After catching quite a bit of flack at San Diego Comic-Con for its lack of female writers, DC Comics is promising to hire more women to write for them.
At Comic-Con in San Diego last month, co-publisher Dan DiDio was asked why the company had gone from 12% to 1% female creators with its “New 52″ relaunch, and was told to “hire women” by a delegate. “Women are half of the world, and a significant percentage of the DC Comics character stable, and yet only 1% of their creators,” said Laura Hudson at Comics Alliance. “And the way that you treat and represent half of the people in your world – and by extension, half of the people in the real world who might potentially buy your books – should be more than a marginal concern.”
After seeing the new outfit for Harley Quinn, I think this move is a must. I mean, seriously? She’s in an undone corset! If I were an opponent, I’d laugh at her for even stepping to me like that. Put your tetas back in, mija!
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