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from laughterfromthehereafter (originally from therealbusters)
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from gaythoven (originally from slimgiltsoul)
1991inc is selling a sweater with a stolen design of mine (found on my page here). I’ve contacted them asking for some kind of financial reimbursement for this but I don’t feel hopeful.
Please don’t support this company, and spread this around!
this is shameful. i just bought comics from slimgiltsoul and i’m gonna go back for shirts i think
Notes: 110 / 9 hours ago
from cory-doctorow (originally from ghettowarmachine)
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from andrewmaclean (originally from pinuparena)
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The City of Fire- Studio at Day TIme
Notes: 10018 / 12 hours ago
from cancercellsinc (originally from fawnv)
When I spilled coffee over my sketchbook, Ryan said “make Coffee Cat.”
Notes: 66587 / 13 hours ago
from emilymaybeme (originally from tastefullyoffensive)
Notes: 54 / 13 hours ago
I could only find 25 3x5” cards but I printed up a prototype problem glyph deck. I asked it, will I ever stop being miserably stuck in [REDACTED] situation? it answered, [TIME HOARD], [CARRION NOURISHES ME] [I BRIM MY VESSEL / WINTER KING]. all of which is true. and reassuring.
Notes: 59 / 14 hours ago
from maisonimmonen (originally from comicartistevolution)
Stuart Immonen 1988: Playground #2
So this took me by surprise. More than it should have, I guess, because I was familiar with the pared-down styles Immonen uses when collaborating with Kathryn Immonen, née Kuder on their creator-owned work. But still…!
Playground was kind of a 3-issue “punk murder mystery,” the duo created in 1988 under their One-Horse Leadworks DIY publishing banner. It was their first foray into the comic book world alongside Headcheese, an anthology showcase of Toronto-area artists.
Seeing this reminds me of the perennial question newcomers like to ask the pros: “How do they get started in the world of big-time comics?”
This is how: You start by doing —your future is what you make it.