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This dropped into my inbox earlier today, courtesy of the 2000AD Mailing List. The Adventure Time Munchkin pack hasn’t even been released yet and now I’ve got another thing to look forward to! SJ Games sure know their audience…

This dropped into my inbox earlier today, courtesy of the 2000AD Mailing List. The Adventure Time Munchkin pack hasn’t even been released yet and now I’ve got another thing to look forward to! SJ Games sure know their audience…

reallyreallyreallytrying:

when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s a crime

comicsalliance:

COMICS’ NEW GOLDEN AGE: SPIKE TROTMAN TALKS TAKING DOWN THE GATEKEEPERS [INTERVIEW]
By Juliet Kahn
Spike Trotman is a visionary. She sees possibility where others throw their hands up in defeat. She sees innovation where others see stagnation. She is fundamentally optimistic about the future of comics — and why shouldn’t she be? Trotman has conducted massively successful Kickstarters — plural — organized some of the best talent in comics into anthologies like Smut Peddler and The Sleep of Reason, made money-producing Poorcraft (a comic about not having money), and, all the while, maintained Templar, Arizona, her long-running and beloved webcomic.
Comics have been good to Spike Trotman, but her success is very much the result of hard work and fresh thinking rather than chance — hard work that has left her one of the most interesting people in the industry. So, naturally, ComicsAlliance tracked down her booth at San Diego Comic-Con to talk Kickstarter foibles, “porn for chicks,” and a new golden age for comics.

Spike Trotman: Nowadays, the audience of people who call themselves comics readers… you can be an incredibly avid comics reader and never step foot in a shop. There are no more gatekeepers to that sort of fandom. What you need these days to be an avid comic reader is internet access. Without having to jump through editors who have to be concerned about bottom lines, appealing to the audience they currently have of 45-year-old men who want cape books.
You have these people who can put their stuff online on Tumblr, on Smack Jeeves, and that’s the curb they have to jump, and it’s lower than it’s ever been. And sure that means a lot of really low quality stuff gets online but that also means that some of the stuff that gets online is stuff that would normally not be seen as editorially viable at mainstream places, but has the potential to have a huge audience that’s just never been tapped before. I think about things like Homestuck when I say that, or Questionable Content. These were comics that wouldn’t even get a meeting at DC but you see the way the internet reacts to them and it just goes to show that there are people out there that want to read comics like this, they just haven’t been marketed to. I think that’s awesome, I’m all for what’s happening to comics. I think we’re in a golden age right now. Comics are more exciting now than they’ve ever been.

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comicsalliance:

COMICS’ NEW GOLDEN AGE: SPIKE TROTMAN TALKS TAKING DOWN THE GATEKEEPERS [INTERVIEW]

By Juliet Kahn

Spike Trotman is a visionary. She sees possibility where others throw their hands up in defeat. She sees innovation where others see stagnation. She is fundamentally optimistic about the future of comics — and why shouldn’t she be? Trotman has conducted massively successful Kickstarters — plural — organized some of the best talent in comics into anthologies like Smut Peddler and The Sleep of Reason, made money-producing Poorcraft (a comic about not having money), and, all the while, maintained Templar, Arizona, her long-running and beloved webcomic.

Comics have been good to Spike Trotman, but her success is very much the result of hard work and fresh thinking rather than chance — hard work that has left her one of the most interesting people in the industry. So, naturally, ComicsAlliance tracked down her booth at San Diego Comic-Con to talk Kickstarter foibles, “porn for chicks,” and a new golden age for comics.

Spike Trotman: Nowadays, the audience of people who call themselves comics readers… you can be an incredibly avid comics reader and never step foot in a shop. There are no more gatekeepers to that sort of fandom. What you need these days to be an avid comic reader is internet access. Without having to jump through editors who have to be concerned about bottom lines, appealing to the audience they currently have of 45-year-old men who want cape books.

You have these people who can put their stuff online on Tumblr, on Smack Jeeves, and that’s the curb they have to jump, and it’s lower than it’s ever been. And sure that means a lot of really low quality stuff gets online but that also means that some of the stuff that gets online is stuff that would normally not be seen as editorially viable at mainstream places, but has the potential to have a huge audience that’s just never been tapped before. I think about things like Homestuck when I say that, or Questionable Content. These were comics that wouldn’t even get a meeting at DC but you see the way the internet reacts to them and it just goes to show that there are people out there that want to read comics like this, they just haven’t been marketed to. I think that’s awesome, I’m all for what’s happening to comics. I think we’re in a golden age right now. Comics are more exciting now than they’ve ever been.

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(Source: clroff1)

erikamoen:

Today at Oh Joy Sex Toy, famed porno cartoonist extraordinaire JESS FINK talks to us about erotic comics!

Erika Moen & Jess Fink are both great. I don’t want to steal focus at all, but to see two Tijuana Bibles that, to my knowledge, have never been available elsewhere on the net (I’ve seen my scans floating around out there though) or in Spiegelman and Adelman’s excellent book, go HERE and HERE.

erikamoen:

Today at Oh Joy Sex Toy, famed porno cartoonist extraordinaire JESS FINK talks to us about erotic comics!

Erika Moen & Jess Fink are both great. 

I don’t want to steal focus at all, but to see two Tijuana Bibles that, to my knowledge, have never been available elsewhere on the net (I’ve seen my scans floating around out there though) or in Spiegelman and Adelman’s excellent book, go HERE and HERE.

gameraboy:

Coldest In The Galaxy by tristian

(Source: apocryphist)

bacchanales-sexuelles:

Lesley Jarvis.

bacchanales-sexuelles:

Lesley Jarvis.

chocolate-merman said: draw a mermaid and/or merman

madeleineishere:

This makes my heart hurt. I miss my cats.

This makes my heart hurt. I miss my cats.

(Source: imsolikeyou)

scottlava:

“Connie Marble, you stand convicted of assholeism! Your proper punishment will now take place. Look pretty for the picture, Connie!”

scottlava:

Connie Marble, you stand convicted of assholeism! Your proper punishment will now take place. Look pretty for the picture, Connie!”

itscolossal:

DIY Glowing Inlaid Resin Shelves by Mat Brown

Wait, what?? I’m gonna break so much shit just so I can fill up the gaps with glowing green spooge…