Welcome to our world! Emet Comics was founded in 2015 to empower female storytellers and artists. We believe that 50% of all the creators in comics, film, and television should be women. We believe that more women creating their own stories, will lead to more women up on the screen, and more women out in the world pursuing their dreams. Most importantly, we believe in putting our money where our mouth is, so we are financing comics and graphic novels by female creators. We invite you to explore, to check out our comics, and to stop by at conventions to meet us and our creators.
FEATURES JUL. 7 2016
She Makes Comics is a documentary that explores the history of women in comics and features juggernauts like Kelly Sue DeConnick and Shelly Bond. She gave us insights about the film, her creative process, and what she learned through making the film about being a woman in the comics world.
SPOTLIGHT JUL. 6 2016
Support your local magical girl gang by reading Jade Street Protection Services, a new series from Black Mask Studios. Blending action, magic, and detention drama, if you’re a fan of Harry Potter, the Breakfast Club, and Sailor Moon, Jade Street delivers all in one.
FEATURES JUL. 1 2016
Anthologies are a great way to showcase the talents of a many diverse writers and artists working under the same theme or genre. Readers get to indulge in an exciting assortment of stories that all relate somehow, but are different enough that everyone is bound to find something they love.
SPOTLIGHT JUN. 29 2016
Mockingbird, also known as SHIELD agent Barbara “Bobbi” Morse, stars in her first self-titled monthly series from Marvel, where she fights the invisible undead and hones unexpected psychic powers as a side-effect of being injected with experimental serums–typical girly things, right? The book is unabashedly feminist and funny, so check it out.
FEATURES JUN. 28 2016
Advice from Heidi MacDonald, founder of the comics news site Comics Beat and a former editor at DC Comics and Vertigo: “Don’t try to copy other people . . . you have to be the first you and not the second or third or fourth someone else.”
SPOTLIGHT JUN. 22 2016
Bitch Planet, the eighth issue of which releases from Image Comics today, is Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine DeLandro’s loud, proud, middle fingers-up testament to all the Non-Compliant women of the world.
FEATURES JUN. 19 2016
With Father’s Day coming up, we thought it would be a great time to reflect on some of the most awesome dads in comics. A lot of our favorite heroes owe at least part of their heroism to the support of their dads.
FEATURES MAY. 31 2016
It’s not always easy to be a parent in comics, but these women excel at the art of mothering, while also kicking butt and fighting zombies, headhunters, and super-powered villains.
FEATURES MAY. 24 2016
Barbara Randall Kesel is a writer and editor of comic books and an outspoken critic of sexism in the industry. As a part of our series interviewing female comics creators, we asked her a bit about her work in comics from the 80s and beyond.
FEATURES APR. 12 2016
Doing a convention takes a lot of preparation and hard work. Here are 10 small lessons we’ve learned in our first year of doing conventions that we think will help any beginner.
EMET JUN. 28 2016
It’s con season! We’ll be at a few conventions this fall and we’d love for you to be there. Stay tuned to this post or our social media, since we’ll be announcing our booth locations and more convention appearances soon. In the meantime, you can check out the shows and buy tickets.
PAPERCUTZ JUN. 13 2016
“From Melissa and Veronica to the entire editorial and production team, everyone working on this book is going out of their way to create something truly special.”
SOCKCAST MAY. 27 2016
The new SockCast is an insightful interview with illustrator and comic book artist Jenn St-Onge! She gives a lot of good advice for people who are interested in making a living off of their creative stuff.
EMERTAINMENT MONTHLY APR. 29 2016
“Plenty of comic books have dealt with the high school and college years of their protagonists, the awkwardness of puberty and survival through social interactions and proms. But Finding Molly is one of those few in comparison that have depicted that awkward momentafter school.”
COMMON ROOM MAR. 1 2016
Jean Barker is a writer, director, and generally a storyteller. Zana, her first comic, is about a South Africa where Nelson Mandela has been killed and apartheid lives on. Common Room’s review will come soon, don’t wait, get the preview from Emet Comics right now!
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER FEB. 10 2016
Later this month, the second annual Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics will be presented at the Long Beach Comic Expo, celebrating a work promoting diversity in comics either on the page or behind the scenes.