So it’s Batman Day on September 26th and to celebrate, I’m going to be auctioning off this original art cover to the highest bidder with 100% of the proceeds going to Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center.
“Since March of 2000, Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center has transformed the lives of victims of child abuse and sexual violence by offering a refuge for victims and their families to cope with the terrible crimes of child abuse and sexual assault while reducing the fear and further trauma that disclosure and investigation often creates.”
The cover is hand drawn and colored by me and it’s an actual copy of Batgirl #38 (which just so happens to be the age I’ll become this saturday).
Free Comic Book Day is this weekend! That’s right, Saturday, May 2nd, there will be select FREE comic books at our shops in Bay County. That means this is the perfect time for you to check out one or all of the fantastic shops we are lucky enough to have in our home town! “Three comic shops?” you ask. Yes! Each one ran by great people and worth a visit! Let me break em down for ya (in alphabetical order):
Arena Comics and Gaming: This shop is owned and operated by James Finlayson, an expert on Avengers, Starman and just about everything else that appears in comics. Arena Comics has a pull service, places to sit-down, relax, and chat (or play games), and good selection of back i...
According to Calvin Reid at Publishersweekly.com, "DC Comics and its parent company Warner Bros. has announced plans to launch DC Super Hero Girls, a multifaceted line of content and merchandise targeting girls and based on DC’s iconic super heroes."
This should be a lot of fun! People tend to forget comics are not just for boys... or just for kids for that matter. There is a comic out there for everybody, no matter what you're into.
It pains me when people spread the stigma that comics are just about superheroes and only for 'nerds' like me. Just a few weeks ago I had a local magazine editor tell me in so many words that her readership was above comics. Gross. Sequential art is an artf...
Welp. Here it is. New website up and running (with plenty more changes and features to be added soon, of course. For now I just wanted to do a test post to make sure all looks proper. Since I'm here, how about a question?
As I was coming up through grade school, there were two things I learned that I've noticed are topics of hot debate amongst the writing world these days. One, is the Harvard comma and it's omittance. The other is leaving two spaces after a period.
So, fine, you want that comma before 'and' in there, I can give you that, but what is the problem with two spaces after a period? As a designer, I actually like the added separation between th...