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Howe suggests that some new readers have been drawn into the Marvel universe by the onslaught of blockbuster movies. Wilson notes the growing number of female retailers. But they agree that the biggest factor is the internet. Twitter, Tumblr and websites such as Comics Alliance and The Mary Sue, have enabled a more inclusive form of comic book fandom. All the female-led books sell better in digital format than in print.

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Howe suggests that some new readers have been drawn into the Marvel universe by the onslaught of blockbuster movies. Wilson notes the growin...
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Dear Gentlemen of Comics...Can We Talk?
  Laying my sword down for a second. You’re safe here. I’m not going to hack you to pieces. For the moment, at least. (See? That’s a joke. I’m normal just like you. I make jokes too.) But I warn you, this is probably not something you want to hear. Don’t be scared though. It’s okay. Just stick a...