BY Emma Tilden
on Jun 27, 2014
Super-Mom/action figure designer duo Julie Kerwin and Dawn Nadeau saw a problem: the hyper-sexualized asses, the enormous breasts, and the impossibly tiny waists of female action figures.
“There are female action figures,” Nadeau explains, “but they’re designed for the adult male collector population,” explains Nadeau. Children’s toys should celebrate more than just a woman’s body! (Particularly if by “celebrate” we mean “hold up as a sex-object. Read More
BY Narciso Espiritu
on Oct 11, 2013
October means only one thing: (no, this isn't about your Pumpkin Spice Latte) it's time for New York Comic Con! The 4-day event is overflowing with the most glorious in geekdom: comics, video games, cosplay, panels, long lines and, of course, even longer lines.
One of the first panels of this Eastern media mecca was “LGBT and Allies in Comics” presented by New York Times OUT and Geeks Out. Read More