Posts Tagged ‘werewolf’

Woo! 99 strips done! You may be asking why it’s not 112, like it says on my site page. That’s because I’m counting the ones that just I did, not taking credit for the gorgeous Tim Fish strips. Which you can read starting here!

I also wanted to let you guys know that since I’m (still) in the process of revamping my whole website, once that’s complete I’ll be adding an archives page and a character page to this strip. I know not having an archive page has been a headache for some of you guys, so thanks for your patience with me! I promise it’ll be worth the wait!

New site’s pending arrival? I’m gonna sayyyyy … mid-August. THERE, I SAID IT. … (now I have to do it by then! Eep!)


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… Aaaaand I’m back in Baltimore! After a SUPER early flight (I had to get up at 3:45 a.m. Austin time, which is definitely obscene), I was thrilled to be greeted by a chilly, gray, and slightly snowy Baltimore. Aw, thanks city weather, you must’ve missed me! All that complaining I did about the Austin heat was worth it. Seriously though – despite my aversion to warm weather, Austin was as beautiful and awesome as always, and we had a great time at and around Staple. We even started considering the possibility of moving there, romantically pondering over what our Austin selves would be like … until we heard about “Cedar Fever” and “yellow tailed scorpions”. Erh. What.

In case you missed my furious tweeting/posting all weekend, here’s a recap of some of the fun sketches I got to do at the show:

My Artemis character in all her past glory

A rollergirl doing my favorite activity

My version of Mike Allred's It Girl

My version of Andy Perez's Lark

Bonnie & Herb, together in the rink at last!

My take on the STAPLEGATOR!


I also had a fabulous time on the Women in Webcomics panel with Liz Prince and MariNaomi. Can’t wait to read both of their books! And I really liked the fact that we were all in sync on being comics creators, not just female comics creators. I’m pretty confident that the industry will continue to sloooowwwwly get more diverse, but until then, hey – I get to be on panels with cool women.

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