Robbins' hard-to-find classic, the drug-fueled, tragic story of early-1900s actress Billy Carleton, is coming back into print.
The editor talks with ROBOT 6 about his new publishing imprint, and his devotion to bringing classic comics back into print as graphic novels.
Trina Robbins' new book is a celebration of four great women who spun tales of female heroes battling the Axis powers during WWII.
Some of the most celebrated women in comics discuss gender parity in the industry, and overcoming tokenism, while offering advice for aspiring female creators.
Comic historian Trina Robbins discusses her new definitive history of women in comics, "Pretty In Ink: North American Women Cartoonists 1896-2013."
During Women's History Month CBR speaks with female comics creators past and present about the industry; this week, Joyce Farmer and Trina Robbins discuss the underground comix movement.
This week: in memory of underground comics, with who should be remembered and how; an apology; what really happened at the Little Big Horn, anyway? ; nations against freedom, and none of them are the USA for a change; and tons of brief notes.