Black Women Take On Comic Book Industry

Black Women Take On Comic Book Industry

There are 7 comments on the KXLY-TV Spokane story from Nov 29, 2011, titled Black Women Take On Comic Book Industry. In it, KXLY-TV Spokane reports that:

Editor's note: Erika D. Peterman is a Florida-based writer and editor, and the co-creator of the comics blog Girls-Gone-Geek.com. Cheryl Lynn Eaton is a comics and graphic novel fan who fell in love with the medium in childhood, courtesy of Archie and the X-Men. She knows plenty about comic books and their history, writes commentary about them and ... (more)

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Klaus

Toronto, Canada

#3 Nov 29, 2011
Blasted sheboons are always whining hysterically over something. STFU!!!!!!!!!!
Lisa

AOL

#4 Nov 29, 2011
It would be wonderful if more black women got involved in this avenue...I forget which old poster (a black female) was very gifted in her "comic book" drawings of black characters..
Black Woman

Raleigh, NC

#5 Nov 29, 2011
Lisa wrote:
It would be wonderful if more black women got involved in this avenue...I forget which old poster (a black female) was very gifted in her "comic book" drawings of black characters..
no thanks, we'd rather talk about ir for the next 10 years.
Carol

Orem, UT

#6 Nov 29, 2011
Lisa wrote:
It would be wonderful if more black women got involved in this avenue...I forget which old poster (a black female) was very gifted in her "comic book" drawings of black characters..
I'm going to start my kids a company next year with their drawings and short books they wrote while kids.
SadButTrue

Arlington, VA

#7 Nov 29, 2011
CarolMACEO wrote:
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I'm going to start my kids a company next year with their drawings and short books they wrote while kids.
Black men are always listed for negative things pertaining to Jail or bad stats all the time! 8990

Sad..........your low test scores, unemployed, don't get married! LMAO
Allen

United States

#8 Dec 2, 2011
Imagine the cussing in those comic books...

“Life is what you make it!”

Since: Oct 11

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#9 Dec 2, 2011
The more black women break free from the confinements of what the black community and the men in it put on bw, the more we are going to start exploring different interesting avenues.

We are seeing more black goths than before, or those scene kids, just many different bw enjoying different things out there. It's good.:)

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