One of our favorite regular panels of most major conventions, Women of Marvel, returns to Comic-Con International: San Diego. This year's outing will be hosted by Angélique Roché, and include panelists such as senior editor Lauren Bisom, writers Nic Stone (Shuri: A Black Panther Novel) ad Rebecca Roanhorse (Phoenix Song: Echo), and Marvel Entertainment vice president of marketing Jessica Malloy.
Popverse is in attendance for this panel, liveblogging the entire thing in a play-by-play format.
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The panel has started!
We will be getting some free things!
You can only get it at this panel
Women of Marvel has a new website and logo
This will update you all about what's coming next for the women of Marvel
The panelists are being introduced
Lauren came from DC before but loves working at Marvel more
The panel is discussing Moon Girl, which was also discussed at a Marvel panel yesterday.
Ms Marvel Beyond the Limit is great to read if you have never read Ms Marvel before
Preeti Chhiber is one of the biggest Spider-Man fans and is writing a YA book for him.
Following Loki, Mackenzi Lee is writing Gamora & Nebula and Winter Soldier. She loves to write her Marvel villains.
Nic Stone breaks down her postcast - The History of Comics: Black Panther
Nic Stone wants to do more Shuri books after this trilogy.
Stone's favorite volume to write for Shuri is the third book.
The books get to see Shuri as a kid compared to her as a young adult in the comics
Rebecca Roanhorse's first Marvel story was in marvel voices and that was just a prelude to her Echo book
Roanhorse was in the writer's room for the Echo TV show too
Echo is now one of Roanhorse's favorite characters
She also introduced new characters in her Echo book
Roanhorse can't say much about the Crypt of Shadows - all she can say is that there will be werewolves.
The New York Times said vertical web comics will bring young women to comics.
It's Jeff is coming back for a second season in September
Publishing on the editorial side is all about mentorship Lauren said.
There have been less women in comics compared to YA publishing, but there are still women there for mentorship
When you break into the indsutry just know you won't know everything and you'll learn on the fly.
Ready for Q&A!
How do you find hope? Nic Stone says "Creating"
No one is safe from being judged in AXE
An audience member wants to see Kamala Harris show up in a Marvel comics like President Obama in Spider-Man