Womanthology: Space

Womanthology Space Womanthology Space the follow up to the hit Kickstarter project Womanthology Heroic brings tales pinups how tos and by women of all ages and experience

  • Title: Womanthology: Space
  • Author: Mariah Huehner Ming Doyle Stacie Ponder Bonnie Tanja Anna Bowie Sandy Carpenter Bonnie Burton Chrissie Zullo
  • ISBN: 9781613776070
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Womanthology Space, the follow up to the hit Kickstarter project, Womanthology Heroic, brings tales, pinups, how tos, and by women of all ages and experience.

    Womanthology Space Jennifer deGuzman, Fulfillment by FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in s fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for Womanthology Space by Mariah Huehner Womanthology Space This anthology had beautiful art and fun stories They all played well into the theme, but they also made it painfully obvious that the theme was very broad It was fun to jump around within the genre so fast, but I did get a little whiplash doing it I wish each story had been at least a little longer, though I understand the format constraints The extra pages of art at the end were Womanthology Space Issues Book Series Zum Hauptinhalt wechseln Prime entdecken Alle Womanthology Space Women In Comics Wiki Womanthology Space is a spin off miniseries of Womanthology Heroic anthology, both published by IDW Publishing The first issue was released in September Published September The first issue was released in September . Womanthology Space English Edition eBook Various Kindle Shop Whlen Sie die Abteilung aus, in der Sie suchen mchten. Womanthology Space CBR Womanthology Space follows up on Renae DeLiz s phenomenally successful Kickstarter project, Womanthology Heroic from earlier in There are five space themed stories by female creators in this twenty two page issue, making for a slim mixed bag A very short comics story is an unforgiving, difficult form, and most creators have little experience with its demand for extremely compressed

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    Waiting for Mr. Roboto: by Bonnie Burton, Art by Jessica Hickman, Letters by Rachel Deering.This is a cute and fun story about a little alien waitress named Trixie who is bored and "Where's my handsome scoundrel who's supposed to sweep me off my feet and take me out of this dump?"Her robot co-worker hits on her."Maybe your perfect mate is a hard-working, logical and very available co-worker."Trixie explodes."For the last time, Sally, I am NOT robosexual!"But when a handsome, Han-Solo-lookalike w [...]

    I'm a bit biased since I wrote the story "Waiting for Mr. Roboto" but I love that Womanthology is now a regular comic! Plus SPACE is a fun theme for a sci-fi junkie like me!

    Womanthology is a project that was born out of the fact that women are consistently under-represented as creators (and as characters) in the comic book industry. The first volume (Heroic) was the product of an extremely successful kickstarter campaign, and Space is the second book in this woman-created series. All of the included authors/artists are women from a vast array of experiences and talents, including some from the under-18 crowd. Space is not the type of book that one picks up for a lo [...]

    This is an anthology of 19 sci-fi stories by female creators. As ever, it's a mixed bag, and I disliked some stories while I really enjoyed a few others.Highlights include:Scaling Heaven by Alison Ross and Stephanie Ross, Written by Alison Ross, Art by Stephanie Hans, Letters by Rachel Deering: Two female astronauts and their journey to the moon. Yanka by Blair Butler, Art by Alicia Fernandez, Letters by Rachel Deering: The story of the first Soviet woman on the moon. All Cats Are Quantum by Ell [...]

    I liked this anthology. I read it because Bonnie Burton and Kiala Kazebee have stories in them. Generally the stories are short and not all of them make sense because they seem to be a snippet of a day in the life of these characters. "Waiting for Mr. Roboto" was fun and very much what I come to expect from Bonnie Burton based on her input during the Vaginal Fantasy Book group. If you are a cat lover, you may deeply enjoy "All Cats are Quantum." The major language of communication comes from cat [...]

    Though it is nicely-presented, and I was attracted by the idea of giving more female comics creators a voice, I was soundly disappointed with Womanthology. It contains a handful of good stories, but many are simply dire - be it down to the writing, the structure or even the lettering.To its credit, the book does contain some fairly consistently good artwork, but that wasn't enough to distract me from the very piecemeal nature of its stories. Most of these are no more than 4 pages long, which is [...]

    Showcasing a range of talents, styles, stories, and women of all ages, this was a fun read. As with any collection, what you like varies but there's a story coming up quick if you don't like the one you are on. The action-oriented stories were actually the least successful because it is very difficult to tell a short story in comic form and get us to invest in the characters. The stories that went for quirky or clever or touching were my favorites but there's stuff here for everyone.Looking forw [...]

    I read Womanthology: Heroic and Womanthology: Space together, almost as a package, and Space is the better publication of the two, in my opinion. It seems to me that they learned from publishing "Heroic," and managed to put together a cleaner version of their original vision. Some of the writers were adept at spinning a tale in such a small space that each comic is allotted, but others didn't go so well. It's worth a read for the ones that hit the mark, though!

    This is a really great scan of some great sci-fi comic work by women, with stories that will make you laugh and make you think. The only bad thing about this book is that more of the stories haven't been made into full-length graphic novels. I'm thinking particularly "All Cats are Quantum" by Ellise Heiskell and Marta Laiho. I could read a whole series based on that concept and with that quality story/art for sure.

    A nice variety of art and stories, featuring a few different genres (sci-fi mostly, but also some steampunk and slice-of-life). Unfortunately the digital collection (which I read) had some layout problems with the "how-to" and historical sections near the end, where the last sentences of each page would mysteriously cut off/remain unfinished.

    A nice mix of story themes and artwork styles. For several stories I felt the plot wasn't as strong, or could have used a couple more pages to be developed more fully, but the gorgeous artwork more than made up for it.

    A few gems amongst some very average rocks. There are a couple cute, unique, inspiring shorts in here, and some fantastic art, but overall it is simply lackluster. But. Come on. "Quantum Cats." Need I say more?

    Anthologies are always difficult to rate because I feel differently about each story. Briefly, I really enjoyed some stories and I didn't think any story was terrible. So I give this book 4 stars as a sort of "middle ground."

    I enjoyed a few of the stories. For the most part however, most of the comics needed to be longer and much more fleshed out.

    Kind of a messy anthology, & I guess I misunderstood the premise? I was under the impression that it was by women & about women, but I was only right on the first account - so many of these stories were male-focused, too hetero, or relied too much on gender tropes and clichés, and some parts felt less than professional work. Did particularly enjoy All Cats are Quantum, in which the premise is that all civilized life in the universe has some form of feline, and that they all operate on t [...]

    Womanthology: Space This anthology had beautiful art and fun stories. They all played well into the theme, but they also made it painfully obvious that the theme was very broad. It was fun to jump around within the genre so fast, but I did get a little whiplash doing it. I wish each story had been at least a little longer, though I understand the format constraints. The extra pages of art at the end were amazing.  I Will Return was my favorite. I loved the ethereal nature of it. The Vesta was [...]

    As a comic fan I enjoyed this edition of Womanthology more than the first one. The artwork was cleaner, and there were fewer stories, which led the book to be cleaner imo. I love the project - to promote women in the industry - and I really enjoyed the under 18 artwork gallery.

    Great Read with Strong Women Characters!Loved the art on most of the stories. The stories were great! I wish that some would develop into a full comic!

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