At Gangly Sister, we’ve never hidden our geekiness, but we still get asked: “Why comic books?” or even “Do people still buy comic books?” In fact, when someone told us that was our real market, we thought the same thing. But the numbers are astonishing. Comic books have growing year-on-year sales consistently. And digital comics…Details
I get as misty-eyed as the next person watching the Dove Selfie video, but when I stopped and thought about it, I realized it’s only one step up from telling girls they have to be beautiful in the first place. I’m taking a coursera course with Dan Ariely. In the first video, Professor Arieli explains that, as you…Details
Some people have implied that Nine looks suspiciously like our CEO, but that’s, of course, ridiculous. She acts a bit like Rebecca, in that she’s somewhat oblivious to what other people think of her behavior, but I didn’t write the scripts, so that has absolutely nothing to do with me. With Nine, we wanted to…Details
When we created Purple, obviously, we wanted to create a person of color, but we didn’t want to pin her down ethnically as to whether she was of Asian, African or maybe even South American descent. I spent a lot of time studying different ethnic facial structures, and I think we’ve come up with a…Details
Purple and Nine™ is an upcoming 3D animated series that will get girls interested in science and technology (STEM fields for women). Today’s video interviews the actresses about the characters Purple and Nine. Who are Purple and Nine™? Hi. I’m Rebecca Rachmany, co-founder and CEO of Gangly Sister. We’ll be coming out with a pilot…Details
We asked girls what they want for 2014 and they answered. Just take a look! Thanks to everyone who participated in this project!