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My friend Mey was like Gabby, ‘Don’t try to write a superhero comic book. Put all the joy and excitement and energy and quirkiness that you did with Juliet and bring it to America.’ So what song does she listen to when she wakes up in the morning? GR: "What I noticed when I was reading the villain] Loki wanted her to do this or that; the fight wasn’t hers.She was treated like a member of the team, but I always wondered what’s in it for her?I heard good things about Gabby and eventually checked out her book, Juliet Takes A Breath."Gabby Rivera: "I work at an LGBTQ non-profit called GLSEN as a youth programs manager. And I was like, And the office is all quiet, everyone’s just like click-clacking away and I just left and I called my mom and I was like “Mom!! And that universe can be pretty convoluted: alternate dimensions, competing superhero teams. GR: "Will and Charles [Beacham, assistant editor on to read and catch up on, and to get a sense of what has been written about America.What I also found really helpful was that there’s a huge queer women and trans women comic book online community.So my thinking for this new book is that she’s finally asking herself that question: What’s in it for me? What I want is to go to college and I want to start over, and I want to learn about myself and do this for myself.And so that is the big thing that I was thinking about.
Just like rad classes that I would want to take in the university of my dreams."WM: "She can travel to alternate universes — so there’s our earth, and then she can go to alternate versions of different earths.
What’s more American than trying to go to college and trying to find yourself?
"So America is gonna be going to class, but her class will be in Earth-616 [the main Marvel universe] and then she’ll also go to other dimensions.
And when her moms left, America took this chance to venture out but now she can’t get back. What did the title mean to you now, after the election? I was so scared of who I was that I would go into lesbian AOL chat rooms and be like, ‘The lord hates you.’ And then this one Lesbian from a chat room wrote me back and was like, ‘Let’s talk; are you okay? I want to understand you.' And that was the first person that made that connection with me. And it put me on the path to find out who I am and why I was channeling my frustrations that way."WM: "There’s also a little bit of trollness in the threat that [the character] America has to face in this first arc. So that leads to America having to step up and use her new powers to face this new threat."How about the art? She’s got her own sense of fashion, and that’s gonna continue in this book for sure."We’ve got an amazing artist on this book whose name is Joe Quinones, and he can draw pretty much anything. He just has a way with people of all types."Will women of other shapes and sizes be represented? Our bodies’ shapes and sizes vary, and are equally supported by the community and equally loved.
She’s been cut off."GR: "And that’s another element too, like where are my moms? GR: "I am still learning how to navigate this world, but to not include elements and emotions of what is going on would be a huge missed opportunity on my part — on our part. Over the years there’s been an effort to make comic book art more female friendly — less tits and ass. All his drawings have a lot of personality and character to it.
So she’s going to the same college but alternate versions of it to take all these wide variety of classes to get a big broad experience."GR: "America doesn’t know how powerful she is, but she’s gonna find out.