On a somewhat serious note today because of a conversation the other day: I...– You Didn’t Thank Me For Punching You in the Face « Views from the Couch (via golden-notebook)
There Need to Be More Nonwhite Protagonists →
drawology: “It is often difficult for me to go into the young adult section of a book store. It should be easy. I have about 2 million books for young people in print. But I know before I turn up the aisle what I will find — shelves of books about young people who look nothing like the ones I write about. The kids on the covers will have great adventures, solve mysteries, wrestle with bullying...
PRINCELESS: Indie Comic Turns Princess Stories on... →
fyeahlilbitoeverything: This quote: Well, Adrienne has always been black from the first pages of this book I wrote. I wanted a character who represented a group of women who are very rarely represented in comics or fantasy stories. When I saw The Princess and the Frog, it bothered me that Disney felt the need to place this story in the real world. When Thor came out, it bothered me that so...
Fandom Post: Princeless #1 Review →
fandompost: Someday my prince will come? Forget that! Creative Staff: Writer: Jeremy Whitley Artist; M. Goodwin What They Say: Still waiting for your prince to come? Tired of spending night after night locked in a secluded tower? Ready for your own adventure? So are we. Princeless is the…
I read the Princeless comic
elizabun: It’s nice to see a black girl in a comic. It was also pretty funny and non-sexist. C: Can’t wait to get volume 2… A ringing endorsement if ever I’ve gotten one! Funny and non-sexist! That’s a twofer!
Princeless #1 Review
comicmaven: “Once upon a time, in a castle full of plot-holes there lived the princess Adrienne… who thought fairytales were hogwash and could take care of herself. Who needs a prince? Adrienne is happily princeless.” Great comic - even if I already know about the happy ending that’s sure to follow. Read the full review here.