popgoestheicon:

Another darn convention? Yep. April 18-20 we’ll be at Wondercon Anaheim, kicking it at table 050 in the Small Press area. Come on down and get yerself a copy of six of San Hannibal #1, hot off the press and possibly sold out at your local comic shop (and while you’re at it, pre-order the second issue NOW from said local comic shop). Oh, and other comics & stuff, too. And fist-bumps. But no handshakes. THOSE ARE MURDER.

Assuming I survive the next two days, this is where you’ll find me this weekend. Likely hopped up on cold medicine.

popgoestheicon:

Another darn convention? Yep. April 18-20 we’ll be at Wondercon Anaheim, kicking it at table 050 in the Small Press area. Come on down and get yerself a copy of six of San Hannibal #1, hot off the press and possibly sold out at your local comic shop (and while you’re at it, pre-order the second issue NOW from said local comic shop). Oh, and other comics & stuff, too. And fist-bumps. But no handshakes. THOSE ARE MURDER.

Assuming I survive the next two days, this is where you’ll find me this weekend. Likely hopped up on cold medicine.

peopleareaproblem:

I kind of admire how they made sure we’d fall in love with Steve Rogers before we fell in love with Captain America.

Now I wanna watch The First Avenger again, damn it.

(via this-simple-mind)

popgoestheicon:

Where will you be able to find us at Emerald City Comicon in two weeks (gasp!)? Booth 1808, on the north side of level four. We’ll bring the comics and the creators, you bring us cookies. Right?

That’s where I’ll be all weekend. Come on down!

popgoestheicon:

Where will you be able to find us at Emerald City Comicon in two weeks (gasp!)? Booth 1808, on the north side of level four. We’ll bring the comics and the creators, you bring us cookies. Right?

That’s where I’ll be all weekend. Come on down!

popgoestheicon:

Two weeks from today, “Eastsiders” makes its debut in OMEGA COMICS PRESENTS. Pre-order a copy today!

With the Utopian Foundation still on hiatus and my other projects on temporary hold while I focus on building new businesses, this first chapter of “Eastsiders” is the first new published work from me in a LONG time. Written by me and drawn by Antonio Brandao, it’s the “pilot” for what will hopefully be at least a six-issue series that is, effectively, “The Wire” meets “Angel” meets “Hellblazer.” I hope you (or someone) likes it… 

this-simple-mind:

Honey Maid’s awesome new commercial

Am I crying? No, no, you guys, it’s just allergies.

I blew my nose three times while posting this.

I blew my nose three times while posting this.

Girls are trained to say, ‘I wrote this, but it’s probably really stupid.’ Well, no, you wouldn’t write a novel if you thought it was really stupid. Men are much more comfortable going, ‘I wrote this book because I have a unique perspective that the world needs to hear.’ Girls are taught from the age of seven that if you get a compliment, you don’t go, ‘Thank you’, you go, ‘No, you’re insane.’

Lena Dunham (via thatlitsite)

SO MUCH THIS!!!

I cringe every time I hear a girl or woman retreat into the dungeon of self-effacement when someone compliments them on their work! Own what you make! Be proud! Be loud! Take credit for your awesomeness!

(via lauriehalseanderson)

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I grew up proud of my writing, probably because I had a mom who always told me what I wrote was the shit. The proudest mom, always and forever.

So I always say thank you, and I never question a compliment about my work. I do, however, question compliments about my outfits sometimes, mostly because I know whatever I’m wearing was probably on the floor of my closet twenty minutes before.

(via jamiatt)

I have certain friends (and you know who you are) who have this lack of confidence in their writing. And to those talented ladies, I say this: PUT IT OUT THERE.

(via costak)

joebloodyhunter:

Rest In Peace.

Well done.

joebloodyhunter:

Rest In Peace.

Well done.

Saturday morning lettering. Been so long, I almost forgot.

Saturday morning lettering. Been so long, I almost forgot.