I'm look for some recommendations for women-centered comix.
Let me clarify: by women centered, what I mean is
- Written by women
- Drawn by women
- About women
For example, I LOVED Fun Home. I also enjoyed Persepolis (although that french style is less my thing, but I did still like it). I also liked "Te quise como solo se quiere a los cabrones", but it is written by a woman and drawn by a man. You can tell. The male gaze is all over the place. I'm about to start Chico & Rita, but again, male artist who drew it and you can tell in the pages that I've leafed through.
(Also, any autoras españolas sería bastante guay!)
So, can anyone make any recommendations for me? The comic shops in my city have not been helpful (along the lines of "Have you read Wonder Woman?"), but I've been informed that the Spanish comic scene is still very young and with few women.
A warm pre-thanks to any answers!
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