Foz Meadows looks at the assumption talking about race and representation in YA is, itself, racist. After all, you’re talking about how many black or women or gay characters are in fiction, so obviously you’re not seeing them as people, just diversity hires (so to speak), right? No, as detailed at the link.
•No, comics are not innately a man’s world. Women were involved in comic strips and comic books even before second-wave feminism started.
•SF and comics are not the only creative field with a history of sexism.
•Atomic Junk Shop looks at the roots of sexism in comics fandom (I’ve linked to this before, I know, but it seemed to fit in two different posts).
•Freelancer Renae deLiz had a big hit with Legend of Wonder Woman but her relationship with DC has been less than amicable. Heidi McDonald looks at the history (which includes some crowdfunded projects that did not deliver as planned) and the tricky questions of freelancer vs. corporation.
•Need images? The Metropolitan Museum of Art has them online for free.
•Fake news as a tool for promoting a movie?
•Duke’s Center for the Public Domain puts out a comic-book explaining fair use.