Learn all about black cats, love potions, how to sew your own familiar and how to draw a sigil in this month’s witchy roundup!
“I didn’t think I’d get new editions this early, I thought I’d have to wait a couple years for the next printing to roll around to get my name fixed, so it’s awesome getting it this soon after I came out.”
“That’s what these awards are, a deep and profound thank you to all of the people who make us glad that we didn’t listen when we were told that girls don’t read comics.”
Our goal is to recognize and celebrate webcomics, graphic zines, comic books, graphic novels and other forms of sequential art that feature both excellence in the art form and excellence in representation for girls and women (especially queer girls and women) and feminist themes.
All of these comics are great, all of them are about women, all of them have the same impish sense of humor and adventure. And perhaps most importantly, all of them are full of cats.
I’m pretty sure most of us who were weird kids grew up wanting to be witches, I know I did.So let’s celebrate that fact!
A bunch of college-age girls (many of them girls of color) being friends, wearing sweet outfits and saving the day together? Count me in!
The amazing, hilarious and action packed webcomic is now coming to a comic shop near you!
It’s about girls of color, it has queer characters (including a trans girl of color), it has witches, it’s got a super original premise, it’s got great art, great writing and a greatly compelling story.
Only YOU can make sure queer and trans women are able to keep making comics.
The goal of the Autostraddle Comic and Sequential Art Awards is to recognize and celebrate positive representation for queer women and feminist issues in comics, webcomics and graphic novels.
Do you remember when I covered Kat Leyh’s amazing queer superhero webcomic “Supercakes?” Well, it’s back with its own website and new content!
The 2014 Eisner Awards were announced at Comic-Con! Let’s take a look at the winners. Also, let’s check out that new Wonder Woman movie costume!
“I just wanted to say that I LOVE your short hair.”
Amy T. Falcone’s webcomic “Clique Refresh” reminds us all just how great online friendships can be while taking us on a wild adventure.
“Becoming Me” is a wonderful new webcomic featuring the adventures of a young Chilean trans woman named Mia. If you’re looking for more trans fiction in your life, this is a great place to find it.
“Brainchild” by Suzanne Geary is a wonderful webcomic where the art is gorgeous, the women are queer and the world is full of demons and brothers back from the dead.
I’m just an absolute sucker for a cute queer romance between two ladies, and so when I found out about the new comic Lucky and Scary I was tickled pink. Here we have the Tale as Old as Time: a cute blonde femme with a penchant for dressing like Sailor Moon meets a “very gender neutral chick” with a sweet leather jacket.
Molly Alice Hoy is a queer cartoonist who addresses topics ranging from body image to queer cats to being half in the closet and half out with a deft hand and relatable stories.
In which we need to prepare for an emergency.