Grrl Comix

Feature

Saturday, December 08, 2001

In the old days, comic books written for female readers tended to be soap operas and adolescent fantasies drawn by men. We talk to two female comic artists of different generations, Jessica Abel and Trina Robbins, about their work. 

Guests:

Jessica Abel and Trina Robbins

Contributors:

Amy Standen

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