Looking for woman-created comics? From Jessica Jones to House of Whispers to a horror series set in NOLA in the 1950s, this fall delivers.
Where's Princess Leia? How about Jessica Jones or Wonder Woman? Oh, exclusively in the women's section. On the erasure of female characters in branded merchandise and why that's bunk.
If you've already burned through Jessica Jones Season 2 and need a superheroine PI fix, we've got four titles to fill that foul-mouthed, whiskey bottle-shaped hole in your heart.
Season 2 of Jessica Jones features an all-female director lineup: learn more about the women, and check out the rad posters designed for each episode, all from female artists!
This is the story of how toxic masculinity ruined superheroes for a reader for years before some good stories and people could redeem them.
"When motherhood and politics made it feel like life was getting really, really difficult, reading, especially reading comics, gave me hope and connection."
Jessica Jones #1 is here, more than a decade after the original series, ALIAS. The original team of Bendis and Gaydos are back, but the issue disappoints.
Why doesn't Jessica Jones have her own comic series? It's well past time for her to have one.