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It is very challenging to get a job as a comic book artist especially if you are female This didnt stop Jill Thompson who had to struggle a bit until she made her mark She made her mark on the comic book industry when she took over one of DC Comics more prominent titles Wonder Woman Jill Thompson who was born and raised in Chicago became a comic artist at a rather early age She had just entered her twenties and she also had little formal art training Once she entered the industry the first comic she worked on was Wonder Woman but the work didnt stop there for Mrs Thompson She quickly took over and became the main artist for that comic After she finished her work there she got a job as the main colors and inks person on the DCVertigo joint comic Sandman Sandman is one of the better comic titles to come out of DC It was written in the later 80s first issue May 88 and continued far on into the 90s It did so while remaining an amazing success Although the comic became banded in some places due to its use of images and stroy lines that were never before seen in a mainstream comic it was able to retain many fans Jill Thompson was wise enough to know that to truly appreciate what Sandman is you have to understand that not everything in this world comes in black and white and that there are many kinds of diversity that people must accept other than simply racial diversity After Jill finished her work on the Sandman comic she had a bit of trouble finding work Luckily with her cheerful attitude and amazing optimism she was somehow able to survive while only doing some work on Invisibles Finals and breif stints on other comics all produced mainly by DC A few years back Jill Thompson broke away from the rest
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