Friends of Lulu presents a night of Minx at MoCCA next week.

DC Comics has created a brave, brand-new world for teenage girls, and on Monday, July 9, the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art and Friends of Lulu present the editors and creators of Minx, who will talk about their exciting, innovative and decidedly girl-centric line of graphic novels.

Including The Plain Janes, The Re-Gifters, Good as Lily and Clubbing, the line, which launched in May, features established and new talent, who present manga-inspired stories that entertain while pushing a few traditional envelopes. The diverse characters range from The Plain Janes’ lively, covert art gang to Clubbing’s Charlotte, a spoiled London clubgoer who finds herself banished from the nightlife world.

The event’s group of panelists tentatively includes Karen Berger, senior vice president of DC Comics, DC marketing director Gayley Carillo, DC vice president of marketing John Cunningham and DC director of publicity David Hyde. The moderator will be Minx editor Shelly Bond, and the panel begins at 7 p.m. Admission is free to this Women & Comics/MoCCA Mondays event, which is sponsored by Friends of Lulu’s New York chapter and will feature a Q&A session with the audience.

Friends of Lulu is a not-for-profit organization which brings more women and girls into comic books as professionals and readers. The organization’s national Web site is, and the New York chapter, the most active FoL chapter, is based at

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