Black women in sequence re inking comics graphic novels and anime deborah elizabeth whaley highlighting the contributions of black women in the genres of comics graphic novels and anime mark whaley reminds us that imaginary realms are full fledged social worlds graphic novels comics and anime are halls of mirrors kaleidoscopes . Black women in sequence re inking comics graphic novels and anime by deborah elizabeth whaley review sarah holland science fiction film and television volume 11 issue 1 spring 2018 pp. Black women in sequence takes readers on a search for women of african descent in comics subculture from the 1971 appearance of the skywald publications character the butterfly the first black female superheroine in a comic book to contemporary comic books graphic novels film manga and . Deborah elizabeth whaleys newest publication black women in sequence re inking comics graphic novels and anime aims to enter this debate with a frank discussion of black womens roles in sequential art opening with a claim to explain why women of african descent as sequential subjects should and do matter to the comic book world 12 . Her latest book black women in sequence re inking comics graphic novels and anime examines how african african american and multi ethnic women are represented in sequential art including graphic novels comics video games and animation and how they influence the production of these mediums
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