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She changed comics : the untold story of the women who changed free expression in comics

Author: Betsy Gomez; Maren Williams; Comic Book Legal Defense Fund,
Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Image Comics, 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This title celebrates the women who changed free expression in comics, with profiles of more than sixty groundbreaking female professionals and interviews with the women who are changing today's medium, including RAINA TELGEMEIER, NOELLE STEVENSON, G. WILLOW WILSON. The book also examines the plights of women imprisoned and threatened for making comics and explores the work of women whose work is being banned here  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comics (Graphic works)
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Biographies
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Betsy Gomez; Maren Williams; Comic Book Legal Defense Fund,
ISBN: 9781632159298 1632159295
OCLC Number: 951760329
Description: 170 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Golden Age: Nell Brinkley ; Marjorie Henderson Buell ; Grace Drayton & Margaret G. Hays ; Edwina Dumm ; Ethel Hays ; Helen Hokinson ; Dale Messick ; Tarpe Mills ; Rose O'Neill ; Jackie Ormes ; Lou Rogers ; Barbara Shermund --
Silver Age: Ramona Fradon ; Marie Severin ; Hilda Terry --
Underground comix: Lyn Chevli ; Joyce Farmer ; Shary Flenniken ; Roberta Gregory ; Aline Kominsky-Crumb ; Lee Marrs ; Diane Noomin ; Trina Robbins ; Dori Seda --
Alternative comics & cartooning: Jessica Abel ; Lynda Barry ; Kate Beaton ; Alison Bechdel ; Barbara Brandon-Croft ; Claire Bretecher ; Roz Chast ; Sue Coe ; Colleen Doran ; Julie Doucet ; Melinda Gebbie ; Phoebe Gloeckner ; Carol Lay ; Wendy Pini ; Marjane Satrapi ; Ariel Schrag ; Posey Simmonds ; Jillian & Mariko Tamaki --
Bronze & Modern Age: Kelly Sue DeConnick ; Louise Simonson ; Gail Simone ; Fiona Staples ; Jill Thompson --
Manga: 24 Nengumi ; Rumiko Takahashi ; Moto Hagio ; Machiko Hasegawa --
Women in charge: Karen Berger ; Jenette Kahn ; Francoise Mouly ; Diana Schutz ; Dorothy Woolfolk --
Women at risk: Atena Farghadani ; Doaa Eladl ; Rokudenashiko --
Interviews: Cece Bell ; Sophie Campbell ; Kate Leth ; Lena Merhej ; Kanika Mishra ; Trina Robbins ; Gaile Simone ; Noelle Stevenson ; Mariko Tamaki ; Raina Telgemeier ; C. Spike Trotman ; G. Willow Wilson --
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Other Titles: Untold story of the women who changed free expression in comics
CBLDF presents she changed comics
Responsibility: presented by Comic Book Legal Defense Fund ; edited by Betsy Gomez ; contributors, Maren Williams [and five others].
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