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Check Out the Latest Badass Female Characters to Be Immortalized in Joëlle Jones’ DC Cover Girls Collection

C2E2 is still going strong in Chicago, and geeks from all over the world are stocking up on all sorts of awesome swag and toys from their favorite fandoms. One of our favorite artists, Eisner-nominated Joëlle Jones announced yesterday during the DC Universe panel, that the mischievous Catwoman will be the latest DC character to star in her DC Cover Girls statue line by DC Collectibles!

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TMS’ Favorite Female-Created Comics of 2017

If you're a TMS subscriber, you receive our daily newsletter, and (almost) every Wednesday I provide our weekly Pull Wisely list of comics recommendations for New Comic Book Day. Now that a full 365 days have gone by, here are some of my favorite new, female-created titles this year!

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Interview: Mariko Tamaki and Joëlle Jones Focus More On the “Girl” and Less On the “Super” In Supergirl: Being Super

I've become obsessed with all things Supergirl. However, as much as I love Kara, I've often felt that, because of the circumstances of her backstory she, unlike her cousin Clark, has often felt even less human, as lots of attention has been paid to the fact that the character left Krypton as a teenager, and so feels the separation from her homeworld more. Supergirl: Being Super gives us a different Kara Danvers entirely.

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30 of Our Most Favorite Women Comic Artists of 2016 (and Beyond)

To just about all of us here at The Mary Sue, comics make the world go 'round. So, in the spirit of doing work and keeping things awesome, we decided we should go ahead and share some of our most favorite women comic artists of 2016 (and a few beyond).

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We Asked Boston Comic Con 2015, “How Do You Deal With Negative Reviews?”

We asked comic creators at Boston Comic Con for their tips on dealing with negative feedback, whether it's criticism from professional reviewers, messages from disappointed fans, or random haters who may not even be your audience.

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Dark Horse’s Limited Series Lady Killer to Return For Second Story Arc; Joëlle Jones Talks Future of the Series

The Florida sun is murder.

If you love vintage-inspired artwork, female assassins, or great comics in general, you've probably read Dark Horse's series, Lady Killer, written and drawn by Joëlle Jones and co-written by Jamie S. Rich, which tells the story of an early 1960s housewife named Josie who fights suburban ennui by living a double life as a paid assassin. Well, there's great news coming out of SDCC today! At the Dark Horse panel, , it was revealed that Lady Killer will be returning next year!

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Betty Draper Meets Hannibal In Our Exclusive Preview Of Dark Horse’s Lady Killer

Joëlle Jones is spearheading a delightful-sounding new series from Dark Horse called Ladykillers and they've given us an exclusive first look at some fantastic art.

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The Mary Sue Exclusive Announcement: Dark Horse Comic’s New Alabaster Series From Caitlin R. Kiernan

The Mary Sue is proud to announce Caitlín R. Kiernan's newest addition to her Alabaster dark fantasy series, Alabaster: The Good, the Bad, and the Bird! Read on for more information and an interview with the creator.

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