benedictcumberbatchsitsinchairs:

froofie:

that’s hot.

like…two brothers or something.

Lovely for a Close Up Wednesday!!

(Source: cumbergirl1895)

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gailsimone:

I have been asking Kate Beaton to draw a Red Sonja cover for the monthly book since issue one. Since she hasn’t done a lot of covers, she was the ONLY female artist we asked who (reluctantly) turned us down.

I think she has agreed to do one if time permits, and she sent this on Twitter to hold us over and I just love it. Kate, you are awesome!

gailsimone:

I have been asking Kate Beaton to draw a Red Sonja cover for the monthly book since issue one. Since she hasn’t done a lot of covers, she was the ONLY female artist we asked who (reluctantly) turned us down.

I think she has agreed to do one if time permits, and she sent this on Twitter to hold us over and I just love it. Kate, you are awesome!

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isjustprogress:

A few weeks ago, I made a post to gauge interest in a possible Brimpers meet-up at NYCC. I’ve gotten a BUNCH of interest in doing this, which pretty much warms my SexCrims loving heart, and so yes: BE EXCITED, BECAUSE THIS IS A THING THAT WILL HAPPEN.

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I’d like to wait until NYCC releases a…

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hid30us:

alliwantistomarchdrumcorps:

videohall:

Cat is very happy to see his owner after being 3 days alone.

"i demand to be loved"

"Meoooow-wow-wow-wow"

Cat love is awesome. ❤️

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ralfmaximus said: Do you ever draw Star Trekky things?

kellyangel:

Sometimes

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This cat looks so worried. Hahaha

This cat looks so worried. Hahaha

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Manara also touches on the “men and women are depicted unrealistically in comics” argument. Those with a modicum of art knowledge knows male comic book characters are depicted as a male power fantasy and female characters as a sexual fantasy. It’s why the “look, Spider-Man is drawn like that too!” argument holds no water. One is to show a strong man, in action, being dominant while the other is to show a women objectified, existing solely to appeal to the baser senses. It’s about intent, presentation, and context.

Spider-Woman Cover Artist Milo Manara & Writer Dennis Hopeless Respond To Online Discussion | The Mary Sue

Do people keep linking you to a side-by-side of that J. Scott Cambell Spider-Man cover & Milo Manara Spider-Woman, convinced they’re the same thing? Here’s something to link back to them. Also, this comic strip describing “false-equivalence.”

(via themarysue)

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