Women in Comics – Updates and Updated List

This enormity of what we’ve undertaken is becoming real.  With 105 Women on this list, and emails sent to a third of them asking to answer a couple of quick questions to help with the spotlights… Eeep!

This is going to take a lot of our time, but we’re happy to give it.  Please be patient, and posts will start over the next day or two and hopefully never stop.

If you are on this list and and haven’t received an email from us, we can be reached at girlsreadcomicstoo (at) gmail (dot) com If I have you on facebook, the questions might be coming that way too!

  • Diana Nock
  • Marjorie M Liu‎
  • Jean Arrow
  • Jolene Houser
  • Madame M
  • Holly Golightly
  • Nei Ruffino
  • Katie Cook
  • Chrissie Zullo
  • Amy Reeder
  • Gisele Gace
  • Christina Strain
  • Emily Warren
  • Jo Chen
  • Rachel Panditch
  • Ashley Lanni
  • Carolyn Belefski
  • Faith Erin HIcks
  • Veronica Gandini
  • Laura Martin
  • Kate Beaton
  • Colleen Doran
  • Camilla d’Errico
  • June Brigman
  • Ming Doyle
  • Louise Simonsen
  • Fiona Staples
  • Stephanie Buscema
  • Renae De Liz
  • Nicola Scott
  • Kathryn Immonen
  • Jill Thompson
  • Stephanie Gladden
  • Catt Staggs
  • Devin Grayson
  • Tara Tallan
  • Hope Larson
  • Tory Woollcott
  • Raina Telgemeier
  • Stephanie Lantry
  • Carrie Smith
  • Kelly Turnbull
  • Yasmin Liang
  • Rori
  • Pia Guerra
  • Megan Rose Gedris
  • Cassandra James
  • Laura Allred
  • Rachel Dodson
  • Adrianna Melo
  • Gail Simone
  • Abby Denson
  • Becky Cloonan
  • Lea Hernandez
  • Christine Norrie
  • Jen Van Meter
  • Chynna Clugston
  • Alison Bechdel
  • Serena Valentino
  • Emma Rios
  • April Reyna
  • Amanda Conner
  • Kelly Sue De Connick
  • Denise Vasquez
  • JL Straw
  • Sara Westrop
  • Tess Fowler
  • valium kapadai
  • Carla Speed McNeil
  • Rebekah Isaacs
  • Paige Braddock
  • Ivory Madison
  • Amanda McMurray
  • G. Willow Wilson
  • Gabrielle Bell
  • Danielle Corsetto
  • Gina Biggs
  • Adriana Blake
  • Yamino (aka Elena Barbarich)
  • Isabelle Melançon
  • Megan Laney-Heaton
  • Danielle O’Brien
  • Kaja Foglio
  • Sarah Wilkinson
  • Jennifer L Meyer
  • Nikki Cook
  • Joamette Gil
  • Rachel Nabors
  • Zoey Hogan
  • Kim Yale
  • Liz Prince
  • Emily Smith
  • Mary Bellamy
  • Marie Severin
  • Wendy Pini
  • Sissy Pantelis
  • Jennie Gyllblad
  • Sara Dunkerton
  • Alexia Othonaiou
  • Chandra Free
  • Shaenon Garrity
  • Emma Vieceli
  • Sonia Leong
  • Kate Brown
  • Eva Hopkins
  • Corinna Bechko
  • Brea Grant
  • Agnes Garbowska
  • Janet K Lee

Cheers!

Dee

About Dee

Officially a Canastralian. Longtime comic fan, and lover of the graphic medium. Grey up with the X-Men and Avengers, and moved to the world of DC and independents shortly after. Cosplayer, Costumer, and all around crafty person. Loves to travel and works her butt off for a number of conventions here in Oz.
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7 Responses to Women in Comics – Updates and Updated List

  1. Scott Rubin says:

    How about all the women who make comics on the other side of the world? There are tons of female manga and bede creators. You could easily double the size of this list.

    • Dee says:

      Because this blog deals mostly with american/european and western style comics, we are trying to focus on that. Manga and all the associated forms are all great, but they aren’t something we know a lot about and we are hoping to keep it focused on the mediums we do know and love. That being said I know there are quite a few crossover people on the list, and i hope someone does a counterpart to this list somewhere.

  2. PharaohKatt says:

    Hello,

    Im a fellow unicorn, and I’ve been lurking for a while now. Just wanted to come out of the woodwork to say I’m really looking forward to this series. I’m always keen to know more about women in the comic book industry.

  3. Roy Swan says:

    I’d like to throw in a few suggestions if I may. First Aline Kaminsky and Joyce Brabner, wives of Robert Crumb and Harvey Pekar but influential in their own right. Also Trina Robbins; her own anthology Wimmen’s Comix was the Womanthology of it’s time. Finally if the list isn’t restricted to women artists and writers in comics, there are Jeannete Kahn, Karen Berger and Shelly Bond with DC.

    I don’t think I saw those names on the list but I might have missed them. In any case, they are all immensely influential women.

  4. H says:

    I’d love to see webcomic creator Sandra on here, from long running LGBT friendly series Boy Meets Boy, Friendly Hostility, and Other People’s Business. http://www.otherpeoplesbusiness.net/

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