At first, seeing her and Michonne hit off I was like “I’m going to like this season”, but then my gay hopes crumbled into pieces. And then rose as the dead, and then got beheaded.
It’s okay. I’m used to it. *sobs*

At first, seeing her and Michonne hit off I was like “I’m going to like this season”, but then my gay hopes crumbled into pieces. And then rose as the dead, and then got beheaded.

It’s okay. I’m used to it. *sobs*

The comics are sick though (in the good way!). Never really been into zombies, but that comic is the bomb. And gives me too many feelings.
The TV show’s good, though I just went through season 2 where it kinda went “bleh”, but apparently it picks up pretty nicely in the next seasons so I’m hanging in there!

The comics are sick though (in the good way!). Never really been into zombies, but that comic is the bomb. And gives me too many feelings.

The TV show’s good, though I just went through season 2 where it kinda went “bleh”, but apparently it picks up pretty nicely in the next seasons so I’m hanging in there!

The otter concept.

rosalarian:

Queen Penny hands down justice in today’s Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space.

Also today, I did a guest strip for Go Get a Roomie, a lovely webcomic you should check out.

Yes you should, especially her guest strip<3 Thanks again!

yamino:

Neil Gaiman-senpai noticed my comic! Now we’re talking bigtime!
Thank you for all your pledges, tweets, reblogs, and posts!  I am so moved by the generous and enthusiastic response we’ve seen.  We’re very close to reaching our goal! Once we hit 8K, we’ll be releasing some awesome stretch rewards!
There are still some cool rewards yet to be claimed, including custom sketches and full-color headshots by myself, and a full-color illustration by Chloe C. of “Go Get A Roomie!”
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1328500402/sister-claire-book-kickstarter

Dead jealous and super happy for Yamino at the same time. She earned it. If you haven&#8217;t checked the Kickstarter yet, please do! &lt;3
(god, neil gaiman ughhhhhhh&lt;3333 I can&#8217;t)

yamino:

Neil Gaiman-senpai noticed my comic! Now we’re talking bigtime!

Thank you for all your pledges, tweets, reblogs, and posts!  I am so moved by the generous and enthusiastic response we’ve seen.  We’re very close to reaching our goal! Once we hit 8K, we’ll be releasing some awesome stretch rewards!

There are still some cool rewards yet to be claimed, including custom sketches and full-color headshots by myself, and a full-color illustration by Chloe C. of “Go Get A Roomie!”

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1328500402/sister-claire-book-kickstarter

Dead jealous and super happy for Yamino at the same time. She earned it. If you haven’t checked the Kickstarter yet, please do! <3

(god, neil gaiman ughhhhhhh<3333 I can’t)

yamino:

yamino:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1328500402/sister-claire-book-kickstarter

Your prayers have been answered! The greatest webcomic in the universe* is being miraculously reborn into solid paper!
*Word of G.O.D.

Yessssss!

yamino:

yamino:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1328500402/sister-claire-book-kickstarter

Your prayers have been answered! The greatest webcomic in the universe* is being miraculously reborn into solid paper!

*Word of G.O.D.

Yessssss!

sisterclaire:

Sister Claire has updated! WOOOOooOOooOooo

dundunDUUUUUNNNNn

sisterclaire:

Sister Claire has updated! WOOOOooOOooOooo

dundunDUUUUUNNNNn

secondlina:

