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Since we’ve started the Talking Comics website and podcast, we’ve gotten a number of amazing questions from fans and listeners. Lately, we’ve been getting a lot of questions about women in comics. Not just about characters in comics, but about women who read comics and women who create comics.

For a while now, we’ve wanted to do these questions justice by dedicating an entire podcast to this subject and we’ve been waiting for the right guest to come along and share their opinions on the subject.

We have several amazing suggestions from Twitter followers, fans and listeners, but now the tricky part is getting in touch with these fine folks. Right now, we’re taking more suggestions for who YOU would like to hear talk about this subject before we finalize the details on the show. We’d like you to:

a) Send us your suggestions as to who our guest should be and
b) Send in your questions for this special show

If YOU are a lady in comics, whether you’re an avid comic book fan, a comic book writer or artist or just someone who has a very strong opinion on the subject, we’d like for you to email us so we can talk to YOU. Since I (Stephanie) am trying to get the guests lined up, please send me an email at for further details.

That being said, if you’re interested in being on ANOTHER one of our podcasts as a guest, not necessarily for our Women in Comics ‘cast, let us know. Or if you have an idea for a guest or anything at all like that. You can email me (again, Stephanie) at the email above or email us generally at

About The Author

Managing Editor, Community Manager and Podcast Co-Host

Stephanie is [obviously] a comic book fan, but she also considers herself an avid gamer, movie watcher, lover of music, board games fan (although she doesn’t find nearly enough time for them…) and being snarky. Oh, and Twitter. Twitter’s a hobby, right? Stephanie is a purveyor of too many projects and outside of Talking Comics she’s done work for, Agents of Geek, Word of the Nerd, C&G Magazine, Dork Shelf, Misfortune Cookie (her personal blog for words and pictures) and more. She wrote a story for the anthology The Secret Loves of Geek Girls (coming in October 2016 from Dark Horse) and she also runs Toronto Geek Trivia in her home city. She can be found helping out at other “geek” community things around there.

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  1. Breana

    Hey. I am doing a presentation in my English Class about Comics and my topic is portrayal of women in comics. I was wondering if you had any suggestions or could tell me who are pictured above. That would really help. Thanks.

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