Barbara Slate started her comics career in 1976, when she created the character Ms. Liz, who represented the liberated woman. 'Ms. Liz' was featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine as well as other women's magazines such as Working Woman, Self and New Woman. In 1985, Barbara Slate was employed by DC Comics, where she created 'Angel Love', a nine part maxi-series. For Marvel Comics, she created, wrote and drew 'Yuppies From Hell' and its sequels, from 1989 until 1992. She also made the comic 'Makin' Ends Meet' for magazine First For Women in 1994. Since 1991, she has been involved as a writer for 'Barbie', and more recently, she made scripts and drawings for 'Furby' cartoons. Barbara Slate also made the comic 'Violet' and writes for the 'Archie' comics series.
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