‘She-Ra’ bites off a lot of angst for its audience to chew, while also leaning hard into queer subtext.
With Noelle Stevenson at the helm, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power goes well beyond the borders of the original She-Ra: Princess of Power series.
“You need to continue to learn,” said Glumace. “You got to put the time in.”
You’re 25 years old and you’ve already created a beloved webcomic/graphic novels, helped launch a YA comic that reset gender roles, been a National Book Award finalist, been nominated for Eisner, Harvey and GLAAD awards, and written for Disney’s Wander over Yonder. What on earth do you do next? For Noelle Stevenson, the answer is […]
The How to Train Your Dragons franchise is one of the biggest critical successes in animation from the last decade. Spawning two movies and three seasons of television, the story of a scrawny viking boy and his toothless dragon have captured hearts and minds through screens around the world. Now, film series director Dean DeBlois and Dreamworks’ […]