DC Women Kicking Ass: DC Comics makes statement on... →
dcwomenkickingass: This was just posted to the DC website: Over the past week we’ve heard from fans about a need for more women writers, artists and characters. We want you to know, first and foremost, that we hear you and take your concerns very seriously. We’ve been very fortunate in recent years to have… words are nice but that’s all these are right now, and call me jaded,...
San Diego Comic Con Legend of Korra Panel 2011...
korraspasm: This is a transcript of the Legend of Korra panel at San Diego Comic Con 2011. The video I have of the panel has cut out a bit of the introduction but it’s not much. There are also a few mistakes in regards to names and I couldn’t hear some parts because we were all screaming so loudly :x but I tried my best to type it up with as much accuracy as possible. If you have any...
An Interview with the Batgirl of the SDCC panels
dcwomenkickingass: There were lots of stories that came out of SDCC this year, but the one that has caught the attention of the comics community was a woman who dressed up as Batgirl to ask questions about female characters and creators at several DC Comics’ panels. I first became aware of her questions while following the live feeds of Newsarama and CBR. If you read this blog you know I have...
adventuretime: “Morituri te Salutamus” Storyboard Adam Muto and Rebecca Sugar’s storyboard for episode 1008-52. Click here for the larger version.
magical girls and stuff: northstarfan: Websnark:... →
northstarfan: Websnark: Sexism, Courage, and Heroism: truth to power isn’t bullying websnark: We are on the far side of the San Diego ComiCon. This is a con where DC’s creators have had their most direct exposure to their current fanbase’s reactions to the New 52. In particular,… you, sir, are quality people.
tale it lplsummet69!
eridandy is coming along well
except how the fuck do you draw a teacup howwww