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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Regine L. Sawyer

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this month, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. This is the last one! – BC

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My awesome, stupendous, WinC members made it abundantly clear to me, that I could not write a series of Spotlights on them, without adding one about myself. This is awkward as I don’t know what, but I’ll take a stab at it…graciously and humbly.
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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Juliana “Jewels” Smith

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this month, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. – BC

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Juliana ‘Jewels’ Smith fell into comics….Literally. As an Educator and Community Activist, she used many creative methods when teaching and promoting literacy to her students. However, surprisingly, the most effective one was her use of comic books in the classroom; which inspired her to create and write her own series: “(H)afrocentric”.
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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Delia Gable

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this month, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. – BC

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Delia Gable is a burgeoning Rockstar, comic book Artist. Her early beginnings as a fine art painter and illustrator catapulted her towards the medium she loved most: Comics. She has worked on a variety of books throughout the years, working as both the Penciler and Colorist on most of them.

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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Alice Meichi Li

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this week, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. – BC

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Alice Meichi Li is a multi-talented, Detroit-born, comic book Illustrator now living in the heart of New York City. She has won a multitude of awards across a short period of time; including the Silver Award in the Graphic Novels/Comics Category by SILA Illustration West 52 in 2014. In addition, Alice is also a two time Harvey Awards Nominee and who has showcased her artwork at many an art exhibition throughout the country.
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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Sara Woolley

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this week, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. – BC

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Sara Woolley is a multi-award winning graphic artist who has worked in both the comic and children’s book industry for more than a decade. Her work has been recognized by the New York Society of Illustrators, the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, and most recently by 3×3 Magazine of Contemporary Illustration. She has worked on a variety projects for several companies including Scholastic, Random House, The New Castle Science Convention, and Round Robin Editrice IT. 
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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Alithea E. Martinez

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this week, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. – BC

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Alitha E. Martinez is a 16 year veteran of the mainstream comic book industry. She began her career in early 1999 as the Art Assistant of then Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada of Marvel Comics. She was assigned to do background artwork in various comic book series’ at that time. Soon afterward, she became a Penciler in her own right; working on such titles as ‘Ironman’, ‘X-men: Black Sun’, ‘Marvel Age Fantastic Four’, ‘Black Panther’, and ‘Voltron’.
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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Barbara Brandon-Croft

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this week, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. – BC

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Barbara Brandon-Croft is first and foremost the proud daughter of Brumsic Brandon, Jr., creator of the 1960’s comic strip, “Luther” as well as the first African American cartoonist to be nationally syndicated. Barbara is a renowned comic strip creator and artist in her own right; following in her fathers footsteps, she is the first and only African American female cartoonist to be nationally and internationally syndicated in the mainstream press.
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Women in Comics NYC Collective International: Women’s History Month Spotlights – Vanessa Verduga

Since Kelly and I are doing our Female Creators countdown this week, I didn’t have time to do spotlights on female-created comics like I normally like to do in March. Instead, though, I asked the nifty comic book writer Regine L. Sawyer to do some spotlights on fellow members of her Women In Comics NYC Collective. Here is her first spotlight! – BC

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Vanessa Verduga wears many hats in both the Comic Book and Multimedia Industry. As an acclaimed SAG Actor, Producer, Screenwriter, Director, and Lawyer; Vanessa has prided herself on developing thoughtful and diverse intellectual properties. Her projects range from Web Series creation to Off Broadway production to Independent film directing to Comic Book writing.
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Month of Women in Comics – Frankie Comics #1

All March (and, okay, a LITTLE bit into April just to make it a full 31 books) I’ll be reviewing different comic books by female creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here‘s a list of all the books featured so far this month.

We conclude with Rachel Dukes’ Frankie Comics #1…

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Month of Women in Comics – Madame Frankenstein #1-3

All March (and, okay, a LITTLE bit into April just to make it a full 31 books) I’ll be reviewing different comic books by female creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here‘s a list of all the books featured so far this month.

We continue with Jamie S. Rich and Megan Levens’ Madame Frankenstein #1-3

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Month of Women in Comics – The Black Feather Falls

All March (and, okay, a LITTLE bit into April just to make it a full 31 books) I’ll be reviewing different comic books by female creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here‘s a list of all the books featured so far this month.

We continue with Ellen Lindner’s The Black Feather Falls, Books 1-2…

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Month of Women in Comics – Zukahnaut

All this month (and, I’ll admit, a teensy bit over) I’ll be reviewing different comic books by female creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here‘s a list of all the books featured so far this month.

We continue with Otty Justason and Sonya Somers’ Zukahnaut…

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Month of Women in Comics – Superbitch!

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books by female creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here‘s a list of all the books featured so far this month.

We continue with Kennedy Cooke-Garza’s Superbitch!

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Month of Women in Comics – The Letter

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books by female creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here‘s a list of all the books featured so far this month.

We continue with Nandita Basu’s short story, “The Letter”….

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Month of Women in Comics – M.F.K.

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books by female creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here‘s a list of all the books featured so far this month.

We continue with M.F.K. by Nilah Magruder…

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