photoJul 30, 2014 6:40 pm
Ah, those Supreme Court justices didn’t think of the one thing about religious freedom that’s often overlooked — there’s more than one religion in the universe.
videoJul 26, 2014 8:24 pm
If you write “strong female characters,” it’s basically inevitable that you’ll get asked this question. Kelly Sue DeConnick writes comic books for a living, and her response is one of my favorites, mostly because it involves what she calls the “sexy lamp” test.
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photoMar 17, 2014 1:54 pm
Just something that happened to me at a convention a while ago that stuck with me, and finally decided to doodle after reading Gingerhaze’s recent post.
I’ve had the incredible luck of living in a city where women in comic shops, whether they’re behind the counter or are customers themselves, isn’t uncommon. But I know that that isn’t true for everyone. There’s a great list going around tumblr of safe spaces for comic fans and I highly encourage you to find one near you and pick up a comic or two, or even a copy of Ms. Marvel #1 (PS: I REALLY LIKED IT).
I had a guy ask me if I’d ever even watched Adventure Time
While I was selling the covers of Adventure Time that I drew
With a little sign that said “Artist for Adventure Time Miniseries”
I hear this
I was going to add something clever & sarcastic about some men in the comics community being incapable of seeing women, but then I got tired.
photoJan 24, 2014 12:22 pm
You’ve probably heard the phrase, “if you see something, say something.” But when it comes to things like sexism and racism and harassment, it’s just as important that you listen when the people who see something wrong happening say something about it. That’s the only way things will change.
To see a larger version of the comic, click here.
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