Noelle Stevenson, creator, showrunner and executive producer of the hugely popular Netflix original series, DreamWorks Animation’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, announced his latest project, the launch of a sub-stack titled “I’m fine, I’m fine, just get it”.
Using her work to modernize and humanize female characters through stories that both resonate with a new generation of fans and embrace contemporary sensibilities regarding empowerment of women and LGBT people, Stevenson was looking for a new platform to publish while keeping control over autobiographical comics and personal anecdotes shared. She now joins a growing group of big media figures, filmmakers and writers who are taking more ownership and control of their content by moving to the Substack platform.
Unlike social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram, Substack provides a publishing, payment, analytics, and design infrastructure to support subscription newsletters. Content creators can send digital newsletters directly to subscribers without wide dissemination on general social media. Stevenson will provide premium subscribers with access to additional comics that reflect more personal / sensitive topics.
Having found his new “Home” on Substack, Stevenson will be releasing two comics per week and answering frequently received questions about the animation and comic book industry. We’re (hopefully?) Guessing Stevenson will use her immense talent and unique voice, now on Substack, to continue her empowering messages for women.
Check out “I’m fine, I’m fine, just get it” and sign up here.