Email: studioagirl at gmail.com
Websites: www.a-girlstudio.com, www.elizabethscharmschool.com, www.a-girlworld.com
Bio: Elizabeth Watasin is currently transitioning (AGAIN, deja vu!) from full time Disney animator to full time Creator. With The Princess & the Frog in the can (and then some), Elizabeth is looking towards the Web and its possibilities for sharing her Stories.
Her comic book is Charm School, published by SLG Publishing, about a teen witch, Bunny, her girlfriend the vampire biker Dean, and the dilemma of a drop-dead gorgeous faerie named Fairer Than who comes between them. Their adventures will continue in an online Story Book format at A-Girl Studio.
and More: Elizabeth is looking forward to debuting her first YA Novel in 2010, an urban fantasy Adventure, so stay tuned and visit Elizabeth Likes... Airships for the latest!
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RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
SAN DIEGO COMIC CON 2014 PANELS DETAILS!
[News, Posted 7/2/14]
Here are the details of the panels that PRISM is sponsoring at this year's SDCC: Breaking Barriers: Transgender Trends In Popular Culture, LGBT Geek Year In Review, LGBT Comics For Young Readers, Queer Horror, Gays In Comics XXVII: It's A Queer, Queer World! & Gays In Comics XXVII: Prism Comics Mixer And Auction.
Some panelists are subject to change.
CHARM SCHOOL DROP OUT
[Color Commentary, Posted 10/3/11]
Here’s a story, that’s sad to tell, about a magical witch ne’er do well. The most mixed up lipstick lesbian on the block. Her future is unclear now. What’s a perplexed witch to do now? Buy the trade and see her smile (and do little else).
La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la.
Elizabeth Watasin’s “Charm School, Book One: Magical Witch Girl Bunny” is a lesbian love triangle between a witch, a vampire and a Faerie. The beautiful witch, Bunny, a blonde bombshell, can’t chose…
PRISM COMICS JOINS IN THE CELEBRATION
[News, Posted 5/17/04]
The cover to the latest edition of PRISM COMICS: YOUR LGBT GUIDE TO COMICS was unveiled today, with a stunning cover by fan favorite Joe Phillips celebrating the joy of marriage. The resource guide, published annually by the nonprofit advocacy group of the same name, will be unveiled this July at Comic Con International in San Diego.
Last year, the volunteers at Prism Comics produced their first annual resource guide to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics. The 48-page comic…
PRISM COMICS DEBUTS IN SAN DIEGO
[News, Posted 7/3/03]
Prism Comics announced further details today about the nonprofit organization's debut at Comic-Con International this month. The premier advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) creators in the comics industry, Prism Comics will have a double-sized booth stocked with comics by LGBT creators for sale, autograph sessions all four days of the convention by LGBT and LGBT-friendly creators, Prism Comics merchandise, and a few surprises to come.
"It's often said that 'we…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
24-YEAR HISTORY OF THE GAYS IN COMICS AND PRISM PANELS
[Source: AndyMangels.com, Added: 7/26/11]
Look below for a history of the incredible legacy of the Gays In Comics panels, and the PRISM Comics panels that were birthed from them! All 24 Gays In Comics panels have been moderated by...