Diane Noomin is the creator of Didi Glitz, the bubble-haired, fishnet-clad broad from Brooklyn, and the editor of the Twisted Sisters anthologies of women cartoonists. One of the original contributors to Wimmen's Comix, she created the first Twisted Sisters Comix with Aline Kominsky Crumb in 1976. Noomin has also been published in Arcade, Titters, El Perfecto ( benefit comic for Tim Leary) Weirdo, Choices, Young Lust, Lemme Outta Here, Strip Aids-USA,Twisted Sisters -An Anthology of Bad Girl Art, Twisted Sisters: Drawing the Line, The New Comix Anthology, Real Girl, Dangerous Drawings, Mind Riot:Coming of Age in Comics, True Glitz and The Nation.

Noomin attended the High School of Music and Art, Brooklyn College and Pratt Institute.

In 1981 she collaborated with a San Francisco based, women's theater group to produce a musical comedy ( "I'd Rather Be Doing Something Else- The DiDi Glitz Story" based on her comics. Noomin designed all the costumes and scenery recruited many Bay Area based cartoonists(-including Kim Deitch, Paul Mavrides and Bill Griffith) to help paint scenery.. Favorite reviw:" DiDi sticks to you like hairspray!" -Bay Area Reporter

A cabaret version of the show, called "Anarchy in High Heels" , was performed at the Westbeth Theater in NYC.

Noomin has shown at the Upper Market Street Gallery, San Francisco, the Michael Himovitz Gallery, in Sacremento, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, in Los Angeles,The San Francisco Art Commission Gallery, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Cartoon Art, Rye Brook, NY, Exit Art, New York, The Drawing Center, NYC, The ProArts Gallery, Oakland, S.K. Josefsburg Gallery, Portland, The Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, in the From Zap to Zippy show, the Broad Humor show and the Twisted Sisters show, which she curated . She also curated and exhibited work in the Twisted Sisters exhibit at White Columns Gallery in NYC.

In 1995 Noomin won an Eisner award.