'It's so obvious': Canadian artists weigh in on Grand Prix D'Angoulême sexism 'debacle'
When Montreal illustrator Julie Delporte saw the nominee list for this year’s Grand Prix D’Angoulême — one of the most prestigious lifetime achievement awards in the comic book world — she was incredulous. The previous year’s list was short on female nominees, so Delporte had hoped the prize would take an opportunity to be more inclusive. She was wrong: this year’s list was exclusively male.
We asked Canadian artists whether the comics-prize sexism controversy reflects their experience
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