Just Some Stuff.

aatombomb:

wnyc:

Yes, Most of Those New Clothing Drop-Off Bins Are a Scam
(but we’ve got advice on how to make sure you donate to the right people)
-Jody, BL Show-

I fucking knew it. All pink and pretty. 

aatombomb:

wnyc:

Yes, Most of Those New Clothing Drop-Off Bins Are a Scam

(but we’ve got advice on how to make sure you donate to the right people)

-Jody, BL Show-

I fucking knew it. All pink and pretty. 

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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

wanderingarmpits:

charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

I love your tags hahahaha you’re such a cutie

NEVER DRAW ANYTHING THAT IS NOT ABOUT LESBIANS EVERYTHING MUST BE LESBIANS

OH MY GOSH

Look at this

Precious adorable mer-lesbian

Falling in love with her LAND GIRLFRIEND and being a cutie with her

This makes me happy and warm and fuzzy inside :D

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davidmalki:

Ryan, I have just one question, and it is “Why was this in the ‘autobiography’ section”
Actually, one follow-up: “What will your Patreon money be going toward, exactly”
[ BOOKWAR ]

davidmalki:

Ryan, I have just one question, and it is “Why was this in the ‘autobiography’ section”

Actually, one follow-up: “What will your Patreon money be going toward, exactly”

[ BOOKWAR ]

octopuspiecomic:

Thanks to those who’ve pledged so far to the Patreon campaign to make OCTOPUS PIE IN COLOR! If you haven’t, here is the info:

I’m forming plans to do Octopus Pie in FULL COLOR in the near future! The comic has been in black & white for 7 years, and I think it’s time to try something new that will really enrich the comic.

To be sure, I’ll need your help for this. I would be employing a colorist, so I’ve made this a priority as the next goal of my Patreon Campaign. If we hit $2400 in pledges a month, it’ll be enough to keep me eating and happy, AND working with a great colorist to produce 10 full color pages. If you love the comic but haven’t pledged, this is a great opportunity to do something that directly affects the art. It doesn’t need to be much - even a buck or two per month will help towards the goal! Pledges over $2 will also give you access to the sketches and vintage OP art I post to Patreon.

If the promise of color hasn’t sweetened the deal enough, colorist Sloane Leong has done three sample pages of recent strips! You can look at them here. Also be sure to check out Sloane’s excellent cartooning and illustration work. YEAH!

calicocomics:

jimrugg:

STREET ANGEL PINUPby Katie Skelly 
Katie Skelly is the creator of Nurse Nurse and Operation Margarine. See more of Katie’s comics and art at: http://calicocomics.tumblr.com and http://www.katieskellycomics.com.
I have copies of Street Angel at San Diego Comic-Con. I’m in Artist Alley, table II-10. I’ll also have copies of recent zines, while they last. 
If you’re not at Comicon — get your copy of Street Angel from your local comic shop, buy it on Amazon, tell your local librarian to stock a copy…or if you prefer your comics on a screen — get it from Monkeybrain on Comixology. Thanks.
See more Street Angel pinups: http://jimrugg.com/tagged/Street-Angel-pinup

street angel was and remains a huge influence and inspiration for me. pick up the new adhouse version, it’s brilliant.

calicocomics:

jimrugg:

STREET ANGEL PINUP
by Katie Skelly 

Katie Skelly is the creator of Nurse Nurse and Operation Margarine. See more of Katie’s comics and art at: http://calicocomics.tumblr.com and http://www.katieskellycomics.com.

I have copies of Street Angel at San Diego Comic-Con. I’m in Artist Alley, table II-10. I’ll also have copies of recent zines, while they last. 

If you’re not at Comicon — get your copy of Street Angel from your local comic shop, buy it on Amazon, tell your local librarian to stock a copy…or if you prefer your comics on a screen — get it from Monkeybrain on Comixology. Thanks.

