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— 16 hours ago with 9 notes
Talking with Creators at the Small Press Expo →

mixtapecomics:

I had a chance to do a brief interview with Andy Wolverton at SPX this weekend. I haven’t had a chance to listen to the podcast yet (since I’m still flying home) but I hope it turned out kind of cool. I’m so pleased to be featured alongside some of my favourite creators from SPX.

— 19 hours ago with 10 notes

worldoflis:

girldwarf:

Deconstructing Masculinity & Manhood with Michael Kimmel @ Dartmouth College

YAAAAEEESSSSSSS

You know what I like, and feel is so important? That he doesn’t say “Men thinks those are THEIR positions”. He says “We think those are OUR positions.”

As a male feminist, he still doesn’t exclude himself from the group of men.

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— 20 hours ago with 69717 notes

heyanniemok:

We posted the third and last part of “Shadow Manifesto” on ZEAL. It’s nine pages and deals with street harassment, navigating consent, abuse, and video games. I’m very proud of it and I hope you like it, though it may be a difficult read.

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— 20 hours ago with 74 notes
jentong:

Regram from @joel_alter Blown away by the quality of Nemo in Slumberland tribute book by Locust Moon Comics! Saw my page for the 1st time this weekend. #SPX

jentong:

Regram from @joel_alter Blown away by the quality of Nemo in Slumberland tribute book by Locust Moon Comics! Saw my page for the 1st time this weekend. #SPX

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— 21 hours ago with 47 notes

mixtapecomics:

SPX countdown: T-minus 30 minutes! Come find me at L9 with Frankie Comics and the new Subcultures anthology!

— 2 days ago with 40 notes
silversprocket:


There’s a certain gritty, self-deprecating vibe to the characters in Lauren Monger’s comics; her main character is Clementine, a punk rock opossum, and the rest of the ensemble includes characters that are equally angst-y and heartwarming, all at once, with bonus points for animal faces. In addition to themes of class, mental illness, and finding your way through the shitstorm that is life, these comics sort of smack you in the face in the best kind of way with their raw presentation and straightforward and vulnerable subject matter, while still managing to be funny and surreally weird slash strangely uplifting.
Read on to find out what inspires L. Mo, how she started making comics, and what other kinds of art she dabbles in.
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silversprocket:

There’s a certain gritty, self-deprecating vibe to the characters in Lauren Monger’s comics; her main character is Clementine, a punk rock opossum, and the rest of the ensemble includes characters that are equally angst-y and heartwarming, all at once, with bonus points for animal faces. In addition to themes of class, mental illness, and finding your way through the shitstorm that is life, these comics sort of smack you in the face in the best kind of way with their raw presentation and straightforward and vulnerable subject matter, while still managing to be funny and surreally weird slash strangely uplifting.

Read on to find out what inspires L. Mo, how she started making comics, and what other kinds of art she dabbles in.

Read More

— 3 days ago with 733 notes
staff:

Incredible work, everyone. These numbers are huge.
How huge? With 10,000 sites participating in yesterday’s net neutrality effort, a total of 304,993 calls got made. You made nearly half of them. Bravo. 
Also…which one of you made that 61 minute call? What’d you guys talk about? 
The fight isn’t over, by the way. You can follow themediafix and demand-progress to keep up with everything that happens from now until the FCC votes. 

staff:

Incredible work, everyone. These numbers are huge.

How huge? With 10,000 sites participating in yesterday’s net neutrality effort, a total of 304,993 calls got made. You made nearly half of them. Bravo. 

Also…which one of you made that 61 minute call? What’d you guys talk about? 

The fight isn’t over, by the way. You can follow themediafix and demand-progress to keep up with everything that happens from now until the FCC votes. 

— 4 days ago with 10446 notes
belchvillevt:

Sorry for the lack of updates for such a long time, guys!! I have some news for you!If you’ve discovered Belchville through SPX, then WELCOME! I’ll be posting more Belchville here soon.For those of you waiting for more Belchville - I’ve stopped updating for a couple of reasons. The biggest reason is because Joyana of Maple Key Comics asked me to submit a three-part Belchville story to Maple Key #4! Since I’ll be including the first part of the first issue in Maple Key, I’ve decided to stop updates until that issue of Maple Key is out. The second reason is that I decided to work on Belchville for my thesis at The Center for Cartoon Studies! I’m working on the second issue now and am hoping to have it ready to debut at MICE in October.Since, as I’m writing this, SPX hasn’t happened yet… Come see me and fellow Schulz Librarian reillyhadden at The Center for Cartoon Studies table, L8! I’ll have copies of Belchville #1, for ya’ll!See you soon!![ comment ]

belchvillevt:

Sorry for the lack of updates for such a long time, guys!! I have some news for you!

If you’ve discovered Belchville through SPX, then WELCOME! I’ll be posting more Belchville here soon.

For those of you waiting for more Belchville - I’ve stopped updating for a couple of reasons. The biggest reason is because Joyana of Maple Key Comics asked me to submit a three-part Belchville story to Maple Key #4! Since I’ll be including the first part of the first issue in Maple Key, I’ve decided to stop updates until that issue of Maple Key is out. 

The second reason is that I decided to work on Belchville for my thesis at The Center for Cartoon Studies! I’m working on the second issue now and am hoping to have it ready to debut at MICE in October.

Since, as I’m writing this, SPX hasn’t happened yet… Come see me and fellow Schulz Librarian reillyhadden at The Center for Cartoon Studies table, L8! I’ll have copies of Belchville #1, for ya’ll!



See you soon!!

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— 4 days ago with 6 notes

hicandhoc:

Stuff I’m bringing to SPX that you maybe haven’t seen before, part II:

The perfect-bound edition of Alabaster’s beautiful Mimi & the Wolves Act I.  In case you missed the handmade edition, or you’re a completist that knows that you can’t live without both.  Also available at the Hic & Hoc store

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— 4 days ago with 41 notes