BY DEMAND - TOP “GIRLY” 10 COMICS THAT DON’T SUCK FOR PRE-TEEN GIRLS
(According to me)
These are a list of comics I consider to have for primary market young girls. I excluded anything unisex (like Amulet) or that has dudes as a main market but can be read, and are often adored, by girls (aka shonen manga).
Also, i’m French. Expect french in here.
#1 - LOU! - French series about a creative girl and her single mom. The mom is a fantasy writer and obsessed by video games. Lou, the daughter, dreams of being a fashion designer or a poet. The cast is original and multicultural, representing different styles of today’s youth. And every book focuses on an issue that matches Lou’s age, since she gains a year with every book (like Harry Potter). I love book 3, who focuses strongly on depression. There’s a TV show, but the books are superior by far, since the show is stuck in status quo land. 
#2 - Re-gifters - Fantastic story about Dixie, a second-generation Korean immigration and a martial arts student who has unfortunately lost her focus (aka ki) due to a big, big doom crush. She needs to digest the crush and find a way to win the big competition. This is short, sweet, all about the troubles of being a confused teen and an immigrant. Brilliant. 
#3 - The Yoko Tsuno series - Pretty much one of the only unsexualized female comic hero I had as a kid, Yoko is a science-fiction-slash-police-drama series. This woman went to space. She played with ghosts. And robots. AND GHOST ROBOTS. 
#4 - Friends with boys by Faith Erin Hicks - Man, does this comic even need an introduction? I’m in love with it.
#5 - Anya’s Ghost - Anya is a russian immigrant who feels fat, silly, and generally hates everyone. Everything changes when she falls down a well and meets a ghost down there. They become best friends… up until the ghost starts living vicariously thru her with way too much passion. 
#6 - Gunnerkrigg court - Technically, a webcomic, but since the books exist, it’s fully possible for me to push it unto schools. I get the feeling this story is unisex most of the time, but a couple of details push it in the girl territory, for me. Amazing webcomics about two friends in a strange school…
#7 - Card Captor Sakura - Short magical girl series by Clamp… it’s pretty much all about awesome spells and acceptance. Me likey. 
#8 - Elinor Jones - In victorian times, a girl wants to become a seamstress for the renown house of Tiffany. But the work is hard, and the girl suffers from body image issues and eating disorders. Lots of pretty dresses, cool characters and important issues explored very nicely. 
#9 - Princesse Sara - Based on the book “Little Princess”, it’s a steampunk retelling of the classic Cinderella tale.
#10 - Smile - Raina gets braces. We all remember how much that sucks.
* End of the list, please reblog and ADD. Once I removed the “unisex” or “guy but can be read by girls” stuff, it was actually pretty difficult to compile this list. Go figure. 

Lou is truly the best teen comic I have ever read. It&#8217;s fun, hilarious, true, and touching.

secondlina:

BY DEMAND - TOP “GIRLY” 10 COMICS THAT DON’T SUCK FOR PRE-TEEN GIRLS

(According to me)

These are a list of comics I consider to have for primary market young girls. I excluded anything unisex (like Amulet) or that has dudes as a main market but can be read, and are often adored, by girls (aka shonen manga).

Also, i’m French. Expect french in here.

#1 - LOU! - French series about a creative girl and her single mom. The mom is a fantasy writer and obsessed by video games. Lou, the daughter, dreams of being a fashion designer or a poet. The cast is original and multicultural, representing different styles of today’s youth. And every book focuses on an issue that matches Lou’s age, since she gains a year with every book (like Harry Potter). I love book 3, who focuses strongly on depression. There’s a TV show, but the books are superior by far, since the show is stuck in status quo land. 

#2 - Re-gifters - Fantastic story about Dixie, a second-generation Korean immigration and a martial arts student who has unfortunately lost her focus (aka ki) due to a big, big doom crush. She needs to digest the crush and find a way to win the big competition. This is short, sweet, all about the troubles of being a confused teen and an immigrant. Brilliant. 

#3 - The Yoko Tsuno series - Pretty much one of the only unsexualized female comic hero I had as a kid, Yoko is a science-fiction-slash-police-drama series. This woman went to space. She played with ghosts. And robots. AND GHOST ROBOTS. 

#4 - Friends with boys by Faith Erin Hicks - Man, does this comic even need an introduction? I’m in love with it.

#5 - Anya’s Ghost - Anya is a russian immigrant who feels fat, silly, and generally hates everyone. Everything changes when she falls down a well and meets a ghost down there. They become best friends… up until the ghost starts living vicariously thru her with way too much passion. 

#6 - Gunnerkrigg court - Technically, a webcomic, but since the books exist, it’s fully possible for me to push it unto schools. I get the feeling this story is unisex most of the time, but a couple of details push it in the girl territory, for me. Amazing webcomics about two friends in a strange school…

#7 - Card Captor Sakura - Short magical girl series by Clamp… it’s pretty much all about awesome spells and acceptance. Me likey. 

#8 - Elinor Jones - In victorian times, a girl wants to become a seamstress for the renown house of Tiffany. But the work is hard, and the girl suffers from body image issues and eating disorders. Lots of pretty dresses, cool characters and important issues explored very nicely. 

#9 - Princesse Sara - Based on the book “Little Princess”, it’s a steampunk retelling of the classic Cinderella tale.

#10 - Smile - Raina gets braces. We all remember how much that sucks.

* End of the list, please reblog and ADD. Once I removed the “unisex” or “guy but can be read by girls” stuff, it was actually pretty difficult to compile this list. Go figure. 

Lou is truly the best teen comic I have ever read. It’s fun, hilarious, true, and touching.

faitherinhicks:

oh hai tumblrs, did you know I’m doing an 8 page backup comic in August’s issue of Marceline & the Scream Queens (by Meredith Gran)? Here are some sneak peeks shown at San Diego Comic-con! Very chuffed to be a part of this awesome project. I’m lucky in that I make my living off my own original comics, but it’s so much fun to be allowed into someone else’s world and go wild with their characters. The short comic is based on an idea by my boyfriend, Tim, who is a big Adventure Time fan. :)

These screens were stolen from a Bleeding Cool article, so go there for more info about the short. I hope you pick up the comic next month, it looks amazing all coloured up and stuff!

