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

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  1. "The cut-outs in Jimmy Corrigan…, for example, provide a space to comment about the issue by simultaneously boycotting and questioning not only the work itself but also the medium of comics. In fact, they abruptly interrupt the flow of narration and work as digressions that come to challenge the semiotics and architecture of the work. They are, in the end, metafiction, devices that self-consciously address the work, exposing its narrative strategies bare."
    — Would you admit it? Esther Claudio on Chris Ware.