Feminism Underground: The Comics Rhetoric of Lee Marrs and Roberta Gregory

@article{Galvan2015FeminismUT,
  title={Feminism Underground: The Comics Rhetoric of Lee Marrs and Roberta Gregory},
  author={Margaret Galvan},
  journal={WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly},
  year={2015},
  volume={43},
  pages={203 - 222}
}
  • Margaret Galvan
  • Published 1 October 2015
  • Biology
  • WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly
Introduction: Challenging Forms and RhetoricOn the cover of the inaugural issue of Ms. magazine, a larger-than-life Wonder Woman works to simultaneously tackle domestic and international issues while uncertainly striding forward under the affirmative text: "Wonder Woman for President" (Anderson 1972). While Ms. embraced Wonder Woman as a role model, the feminist movement did not so easily support the comics medium that Wonder Woman called home. In fact, a cover of Ms. in the following year… 
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