This artist is awesome, and I can’t wait to physically touch that comic (and possibly lick it).

fesworks:

Webcomic Beacon: Interview Chloe C. of Go Get a Roomie
Chloe C. (Go Get a Roomie) and Antares (Hiveworks) join Fes Works and Kelly Turnbull for this week. Go Get a Roomie is a part of the new webcomics collective, Hiveworks.

Whoo! Look (or rather listen) at me talking about Roomie and stuff, all professional like -cough- with these lovely dudes. I had lots of fun, thank you!

fesworks:

Webcomic Beacon: Interview Chloe C. of Go Get a Roomie

Chloe C. (Go Get a Roomie) and Antares (Hiveworks) join Fes Works and Kelly Turnbull for this week. Go Get a Roomie is a part of the new webcomics collective, Hiveworks.

Whoo! Look (or rather listen) at me talking about Roomie and stuff, all professional like -cough- with these lovely dudes. I had lots of fun, thank you!

yamino:

It’s been a fantastic year for fans of“Avatar: The Last Airbender.”Not only did the “Legend of Korra” animated series debuted to near-universal critical and fan acclaim, butDark Horsecontinued to up the “Avatar” ante withits graphic novel series “The Promise,”which helps fill in…

"The return of Azula" I AM BUYING THIS THE SECOND IT COMES OUT.

batlesbo:

adventuretime:

Best. Flag Day. Ever.

boompen:

Hi guys, it’s your trusty editor Shannon, and IT IS A BIG DAY FOR COVERS IN THE WORLD OF ADVENTURE TIME! 

We’ve got awesome ADVENTURE TIME #8 covers by the trusty Chris Houghton, indie superstar Drew Weing, the talented Colleen Coover, and superstar cartoonist Phil McAndrew coming at you!

In the world of MARCELINE AND THE SCREAM QUEENS #3, we have a RAD homage to Liz Phair’s “Exile in Guyville” from JAB, a sick concert poster from Yuko Ota, and a limited variant cover from the incredible Vera Brosgol. 

These are some of my favorite covers we’ve ever done, and you can get them all this September! ROCK ‘EM SOCK ‘EM! 

Marceline and Bubbleguuuuummmmm bring it<3

EDIT: wait wait wait, Colleen Coover?? HOHOHOHOHO<3

adventuretime:

Best. Flag Day. Ever.

boompen:

Hi guys, it’s your trusty editor Shannon, and IT IS A BIG DAY FOR COVERS IN THE WORLD OF ADVENTURE TIME! 

We’ve got awesome ADVENTURE TIME #8 covers by the trusty Chris Houghton, indie superstar Drew Weing, the talented Colleen Coover, and superstar cartoonist Phil McAndrew coming at you!

In the world of MARCELINE AND THE SCREAM QUEENS #3, we have a RAD homage to Liz Phair’s “Exile in Guyville” from JAB, a sick concert poster from Yuko Ota, and a limited variant cover from the incredible Vera Brosgol. 

These are some of my favorite covers we’ve ever done, and you can get them all this September! ROCK ‘EM SOCK ‘EM! 

Marceline and Bubbleguuuuummmmm bring it<3

gailsimone:

badguyshavetheworstaim:

a comic done by christianne benedict, posted on the womanthology art forum. brilliant!

YES. Jesus, thank you.
I cannot tell you how many times I have had to point out what the audience at conventions actually LOOKS like to people in the industry. They can do signings in a booth full of every kind of person all day long, every color, every size, every orientation and more, and STILL go online and talk about how only white straight males read comics.
IT IS PROFOUNDLY UNTRUE AND INSULTINGLY IGNORANT.

Simply awesome.

gailsimone:

badguyshavetheworstaim:

a comic done by christianne benedict, posted on the womanthology art forum. brilliant!

YES. Jesus, thank you.

I cannot tell you how many times I have had to point out what the audience at conventions actually LOOKS like to people in the industry. They can do signings in a booth full of every kind of person all day long, every color, every size, every orientation and more, and STILL go online and talk about how only white straight males read comics.

IT IS PROFOUNDLY UNTRUE AND INSULTINGLY IGNORANT.

Simply awesome.

rosalarian:

For as little as $20 you get a full color hardcover book? How could you NOT go for that? My fantastic friend Gina Biggs along with Louisa Roy and Elle Skinner have put together some beautiful comics for you.