Top loves at the moment: Community, Childish Gambino, Unicorns, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Merlin, Supernatural, West Wing, True Blood, Amelie, caffeine, the Whedonverse, Batman, Young Justice, Persona, Comics (Saga, Morning Glories, Gotham Sirens, Phonogram, Fatale, etc), Batgirl, The Avengers, Board Games, Video Games, Geekdom. - I could go on, but you'll see.
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(from Courtney Crumrin #1)
How is a book this delightfully spooky getting published and no one is talking about it?
This comic is beautiful, in that it deals with creepy, spooky bits of horror and doesn’t sugar coat them. They don’t provide you with a tour guide of the monsters. If the monster is relevant to the story, you will learn a bit about them - but when they go to the night market, there are so many evil, dark things there… and they don’t touch on why you should be afraid. But you know that you should. It’s one of the reasons I fell in love with this storytelling. It’s a book for children, but it also includes dark folklore. And if children start looking up stories of Rawhide and Bloody Bones… well, let’s hope they have a nightlight.
A comic I drew on fighting procrastination.
I’ve been working on my Procrastination Problem. I’ve got a ridiculously busy Fall term coming up. So I’m drawing inspiration from this guy and his awesome comics.
I really need to print this out and put it on my wall or something, cause this is a major issue for me. Perhaps I’ll get a calendar too.
Reblog for people I know and to remind myself why I have to stay organized.
This is exactly the point in my life I’m currently at. Understanding how to find a balance between Grasshopper and Ant and moving forward.
Hands down one of the greatest comics in recent memory.
There’s a course called Snowflakes!
My friend was looking through a community college book today and found a course called Snowflakes. I imagine this is part of the curriculum.
Snowflakes is perhaps a worse course than intro to ladders.
“You know, Clint’s hands may look hard and tired, but I have only ever known them as soft and warm.
And he seems to like to fall asleep on his stomach.
And he has this ridiculous habit of stopping for coffee everywhere we go.
And anytime we need an alias, he likes using names from old Hitchcock films.
And sometimes he doesn’t want to talk, but it almost feels like we can have a whole conversation in silence.
But he can always make me smile, even when I don’t want to, and I always find myself doing the same for him.
Most of all, he likes me to hold him when he is in pain.
But no matter how much pain he is in, he will always do what he can to take away mine. “
Companion piece to this
But no silly comic for this one..! But I can imagine she is talking to Pepper? IDk