24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Dre Grigoropol


Dre Grigoropol has contributed to several anthologies and ‘zines, and works as an illustrator, cartoonist, and blogger. Her blogging work can often be seen addressing feminism and pop culture topics at Bust Magazine. Her latest long term project, DEE’S DREAM (pictured above) features the bohemian life of a young poet and rocker, and in particular […]


24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Danielle Corsetto


The creator of Girls With Slingshots, Danielle Corsetto has proven to be a survivor of this whole ‘internet web comics” business thingy. Having now been running for almost a decade, Corsetto’s strip has grown rapidly, moving from a twice weekly black-and-white series to a now daily, full colour story. With a great sense of humour […]


24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Michelle Czajkowski


Michelle Czajkowski is sort of a big deal on deviantart. Michelle started her weekly webcomic “Ava’s Demon” in 2012, and is currently at page 392. She seems to keep her personal life private and lets her art tell you all you need to know. This is the only photograph I can find of Michelle:


24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Corinne Mucha


If you’ve been following my haphazard writing at all, you know of my love for Corinne Mucha, aka the undisputed Queen of Mini-Comics. Mucha has only one (that’s recent- her other, My Alaskan Summer is, I believe, out of print) longer format ‘graphic novel’ to her name (Freshman Tales of 9th Grade Obsessions  Revelations and Other […]


24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Lala Albert


I’ve mentioned Lala Albert here before but she continues to fascinate with her disturbing but compelling mythology of three eyed women. Much concerned with myth and alien life, her work can be seen in Vice and on her website. Her day job involves designing textiles such as this. Alvert is interviwed at Berserker Magazin I […]


24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Colleen Coover


Currently working on Monkeybrain’s Bandette series with Paul Tobin, Colleen Coover possesses the cleanest linework of any artist possibly ever seen. Well known for her breakthrough work on Small Favors, Coover works very often with members of Periscope Studios, most notably Tobin and Jeff Parker – with whom she worked on a series of stories […]


24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Jennifer Hayden


Jennifer Hayden writes and draws her own comics as well as working as an illustrator, and her work appears both in webcomic form and in print. Her first full length book, UNDERWIRE, about her life experiences and family, is already out from Top Shelf, but she’s spent the past winter working relentlessly on a second […]


24 Hours of Women Cartoonists: Helen Hokinson


Women’s History month is wrapping up, but we at The Beat don’t feel we celebrated it properly, so for the next 24 hours most of the Beat staff is collaborating on “24 Hours of Women Cartoonists” to spotlight some of our favorite creators.