in COmics | Scoop.it

 

 

It's not exactly Web 2.0, but does concern 'identity'.


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Review: Alex + Ada #1

Review: Alex + Ada #1 | WOmen in COmics | Scoop.it
I picked up Alex + Ada purely based on the cover alone. Something about the image made me think and the lack of description when I turned to the title page pushed me forward.

It’s a book that starts quiet. It doesn’t use flashy action to pull you, but rather starts off in a way that can be incredibly annoying if not used well. It starts with Alex (our protagonist) being woken up by an off-screen voice. It isn’t until the next page do we realize that the voice is actually the disembodied voice of a computer interface. This same computer interface we later learn is from a chip implanted in his brain allowing him to control the tech of his world, even have a phone conversation using thought alone. This is a world that both bears some resemblance to ours, but is also very different.

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Interview: Women of BOOM! – Whitney Leopard

Interview: Women of BOOM! – Whitney Leopard | WOmen in COmics | Scoop.it

BOOM! (and KaBOOM! and Archaia) has given us unprecedented access and the chance to ask questions to their staff, and creative teams, to find out why the publisher is so successful in hiring women and their experiences in the comic industry as women.

 

Up this week is Whitney Leopard, an assistant editor for the company.


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