CHICAGO Retailer To Celebrate Women's Comics Month

Women's Comics Month
Credit: Challengers Comics + Conversation

Press Release

Award-Winning Chicago comic retailer Challengers Comics + Conversation launched an ambitious plan to highlight local female and non-binary artists in daily tabling events to commemorate Women’s History Month. From horror to heroes, from established artists to comic-related art, the talent Challengers has put together allows for comic fans of all ages a great chance to find something new to love.  New creators are being added regularly so make sure and check out https://womenscomicsmonth.com to see the latest additions. Creators can email challengers@challengerscomics.com to participate. Challengers Comics + Conversation is located at 1845 N Western Ave in the Bucktown neighborhood. Swing by and celebrate Women’s Comics Month!

The current schedule is as follows:

Thu Mar 02: Chloë Perkis, 11am-7pm

Fri Mar 03: Bianca Xunise, 3pm-7pm

Sat Mar 04: Lauren Burke / Monica Ras, 11am-5pm

Sun Mar 05: Amber Huff, 11am-5pm

Mon Mar 06: Rosie Accola, 11am-5pm

Wed Mar 08: Isabella’s Crafts, 5:30pm-7pm

Thu Mar 09: Sara Kloskowski, 3pm-7pm

Fri Mar 10: Marie Enger, 2pm-7pm

Sat Mar 11: Andrea Bell, 11am-5pm

Sun Mar 12: Rebecca Rothschild,

Tue Mar 14: Natalie Andrews, 2pm-5pm / Isabella’s Crafts, 5:30pm-7pm

Wed Mar 15: Kat Leyh, 5pm-7pm

Thu Mar 16: Stephanie Mided, 2pm-7pm

Fri Mar 17: Ashley Riot, 11am-5pm

Sat Mar 18: Amy Peltz, 11am-5pm

Sun Mar 19: Sheika Lugtu / The Ladydrawers 11am-5pm

Tue Mar 21: Sage Coffey, 11am-7pm

Wed Mar 22: Isabella’s Crafts, 5:30pm-7pm

Thu Mar 23: Vickie Perez-Segovia (Vixtopher) 11am-7pm

Fri Mar 24: Yewon Kwon, 5pm-7pm

Sat Mar 25: Cathy Hannah, 11am-5pm

Sun Mar 26: Corinne Halbert, 12pm-3pm

Tue Mar 28: Leila Abdelrazaq, 11am-5pm

Wed Mar 29: Isabella Rotman, 11am-7pm

Thu Mar 30: Delia Jean,

Fri Mar 31: Caroline Picard, 5pm-7pm

Co-owner Patrick Brower commented, “The graphic novel market is changing quickly.  50% of our customers are female and growing. Some of the most groundbreaking titles and pivotal characters are coming from female creators and our world is better for it.”

Twitter activity