The Daily 202: Meet the women behind the best-selling comic books in 2017

The Daily Caller’s Emily Yoffe brings us this story from The Daily Signal, which is part of the Atlantic Media network of publications.

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This year’s edition features a host of women who have shaped the field of comics in 2017: • Mira Vargas is a writer and artist best known for her work on the DC Comics Super Friends and the Teen Titans.

Vargas, whose credits include Marvel’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix, The Dark Phoenix Saga and the Image Comics series Gotham Academy, was honored with the 2017 DC Comics Women of the Year award.

She also received the DC Writers Guild award, which recognizes the best of the best in comics. 

•Diana Johnson is a comic book editor who has worked at Marvel, DC, Image Comics and Vertigo.

She has worked on issues such as Avengers: Infinity War, Justice League Unlimited and Justice League of America. 

“I’m proud to be part of DC’s team of writers and artists who are shaping comics for our readers,” Johnson said in a statement.

“My work is not only an extension of the characters that I have worked on, it’s an extension in content and tone of my passion for comics.

As I move to a new role, I will continue to expand on what I have created to help make comics for the future.” 

•Jodi Arias is the creator and co-writer of the DC Superhero Girls franchise.

She is best known as the writer of the Batgirl comics and is currently working on Batgirl: Year One. 

TheDC is also honored with a nomination for its best book in 2017 for its new Wonder Woman miniseries.

The title is the latest in a line of titles from DC Comics that have been nominated for the award in 2017. 

DC’s 2018 Wonder Woman books are set to be the first to hit shelves.

The first book to hit the shelves is Wonder Woman #20. 

For the first time in years, DC’s DC Comics line will feature two titles for each of the two most-watched cable networks. 

At least seven comic books will appear in 2018 on Netflix.

DC Comics’ Superman and Batman comics will also appear on the streaming service. 

Superman #20 arrives on Netflix in early 2018. 

Batman #20 will be available on July 28. 

Diana Johnson will be joining the ranks of DC Entertainment’s female creators in 2018, joining artists Erica Henderson and Sarah Schechter on Batman. 

In 2018, DC Comics will debut a brand-new Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Catwoman, Hawkman, Batgirl and Cyborg series.