women in prisons
Kelly Sue DeKonnick, the author of revolutionary comics, talks about the changes that have come to the world of graphic novels.
Around the person of Kelly Sue DeKonnick, feminists and inspirers of one of the most swirling and fascinating stories in today’s comics, a truly unbridled cult has developed. Men and women, inspired by the unyielding characters of the comic book Bitch Planet, a futuristic space refrain to motivate 60-70s films about exploiting women in prisons, often send the author photos of their tattoos in the form of the “incompatible” mark – the same as the heroines of the book disagree with the existing state of affairs. And around Carol Danvers, the main character of the comic book Captain Marvel (Captain Marvel) – who, while DeKonnick was working on her, contributed to the appearance of a huge number of works about superheroes where women are not “humiliated”, – the author speaks of them, – There was a whole fan base, “Carol Corps”. These fans made so much noise and became so noticeable that the comic strip Continue reading