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—Patsy Walker #9 (1947), writer & artist uncredited

uchidachi:

I don’t know what you’re looking at, buddy, but I think you’ve got no dates…

Phantom Lady, taking care of business.
—Phantom Lady #14 (1947) by Ruth Roche & Matt Baker

Phantom Lady, taking care of business.

—Phantom Lady #14 (1947) by Ruth Roche & Matt Baker

saladinahmed:

#misandry

Has the contest deadline been extended for writers as well as artists, or only artists?
superdames superdames Said:

The changes to the submission guidelines only affect artists, but there is only one deadline for all submissions. The deadline for both writers and artists has been extended to August 8, 2014.

Superdames.org/contest

Good luck!

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Let’s slow it down a little.

—Batman #15 (1943) by Jack Schiff & Jerry Robinson

Asker living-time Asks:
Just sat down and finished writing the script for the Superdames contest. Without a doubt the most fun I've had writing in the past 13 years.
superdames superdames Said:

Hooray!

Take THAT, writing from the year 2001!

Superdames.org/contest

IMPORTANT UPDATE: After having conversations with several interested artists, we’ve decided to relax the art submission guidelines AND extend the submission deadline to accommodate this change:

  1. We are now accepting black-and-white artwork and pencil artwork. We no longer require finished color artwork.
  2. To accommodate this change, the contest deadline has been extended by ONE WEEK, until 11:59 p.m. (EST), August 8, 2014.

We want this to be a fair, open, and collaborative process, so hopefully this will make it easier for artists to enter! Thanks to everyone who gave me helpful feedback.

As usual, everything you need to know is at:

Good luck!

superdames:

kryptonradio:

Contest for Aspiring Comic Book Writers and Artists

Jill Trentby Michael Brown, staff writer

Finding work in comics for talented artists and writers can sometimes be as easy as meeting a representative at a convention and showing off some work. But often it’s much more difficult, especially if  they’re unable to get to a con, or just don’t know where to start.

Relying on the belief  that “the only way to break into comics is to make comics,” Superdames.org…

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Holy Science Sleuths, it’s a nice little write-up of the Superdames Comics Contest on Krypton Radio!

I still think about this a lot.

—”Jill Trent, Science Sleuth” in Wonder Comics #16 (1948) by Al Camy

—Amazing Man #10 (1940) by Martin Filchock

—Amazing Man #10 (1940) by Martin Filchock

the-spinner-rack:

They Obey My Every Wish! (by Jack Kirby & Mike Royer from The Demon #16, 1974)

Morgaine le Fey is too fab for me.

COUNTDOWN: 6 days to submission deadline (Aug. 1, 2014)!!

Superdames.org/contest

kryptonradio:

Contest for Aspiring Comic Book Writers and Artists

Jill Trentby Michael Brown, staff writer

Finding work in comics for talented artists and writers can sometimes be as easy as meeting a representative at a convention and showing off some work. But often it’s much more difficult, especially if  they’re unable to get to a con, or just don’t know where to start.

Relying on the belief  that “the only way to break into comics is to make comics,” Superdames.org…

View On WordPress

Holy Science Sleuths, it’s a nice little write-up of the Superdames Comics Contest on Krypton Radio!