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Barbara Slate Week! – Getting Married and Other Mistakes

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Barbara Slate Week concludes, which was a (work) week’s worth of spotlights on the work of Barbara Slate, an underappreciated comic book creator who I’ve long been a fan of.

Today we take a look at Slate’s most recent graphic novel (which she wrote and drew), Getting Married and Other Mistakes, which just came out last year from Other Press.
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Barbara Slate Week! – Archie Comics

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Barbara Slate Week continues, which is a (work) week’s worth of spotlights on the work of Barbara Slate, an underappreciated comic book creator who I’ve long been a fan of.

Today we take a look at a variety of comics that Slate has worked on for Archie over the last twenty or so years…
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Barbara Slate Week! – Sweet XVI

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Barbara Slate Week continues, which is a (work) week’s worth of spotlights on the work of Barbara Slate, an underappreciated comic book creator who I’ve long been a fan of.

Today we take a look at Slate’s 1991 mini-series Sweet XVI about a group of teens in ancient Rome…
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Barbara Slate Week! – Yuppies From Hell

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Barbara Slate Week continues, which is a (work) week’s worth of spotlights on the work of Barbara Slate, an underappreciated comic book creator who I’ve long been a fan of.

Today we take a look at Slate’s 1989 one-shot at Marvel Comics titled Yuppies From Hell…
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Barbara Slate Week! – Angel Love

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Welcome to Barbara Slate Week, a (work) week’s worth of spotlights on the work of Barbara Slate, an underappreciated comic book creator who I’ve long been a fan of.

I’ll be going at this chronologically, so we begin with Slate’s acclaimed off kilter 1986-87 DC Comics series Angel Love, about a group of young people living in New York City during the 80′s.
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