The amazing Sarah Winifred Searle talks about carving a space for women in the world of comics.
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Blackman and Williams announced their controversial and highly-public departure from "Batwoman" last week, citing "editorial
A young boy experiencing thoughts or feelings that may be completely foreign to how he was raised can find some truth and validation in a comic book. Will it have openly gay characters who don't treat homosexuality as something to be ashamed of or disguised?