See more Street Angel pinups: http://jimrugg.com/tagged/Street-Angel-pinup

street angel was and remains a huge influence and inspiration for me. pick up the new adhouse version, it’s brilliant.

jojoseames:

My dear cowhatninja insisted that I draw Batman for Baman Day. And so here I have recreated a climactic panel from one of my favorite Batman stories, “The Two-Bit Dictator of Twin Mills”, a 1944-45 tale from the newspaper daily, written by Al Schwartz. The inking and tone was by Charles Paris, and the pencils are credited to Bob Kane, but I don’t believe he actually drew the story.
Anyway, this story features what is my personal favorite Batman villain, JoJo the Flinker. He’s an arrogant hitman who never misses with a gun, which he calls a flink. (One flinks with a flink.) His “mannerism of speech”, as they say in the story. And his name is JoJo. And he was drawn to look just like Peter Lorre, who is probably my all-time favorite actor.
This would unquestionably be my favorite Batman story, but not too long after, the daily also had Batman and Robin dressing up as Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, respectively, in order to infiltrate a criminal’s fancy masquerade party. So there’s that.
Ink n’ DigitalJoJo Seames, 2014

jojoseames:

My dear cowhatninja insisted that I draw Batman for Baman Day. And so here I have recreated a climactic panel from one of my favorite Batman stories, “The Two-Bit Dictator of Twin Mills”, a 1944-45 tale from the newspaper daily, written by Al Schwartz. The inking and tone was by Charles Paris, and the pencils are credited to Bob Kane, but I don’t believe he actually drew the story.

Anyway, this story features what is my personal favorite Batman villain, JoJo the Flinker. He’s an arrogant hitman who never misses with a gun, which he calls a flink. (One flinks with a flink.) His “mannerism of speech”, as they say in the story. And his name is JoJo. And he was drawn to look just like Peter Lorre, who is probably my all-time favorite actor.

This would unquestionably be my favorite Batman story, but not too long after, the daily also had Batman and Robin dressing up as Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, respectively, in order to infiltrate a criminal’s fancy masquerade party. So there’s that.

Ink n’ Digital
JoJo Seames, 2014

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adhousebooks:

The Comics Reporter announces UR by Eric Haven
"

Militant rockets can be seen launching from crowded neighborhoods, near apartment buildings, schools and hotels. Hamas fighters have set traps for Israeli soldiers in civilian homes and stored weapons in mosques and schools. Tunnels have been dug beneath private property.

With international condemnation rising over the death toll in Gaza exceeding 650 in the war’s 16th day, Israel points to its adversaries’ practice of embedding forces throughout the crowded, impoverished coastal enclave of 1.7 million people.

“Hamas uses schools, residential buildings, mosques and hospitals to fire rockets at Israeli civilians,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his Canadian counterpart in a call over the weekend, according to a statement from Mr. Netanyahu’s office. “Hamas uses innocent civilians as a human shield for terrorist activity.”

Nothing is ever so clear in the complex and often brutal calculus of urban warfare. There is no evidence that Hamas and other militants force civilians to stay in areas that are under attack — the legal definition of a human shield under international law. But it is indisputable that Gaza militants operate in civilian areas, draw return fire to civilian structures, and on some level benefit in the diplomatic arena from the rising casualties. They also have at times encouraged residents not to flee their homes when alerted by Israel to a pending strike and, having prepared extensively for war, did not build civilian bomb shelters.

Israel, for its part, says it takes precautions to avoid killing civilians, but has also accepted as inevitable that there will be large numbers of civilian casualties when it strikes at certain targets, like Hamas members in their houses, or offices, or mosques.

“It’s a bit of a fluid concept,” said Bill Van Esveld, a lawyer and senior researcher in the Middle East division of Human Rights Watch. “If you have any choice in the matter, you should not be fighting from an apartment building full of civilians.”

Some of Hamas’s tactics mirror those of other insurgent groups, like the Irish Republican Army and Nicaraguan contras.

“Hamas knows that it works to its advantage, politically and diplomatically, as the civilian death toll mounts, there is increasing pressure to end the war immediately, and what that typically entails, if past is precedent, is making some concessions to Hamas,” said Nathan Thrall, co-author of a recent International Crisis Group report on Gaza. “Hamas deliberately buries the weapons in populated civilian areas hoping that will reduce the chance that those weapons will be taken out from the air — that’s a pretty clear-cut case.”

Experts in international law say that even as Hamas is legally obligated to minimize its operations near civilians — and is committing a war crime by firing rockets indiscriminately — so, too, is Israel obligated to identify specific military targets and keep the risk to civilians proportionate to the threats the targets pose.

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thekingofwinter:

takohai:

glitteringknight:

"Your highness" is gender neutral.

So you know, if you’re ever confused about my pronouns.

That’ll work.

alternatively, “your majesty,” “my liege,” and “supreme overlord”

please note that “your grace” is also acceptable

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