Example Work I.

Part I. by china women’s film festival

We collectively developed the first heroine for our comic event. Princess Su – the first female monarch of the Qing Dynasty.

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Part II. by Fiona Staples

She is the artist and co-creator of the bestselling comic series, Saga, written by Brian K. Vaughan. She also works as a film director and an advocate for women rights. Ms. Staples has envisioned one of our main characters of the story Princess Su and turned her into the strong empowered figure.

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Example Work II.

part I. by Maria Gabriela Zoana

She is a Romanian politician and member of the European Parliament where she is a member of the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality. Ms. Zoana has created a character who is open-minded, brave and intelligent. She is a feminist, and believes that women should pursue their own career and fulfill their dreams.

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Part II. by Liza Donnelly

She a writer and award-winning cartoonist with The New Yorker Magazine, where she has been drawing cartoons about culture and politics for over thirty years. She is also the resident cartoonist for CBS News. Ms. Donnelly has made professional corrections to Ms. Zoana’s drawing and envisioned the character that she had developed.

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Example Work III.

Part I. By Christine Willes

She is one of Vancouver’s top actresses and the founder and current chair of the UBCP/ACTRA Women’s Committee. As a labor activist, Ms. Willes has focused on the role of unions, rather than creating one heroine. She shows how a group of young females, each having different strong characteristic features can achieve amazing results by working together.

Part II. By Bettina Egger

She is a graphic novelist and researcher. She has published eight graphic novels on various topics and she has a special interest in non-fiction and documentary style comics with works like a travelogue on the Trans Siberian Railway. Ms. Egger illustrated the story-line Ms Willes has developed.

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Example Work IV.

Part I. by Aistė Diržiūtė

Aistė Diržiūtė is a Lithuanian actress best known for her role as Austė in The Summer of Sangaile (Lithuanian: Sangailė or Sangailės Vasara). Diržiūtė is also a feminist, with strong opinion. She focuses on Character who is anxious about the past, present and future whilst trying to live up to expectations of others as well as her self.

Part II.Dan Goldman

Dan Goldman - the creator of critically acclaimed works such as Shooting War, Red Light Properties and the Priya's Shakti series. Whilst the girl acknowledges her mothers suffering as a housewife, she manages to gather the courage to be free ,to be the bird in the wind.

Example Work VI

Part I. by Jen Sorensen

Jen Sorensen - nationally-published political cartoonist and the recipient of the 2014 Herblock Prize and a 2013 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award.