Woman World: How Aminder Dhaliwal's hit web comic helped her find her voice
Aminder Dhaliwal is a Canadian cartoonist and animator with an enviable resumé. She's worked for Nickelodeon, the Cartoon Network and Disney, but about a year ago she had a crisis of confidence. Wondering if she was still good at her job, Dhaliwal decided to take some time to refocus.
She created an online comic, just for the fun of it, called Woman World. It takes you to a planet where men are extinct and women are trying to adapt to this new reality. Woman World was just a cheeky side project for Dhaliwal, until it became really popular and earned her a huge online following. She released it as a graphic novel, and now, that book is up for an Ignatz Award.
Today, Dhaliwal joins guest host Ali Hassan from a studio in Burbank, California to talk about what it's like to have a playful passion project turn into a professional venture.
Listen to the full conversation with Aminder Dhaliwal near the top of this page.
— Produced by Vanessa Greco
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