Graphic Ladies!?

Graphic Ladies features the work of ladies who create and critique comics. We also tweet!

Reblog and share these posts to help raise the visibility of women in the comics industry.

Graphic Ladies is maintained by Erin Polgreen. Submit links and ideas here, or email graphicladies@gmail.com.

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  1. newyorker:

Cartoon by Emily Flake. For more from this issue: http://nyr.kr/USOWBM

    newyorker:

    Cartoon by Emily Flake. For more from this issue: http://nyr.kr/USOWBM

     
     
  2. thelalatheory:

Hey my review of Nicole J. Georges’ wonderful new graphic memoir, Calling Dr. Laura, is in the Philly Inquirer. You can read it if you want.

    thelalatheory:

    Hey my review of Nicole J. Georges’ wonderful new graphic memoir, Calling Dr. Laura, is in the Philly Inquirer. You can read it if you want.

    (Source: proveyrhuman)

     
     
  3. deannazandt:

Happy new year. Time to make the comics: this first one covers the last couple weeks or so of my life: I had to jump onto an elimination diet for wheat and dairy. GOOD TIMES. Click for a larger/readable version. (and please, reblog/tweet/share if you like!)

    deannazandt:

    Happy new year. Time to make the comics: this first one covers the last couple weeks or so of my life: I had to jump onto an elimination diet for wheat and dairy. GOOD TIMES. Click for a larger/readable version. (and please, reblog/tweet/share if you like!)

     
     
  4. Whattt! Symbolia is a month old today! So. Exciting.

    Even Better: We’re only 16 downloads away from 3,000 users on the iPad!

    To celebrate, the next 16 people to download our first issue and tweet OR tumbl a screenshot/picture of you reading Symbolia will get an adorable Symbolia button (see below!) in the mail. Send your proof to admin@symboliamag.com. 

    Hop to it, people! Get the coolest comics journalism magazine around on your iPad today.

     
     
  5. symboliamag:

What will you find in future issues of Symbolia?
Here’s a sneak peek from our next issue. Lolo’s Story is about two siblings separated by deportation. Produced by Beth Caldwell, Joel Medina, and Erin Siegal, a team of multimedia journalists, and illustrator Kat Leyh, Lolo’s Story features dynamic illustration, video and audio interviews, animation, and more. It’s going to be a blockbuster.
We’re pretty excited about our next issue, in other words. If you want to get your hands on Lolo’s Story the minute it’s released, subscribe today via our iPad app or get Symbolia’s PDF edition.

    symboliamag:

    What will you find in future issues of Symbolia?

    Here’s a sneak peek from our next issue. Lolo’s Story is about two siblings separated by deportation. Produced by Beth Caldwell, Joel Medina, and Erin Siegal, a team of multimedia journalists, and illustrator Kat Leyh, Lolo’s Story features dynamic illustration, video and audio interviews, animation, and more. It’s going to be a blockbuster.

    We’re pretty excited about our next issue, in other words. If you want to get your hands on Lolo’s Story the minute it’s released, subscribe today via our iPad app or get Symbolia’s PDF edition.

     
     
  6. newyorker:

Cartoon by Roz Chast. For more from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/SHt2jA

    newyorker:

    Cartoon by Roz Chast. For more from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/SHt2jA

     
     
  7. Symbolia has arrived. 
Symbolia, founded by GraphicLadies!? curator Erin Polgreen, mixes the best of comics art with thoughtful journalism from around the world. Not only that, but Symbolia is committed to gender parity. Each issue of Symbolia features work by at least 50% women creators.
Here’s how to get your mitts on Symbolia today:
Own an iPad? Then get our flagship iPad app, featuring audio, animation, and interactive infographics.
No tablet? No sweat! Symbolia also has a PDF edition that can be read on any device.
The Details: Symbolia is a bi-monthly digital magazine dedicated to incendiary storytelling from around the world. We’re merging longform journalism and sequential art to create an entirely new digital news experience. Subscriptions are $11.99 for 6 issues, and single issues will be available for $2.99 a pop. Our preview issue is free, and comes with any subscription.
Symbolia’s preview issue features work by cartoonists Susie Cagle, Sarah Glidden, Kat Fajardo, and many more. Your subscription, via PDF or iPad, will help create paid work for lady cartoonists and lady journos. Please help spread the word!

    Symbolia has arrived

    Symbolia, founded by GraphicLadies!? curator Erin Polgreen, mixes the best of comics art with thoughtful journalism from around the world. Not only that, but Symbolia is committed to gender parity. Each issue of Symbolia features work by at least 50% women creators.

    Here’s how to get your mitts on Symbolia today:

    • Own an iPad? Then get our flagship iPad app, featuring audio, animation, and interactive infographics.
    • No tablet? No sweat! Symbolia also has a PDF edition that can be read on any device.

    The Details: Symbolia is a bi-monthly digital magazine dedicated to incendiary storytelling from around the world. We’re merging longform journalism and sequential art to create an entirely new digital news experience. Subscriptions are $11.99 for 6 issues, and single issues will be available for $2.99 a pop. Our preview issue is free, and comes with any subscription.

    Symbolia’s preview issue features work by cartoonists Susie Cagle, Sarah Glidden, Kat Fajardo, and many more. Your subscription, via PDF or iPad, will help create paid work for lady cartoonists and lady journos. Please help spread the word!
     
     
  8. retrofitcomics:

Gray is Not a Color by Sally Madden shipping in late december, now available for pre-order.  

    retrofitcomics:

    Gray is Not a Color by Sally Madden shipping in late december, now available for pre-order.  

     
     
  9. Emi Gennis is making really fun, noir-y True Crime comics.

    Emi Gennis is making really fun, noir-y True Crime comics.

     
     
  10. Rebecca Clements is making comics again after a year long sabbatical (via KinokoFry).

    Rebecca Clements is making comics again after a year long sabbatical (via KinokoFry).