First, let's let Ms. Marvel, aka Kamala Khan, show us how it's done:
— This bear hates Nazi (@ADobsonComics) 28 January 2017
Phil Noto Revises Cover Art In Reaction To Immigration Ban https://t.co/Iwj3TuUDBz pic.twitter.com/pZeX63xE96— Dark Matters (@DarkMattersProj) 29 January 2017
Now, let's let Lady Liberty show the world how she would greet refugees:
— #HeWillNotDivideUs (@HWNDUS) 29 January 2017
My dear friend @TheKeyThief's art is being shared around the world as a call to arms. If you want a printable version for protests DM her!! pic.twitter.com/HFM4HVT3l3— Diya Mishra (@thedimishra) 30 January 2017
— Fem For All 🏳️🌈 (@projectFem4All) 31 January 2017
— Sophie Labelle (@AssignedMale) 28 January 2017
Finished this one for friends over the holidays. Just some dads, being dads and gay and in love and also dads. pic.twitter.com/gzwqLgWokZ— ✨genué ECCC U3✨ (@hrtbrokentweets) 1 February 2017
- The lovely Tina @ As Told By Tina gave us her list of Top Ten Graphic Novels
- Swapna Krishna @ Book Riot wrote an excellent piece about Captain America and the 'should we punch Nazis?' question that challenges the comics world to do better in the modern age.
- Naja Later @ Women Write About Comics also writes an excellent piece on this topic - and points out that Cap has never been a neutral kinda guy.
- Dan Van Winkle @ The Mary Sue wrote about the California council member who was sworn in holding a Captain America shield XD
- Johanna @ Comics Worth Reading gave an informative analysis of the problems with new comics series The Assignment - which appears to be full of misogyny, transmisogyny, and transphobia. This doesn't bode well for the film version, due for release later this year.