anthologyadventures:

I am looking to create and publish an anthology about the intersections of transness, intimacy, and bodies. The goal is to create a multifaceted framework through stories and community knowledge that can be a resource for trans people, as well as their sexual and/or romantic partners. Examples of…

pogryzc:

Hey guys, Touching Evil issue four is available for pre-order! If you haven’t read any of the issues before, I’d highly recommend getting the first three as well so you know just what craziness is going on in the newest issue.
If you’d like to pick up a copy, please click right on over here to place an order! Issue four will ship out April 28th. Or, if you’ll be heading on over to C2E2 April 25th-27th, artist and creator Dan Dougherty will have a table in Artist Alley with the comic available for purchase! I’ll also be around on Saturday, wandering the floor as well as sitting at his table for a short while, in case anyone would like to drop by!
C’mon, you know you want in on this craziness! I mean it, this story gets more and more intense the further it goes, it’s wonderful.

pogryzc:

Hey guys, Touching Evil issue four is available for pre-order! If you haven’t read any of the issues before, I’d highly recommend getting the first three as well so you know just what craziness is going on in the newest issue.

If you’d like to pick up a copy, please click right on over here to place an order! Issue four will ship out April 28th. Or, if you’ll be heading on over to C2E2 April 25th-27th, artist and creator Dan Dougherty will have a table in Artist Alley with the comic available for purchase! I’ll also be around on Saturday, wandering the floor as well as sitting at his table for a short while, in case anyone would like to drop by!

C’mon, you know you want in on this craziness! I mean it, this story gets more and more intense the further it goes, it’s wonderful.

A lot of characters are called strong female protagonists when it’s kind of a cipher, and it doesn’t mean what it should mean. Like, a female character will be called a strong female protagonist for crying only a handful of times as opposed to the entire story, when Indiana Jones is not called a strong male protagonist for bullwhipping Nazis and shooting guns at ghosts and stuff. So [our webcomic Strong Female Protagonist] started as an exercise in making a character strong in every sense of the word that we could find, where she’s strong in a literary sense — or so we hope — strong in the sense of conviction and heroism and morality, and then physically, superhumanly strong.

These gracious Ladies’ Night attendees share what #LadiesNightMeans to them. Surely you have your own answer to share? Tell us and be included in our @c2e2 panel!

Creating Community: Hosting Ladies’ Night at Your Local Comic Shop

comixace:

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So yesterday I tweeted this, and there was quite a bit of outcry before during and after…

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - No Straight LinesCurved lines > Straight lines. That’s it.Norm

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - No Straight Lines

Curved lines > Straight lines. That’s it.

Norm

You have less than two weeks to tell us what #LadiesNightMeans to you! With permission, we’ll include your submission in our @c2e2 panel:

Creating Community: Hosting Ladies’ Night at Your Local Comic Shop

amyreeder:

Folks, I’m gonna close down my super-obsolete website in a couple days. So if you wanna take a walk down memory lane, or jot down the tutorials there, or see what my old stuff looked like, do it now!

PS Click on the “to Fool’s Gold” thing, then run your cursor over that hanging doll thing. Haha.

comicbookcandy:

Every first Wednesday of the month for the past two years, Graham Crackers Comics in the Chicago loop has hosted Ladies’ Night. Without a doubt it has been insanely fun and an absolute honor to moderate.
 We hope the future holds big things for the group, but for now we are happy just being able to share our passion with other women that love comics. Even if you haven’t been to our event at Graham Crackers, if you attend an event at your local comic shop focused on women as fans and creators, tell us what #LadiesNightMeans to you. 

Ladies’ Night mod Megan share’s what #LadiesNightMeans (feel free to send us your own response!)

comicbookcandy:

Every first Wednesday of the month for the past two years, Graham Crackers Comics in the Chicago loop has hosted Ladies’ Night. Without a doubt it has been insanely fun and an absolute honor to moderate.

We hope the future holds big things for the group, but for now we are happy just being able to share our passion with other women that love comics. Even if you haven’t been to our event at Graham Crackers, if you attend an event at your local comic shop focused on women as fans and creators, tell us what #LadiesNightMeans to you. 

Ladies’ Night mod Megan share’s what #LadiesNightMeans (feel free to send us your own response!)

doublepgspread:

Actor Doug Jones has had one of the most fascinating and prolific careers on film. He has used his unique characteristics to portray fantastical creatures and monsters in projects such as Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Falling Skies and Hocus Pocus. He opens up to…

Shout out to LNA editor / writer / podcast extraordinaire Wendi Freeman! Listen to her interview with Doug Jones now!