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    Women in Comics: Ngozi Ukazu
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    What started out as a humble Tumblr-based webcomic inspired by college life at Yale University and the strange new world of college hockey, Ngozi Ukazu quickly gained a following that earned her two published books before signing a deal with First Second for this year’s re-release.

    Women in Comics: Faith Erin Hicks
    Women in Comics: Faith Erin Hicks 0

    From webcomics to newspaper comic strips to graphic novels, Faith Erin Hicks has done it all, and she’s doing it again and again! This time with the epic conclusion of the Nameless City trilogy!

    Women in Comics: Brenna Thummler
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    Right away, you’re drawn into a world of soft, bright colors as the story opens on our young heroine, Marjorie, affirming her hatred of laundry and ghosts. You soon discover that Marjorie’s life is anything but easy. She was single-handedly keeping the family business running while her her father fell deeper and deeper into depression. Amidst school bullies, a tenacious slime of a businessman trying to steal their property, and now a little ghost who is nothing but trouble, Marj is having trouble keeping her own head above water.

    Women in Comics: Sarah Vaughn & Leila del Duca
    Women in Comics: Sarah Vaughn & Leila del Duca 0

    Today, we look into two modern comics heavy hitters, Sarah Vaughn, co-creator of Alex & Ada, and Leila Del Duca of award-winning Shutter fame.

    Women in Comics: Ivy Noelle Weir & Steenz
    Women in Comics: Ivy Noelle Weir & Steenz 0

    This week, we’re focusing our attention on two spectacular ladies who are making waves! Taking the comic book world by storm in stores and in the community, they banded together to create their...

    Women in Comics: Ru Xu
    Women in Comics: Ru Xu 0

    Soft colors bordered by contrasting lines make-up the majority Ru Xu’s artwork, giving it a calming, otherworldly feel. From her webcomic Saint for Rent, to her new graphic novel series Newsprints, to the various illustrations she’s done for her website and her Patreon, her artwork and storytelling breathe in fantastical pastels for all ages.

    Contributor: Taryn M. Gray

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