by Hannes Beer 
bigplanetcomics:

firstsecondbooks:

To say we have some exciting news would be a complete understatement…. 

This looks like a fantastic collaboration!

bigplanetcomics:

firstsecondbooks:

To say we have some exciting news would be a complete understatement…. 

This looks like a fantastic collaboration!

(via spx)

deviantart:

"Is life always this hard, or is it just when you’re a kid?" -Mathilda, Léon: The Professional
Mathilda (Leon) by KR0NPR1NZ

LOVE this! So gorgeous. I kinda want a print of this.

deviantart:

"Is life always this hard, or is it just when you’re a kid?" -Mathilda, Léon: The Professional

Mathilda (Leon) by KR0NPR1NZ

LOVE this! So gorgeous. I kinda want a print of this.

(via quatorz)

themaskedanimator said: Gail, I was wondering if you could help me end a half a decade long quest I have been on? Are there any Portuguese or Portuguese American comic book superheroes/villains? I have searched all over the Internet and have turned up nothing. I was just wondering if you happens to know if any exist.

gailsimone:

Wow.

That’s a great question. But I am completely in the dark. 

Anyone more knowledgeable have a thought on this? 

The Originals - Wrong Half

"Strong Female Protagonist, written by Brennan Lee Mulligan and drawn byMolly Ostertag, is the perfect superhero comic for people who aren’t really interested in the superhero genre. Actually, it’s also a pretty perfect comic for people who are interested in superheroes. It takes a viciously fascinating look at what it would be like to be a super hero and also be a 20 year old young woman trying to find your place in the world. When it’s showing scenes of super powered brawls and people in costumes, both the writing and art slip perfectly into that style. It’s action packed, dynamic and stylish. When it’s showing scenes of friends going on a road trip, college students in class, or young people going to night clubs and bars, you would almost forget that they’re super humans if they weren’t constantly talking about mind reading, being invulnerable and their former super hero exploits.”

….I’d heard recently about this but reading about it has piqued my curiosity even more. 

(Source: autostraddle.com)

Uh, let’s talk about Janelle Monae on Sesame Street. 

Uh, let’s talk about Janelle Monae on Sesame Street. 


Comic Con Only Selling Single Day Passes for 2014 Show

I mean… Woof. I really don’t know what to say. I’ve been going for years now, and that site is only marginally useful when purchasing tickets. I imagine it will be a bloodbath when these individual badges go on sale. 


THR has it right in its article, when it calls the decision “particularly confounding”. I mean, in addition to the price increase, you won’t know what you’re purchasing your badge for in terms of programming and events, because the schedule hasn’t been released and as everyone who’s been knows, the schedule is ever-changing, with amendments and new announcements being made up until the show itself.


What a mess. I am grateful I already have an exhibitor badge and will be attending all the days but wow. 

(Source: hollywoodreporter.com)

geekvariety:

Otto Schmidt  /  Velma and Daphne 

geekvariety:

Otto Schmidt  /  Velma and Daphne 

(Source: schmidteugenart.blogspot.com, via krazykoolaid)

Holy crap. This email sums up the entire project perfectly. This is the attitude of someone who feels that they are fully within their rights to harass a woman, or take photos of them without their consent— whether they are at a con or not. Reblog!

comicconpervs:

Never before has the other side been so well represented. Let’s see what this gentlemanly scholar has to say, shall we?

From “OPfuckU”:

The purpose of hot costumes is to look hot YOU STUPID BISH, and a guy appreciating it and giving admiration not make them “pervs”. Any one who thinks that…


magicfran:

Kali Ciesemier
A Supernatural fan’s MUST HAVE:
Supernatural “Road Trip to San Diego” T-Shirt (CineQuest booth #5036) CineQuest’s annual tribute to the “Supernatural” TV series is white and  features the “Metallicar” — a 1967 Chevy Impala SS — Sam and Dean’s  very own road trip machine. The shirts will cost $25 each and they’re  only making 250 of them. If you’re a fan of Supernatural make sure you  grab one!

MTV Geek has some more tidbits to keep eyes peeled for after the jump.

A Supernatural fan’s MUST HAVE:

Supernatural “Road Trip to San Diego” T-Shirt (CineQuest booth #5036)
CineQuest’s annual tribute to the “Supernatural” TV series is white and features the “Metallicar” — a 1967 Chevy Impala SS — Sam and Dean’s very own road trip machine. The shirts will cost $25 each and they’re only making 250 of them. If you’re a fan of Supernatural make sure you grab one!

MTV Geek has some more tidbits to keep eyes peeled for after the jump.

Color Ink Book will be set up at booth #5569, and they’re bringing some exclusives with them!
Two versions of Travis Lampe's  new Rayola: regular and a monochrome edition limited to 80 pieces and  exclusive to SDCC. There's also theToxic Mini Lurker from Skinner. It glows in the dark and is limited to 50 pieces.

Color Ink Book will be set up at booth #5569, and they’re bringing some exclusives with them!

Two versions of Travis Lampe's new Rayola: regular and a monochrome edition limited to 80 pieces and exclusive to SDCC. There's also theToxic Mini Lurker from Skinner. It glows in the dark and is limited to 50 pieces.

Good rules of thumb here.

swagnabbit:

If this is your first time at Comic-Con, here are some good tips to go by. I agree with pretty much everything. I’m certainly no expert, but this will be my 7th year attending and I’ve picked up a few lessons along the way. In addition to the tips from the link, here’s a few extra points.

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