The two smartest men on the planet.
Just one of those posts you can’t not reblog.
This is unreal
Neither one went for “Happy.” That says something.
Happy Three Year Anniversary from City of Cards.
Ace and Plato getting beer and chicken on a warm night in town, because why not celebrate with comfort food.
Thanks for all the support over these past few years, and I look forward to sharing more with you all over the next many years to come.
Happy Comic Anniversary to Carol!
Want to build your own space agency? Well, now you can, because NASA’s about to give away a whole bunch of their code for free! You’ll have access to the coding behind robots, cryogenic systems and climate simulators. There’s even code for running rocket guidance systems.
Read more: http://wrd.cm/1i5Q3H9 via Wired
This is awesome.
Head on over to Kickstarter and pre-order the premiere anthology of women-made, ladycentric adult comics.
We have comics by Jess Fink (We Can Fix It!), Trudy Cooper (Oglaf), Kate Leth (Kate or Die!), Amanda Lafrenais (Love Me Nice), Lin Visel (Effort Comics), Danielle Corsetto (Girls with Slingshots) and more.
Over thirty artists. Over twenty stories. And the more the Kickstarter makes, the more everyone gets paid.
HOORAY FOR SMUT.
I’ve seen what’s inside and everything is just fantastic. Come on and see what Liza and others have made for your entertainment.
You OTTER read some comics! :D
Hey…so I’m a finalist for the Seattle indie comics grant “I Heart Comic Art”. You can winner will be decided by popular vote on their Facebook page here.
To vote you have to “like” the page first, then you have to click a name, then scroll to the bottom and click on “Submit Choice”, and THEN confirm it in the pop-up message for your vote to count. It’s a lot of steps but I really appreciate the effort!
"On a scale from "coin in a box" to "full of ninjas", just how bad is it?"
I was invited back for another episode of “Guys with Pencils"to talk about…
Katie Shanahan and J. Bone have joined us this week to talk about THEFT! specifically, Art Theft. Why Katie and J. you ask? Well because they are victims of having their own pieces of artwork stolen, traced and displayed without having any source credit to the original works or creators! This is a really interesting topic and we were very lucky to have such wonderful artists who can give their accounts as to what steps they took once they realized their work had been stolen.
(Rating: Mature (or immature!) language warning for more sensitive listeners)
Further reading for Ontario Artists:
If you find yourself in a similar situation, Stuart Immonen recommended on twitter that “The Artists’ Legal Advice Service” is a not-for-profit and has helped him in the past: http://www.alasontario.ca/p/contact.html