gingerhaze:

"We can’t have a female protagonist because girls don’t like comic book movies"

LATER:

"Well now that a huge percentage of the audience of comic book movies are girls, clearly girls like comic book movies exactly the way they are and we don’t have to change anything"

missvoltairine:

"Men are sexualized in comics too you know!"

[sighs so hard the force of my breath exiting my body blows you away and drops you in the middle of the ocean]

mezbee:

WHY HASN’T TUMBLR BLASTED THIS YET?
My friend and her team spent a lot of time putting together an interesting and thought-out documentary about representation in the comic industry. I know a lot of us would love to see it get good press.
There’s only 3 days to go and they still need about $6,000… I’m trying to help out a bit with getting some more word out there. ;u;/ 
Reblogs help to get the word out!! x

thehappysorceress:

Statler and Waldorf are comics fans by Josh Gowdy

From CBR’s The Line it is Drawn

activistaabsentee:

Women got mad knowledge about everything.

mdmbrightside:

shoomlah:

lissabt:

Comics about Comic-con!

My dream scenario also includes grabbing drinks and becoming twitter friends and just plain bein’ cool like Fonzie. Like a goddamn pro.

Consider this a formal apology to everyone i meet this weekend.

Lissa tellin’ it like it is.

EXACTLY

saphire-dance:

Seriously, kids. Don’t get into comics. All you will do is cry and wonder why you are broke.

comicsalliance:

DECONNICK, SEBELA AND SOOK TO LAUNCH ‘GHOST’ ONGOING SERIES [SDCC 2013]

Following the success of the recent Ghost miniseries from Kelly Sue DeConnick and Phil Noto, and increasing Dark Horse’s efforts to develop their superhero comics, today the publisher announched the launch of a Ghost ongoing series. DeConnick will be returning, with Christopher Sebela joining her as co-writer and Ryan Sook providing interior art. Issue #1 will have a cover from Terry Dodson and a variant cover from Paolo Rivera.

Read more at ComicsAlliance.