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Girlamatic

Girlamatic, published by Joey Manley, was a member of the Modern Tales family of subscription-based webcomics anthology sites. Girlamatic published comics with particular appeal for young women. The site launched on March 31, 2003 with Lea Hernandez as original editor, followed by Lisa R. Jonté, then Diana Cameron McQueen in 2009 [1]. The site announced it was closing its operations in 2013, but its archive remains online and several comics continue to update. The final editorial update was on April 24, 2012.

Comics on Girlamatic

Note: List includes completed, paused, and departed series.

References

  • Slayter, Mary Ellen (December 12, 2004). "A Shrinking Drawing Board for Cartoonists". The Washington Post, p. K01.
  • Smith, Andrew (April 20, 2003). "Comics king has earned right to fun with stripper, reality TV". The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN), p. F3.
  • Wolk, Douglas (November 1, 2004). "Web Comics Send Readers Looking for Books". Publishers Weekly, p. 15.
  • McQueen, Diana (April 24, 2012). "Never Give Up, Never Surrender". Girlamatic, home page


External links

  • Modern Tales
  • Girlamatic
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