Thanks for taking it to Tumblr, FYYA.
To stress, most people are totally sweet, even when they hate what I’m doing. But as much as I believe in being accessible and friendly, the boundaries of what’s cool and what isn’t is important.
Seo Kim: Cats, Comics, & Burbank
She said it with a cat on her head. Seo Kim had realized that posting a daily comic was becoming difficult. “I’m traditionally not super prolific, and I’m not super good at time management. If you’d asked me before I started posting comics every day, I’d have said it’s really unlikely that I’d be able to keep it up,” she admits. But people began following her, and liking her drawings, so she continued. “It became easier to keep doing it because someone was expecting a new comic each day.”
So I just had to join in on the Hawkeye Initiative bandwagon, it’s just so… full of empowerment.
And then I went totally overboard.
Even gave them suggestive captions.
I feel like a predator drawing this.
(but Tony’s face! <3!)
OK, so I’m totally obsessed with the Hawkeye Initiative. It’s the greatest sexism test since Bechdel and Willis. This particular one has to be my favorite. LOOK AT TONY!
Baby Money Avengers. (Click the first to embiggen)
Sometimes when it’s really late, and Starkexpos is drunk, we enable eachother and come up with really, really, really stupid stuff. And then I blow off working for a day in order to draw it all.
LET’S FACE IT THIS IS NOT THE WORST THING YOU HAVE CAUGHT ME DRAWING.
I would wear this dress, and it would look amazing on my curves. YUP.
illustration by Charles M. Schulz :: scanned from The Snoopy Festival :: Holt, Rinehart and Winston :: 1974
The owner of comic fan site Kate Fatale (expert par none on Talia al Ghul) is also a smarty when it comes to comics and will be presenting a paper next month at Northumbria University on women and comics. Her topic is DC’s new 52 titled, “Girls Like This Stuff, Right? DC’s New 52 and the…
These are beautiful. I will never be as tall and willowy as the woman in the top comic but damn, I want to be.
We’re currently running some polls on Marvel.com in which fans can vote for characters to be turned into Marvel Minimates from Diamond Select Toys. Go on and vote; more polls will be added in the coming weeks.
I’m going to hold a cape-burning this weekend. You’re all invited. BYOB.
Even though I find capes to be largely impractical, it’s important not to shame anyone—of any gender!—for choosing to wear one.
And sometimes I will wear a cape, just to feel a little extra powerful that day ;)