Meet a Black woman creator who started her own diverse comic book company

PIX11 Morning News

The comic book biz is a billion-dollar industry, but it hasn’t always been as inclusive as it should be for women, both in creators and characters – especially women of color.

Artist and writer Jazmin Truesdale set out to change that by creating AZA Comics, her own comic book company.

AZA Comics features diverse comic series that feature strong women of all different colors, shapes and backgrounds.

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