Once upon a time, I was the moderately successful teenage webmaster of a “Weird Al” Yankovic fan site. From minor notoriety, to jet-setting for concerts, to earning a stalker, Weird Me showcases the awkward (and true) intricacies of an adolescence spent carving out a corner of the internet frontier in dedication to the king of parody. This is my whole story… now transformed into More Info »
Dirty Diamonds is an award-winning all-girl comic anthology. The latest installment captures women’s thoughts behind the act of SEX. The stories in this collection are personal, powerful, real, raw, hilarious, ridiculous, and stunningly smart. Too often, women are told how they should feel about their sexuality and what they should do with their bodies, and now more than More Info »
Is the home you’ve left the same one you find when you return?
How do we know our memories are even real?
City lights. Starless nights. Halcyon Dreamz.
Short comic w/ additional illustrations.
14 pgs, Full color, Holographic cover
Limited Run, playlist of tunes & will draw a sketch in inside
Available at table N6
1001 Knights is a massive 3-volume anthology project focusing on creating people-positive characters with feminist overtones. Over the course of 3 volumes, 250+ artists explore themes about what it means to be a knight and what makes for a strong character through illustration, comics, poetry, and prose. The artists involved have worked long and hard to create meaningful art that will uplift and inspire readers. 1,001 knights will be represented between all 3 volumes, including fictional characters and the contributing artists.
On Saturday, November 2, 2013, twelve of the finest cartoonists in the Washington, DC area devoted their time and talents to sketch for blood donors for the inaugural ‘Cartoonists Draw Blood’ event with the American Red Cross at Seekers Church in Washington, DC. The reason is simple: Cartoonists Draw Blood is a great opportunity for More Info »
Simon Soliloquy was born with figūra lignum unum, commonly known as stickfigurism. Constantly, he must overcome normal everyday tasks that we generally take for granted. With the help of his family and friends, he becomes a beacon of hope for those coming to terms with being unconventional in a conventional world.
Sand: The Tale of Luc and San is a 24 page, creation-myth comic about two sibling deities and a planet named Sand born out of their conflict. Written by Alex Lupp. Art by Jade Feng Lee. It begins with an unanswerable question, a moment of light dispelling darkness and birthing life. Behemoths, Beacons, and Feys, More Info »
Before the incalculable capacity of the Internet to answer nearly any question put to it while allowing a legion of pedants to hold forth without constraint, getting the facts of the matter took some effort. Just before the end of those benighted times there was a Washington Post column entitled “Why Things Are” to which More Info »