Posted on July 31, 2022 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The digital age has left its mark on a number of different art forms.
Instead of needing paper and ink to read a book, for example, we can turn to pixels or audio.
The same is proving true of comic books, reports the New York Times.
Web comics have taken off in recent years, and not to the detriment of printed versions, which are still thriving.
Instead, the digital versions are bringing in a different demographic of comic book reader: Gen Z and Millennial women.
Meet these newer comic book fans and creators in the NY Times.
And on a related note — publisher Tidal Wave has an entire series starring women called Female Force, and the latest edition is dedicated to the accomplishments of musician Stevie Nicks.
Female Force: Stevie Nicks is available now in multiple formats.
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