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Girlamatic, published by Joey Manley, was a member of the Modern Tales family of subscription-based webcomics "magazines". Girlamatic published comics with a particular appeal for young adult women by both female and male creators. The site launched on March 31, 2003 with Lea Hernandez as its original editor; Lisa Jonté became the site's new editor on October 1, 2005.

The site was redesigned and relauched with a new business model in 2009 under editor Diana McQueen.[1] After a hiatus from July 2011[2][3] to April 2012[4], McQueen promised new content. However, after Joey Manley's death in November 2013, the site announced it would officially be closing its operations. Extant webcomics continued to be updated by their creators through November 2015,[5] and the domain name expired as of September 2016.[6]

ComicsEdit

Comics that had at least part of their run on Girlamatic:

Legacy Edit

Cartoonist Sam Orchard posted a three-part tribute to Girlamatic on his site, Rooster Tails, between August 16th and 31st, 2016.[7]

External Links Edit

SourcesEdit

  1. Unbound: Rethinking Girlamatic, Comic Book Resources, 28 July 2009
  2. 17 July 2011 archived snapshot Wayback Machine, http://archive.org
  3. @girlamatic: 9:12 AM - 4 Jul 2011
  4. McQueen, Diana. "Never Give Up. Never Surrender!" (archive.org), Girlamatic.com. Published 24 Apr 2012. Archived 27 Apr 2016.
  5. Archived "All Comics" page (archive.org), 11 Jan 2016.
  6. Last archived homepage (archive.org), 21 Aug 2016.
  7. "Girlamatic Part One", "Part Two", "Part Three", Rooster Tails. Published 16-31 Aug 2016. Accessed 7 Feb 2018.
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