Ladies and gentlemen! Please let me introduce you all to a project my friend and huge supporter of all things webcomics Kurtis Sasso is working to raise money for. Please check out the page by clicking the above image, or HERE, and do what you can to help support indie artists and their supporters! =D
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Let me introduce you, to two awesome webcomics. The first is by my friend John Sanford, titled Chippy and Loopus:
The second webcomic, K and J, is also by John, but is written by his wife, Sara Park Sanford:
Check them both out, add them to your bookmarks, and say “Howdy” while you’re there! =D
Please click the above image to see my interview with the awesome Kristen Nedopak. I was honored to be part of her site. =)
Wapsi Gals! As I still get asked questions regarding bra stores and frequently have female Wapsi fans approach my table at conventions and begin telling me how they found their correct bra size thanks to my comic, I want to direct you to another awesome bra store. How many of you remember Pvt. Vasquez from the movie Aliens? Well, the gal who played her, Jenette Goldstein, a busty gal herself, has opened a specialty bra shop of her own! Jenette Bras- the alphabet starts at ‘D’. Click on the image below to go to her site!
Indeed they do use the rest of the alphabet. =)
“Lost in Sunshine” is a comedy-drama about a repressed intuitive who wants to run away from her future as a small-town wife and a recovering gambler who wishes he could undo his past by writing a best-selling Self-Help book.
She sees the glass as half empty. He sees the glass as half full. They think they’ll find answers in each other. They’re wrong.
Need something other than the usual male spin of the comic world?
Vanessa G. and E. Peterman are two opinionated fangirls who routinely compare notes about their long-term, tempestuous relationships with comic books. Turn-ons include smart dialogue, strong female characters, and J.H. Williams III’s sketchbook. Turn-offs include stripper thongs on heroines, ugly speech bubbles, and the outrageously lame phrase “mad-on.” They contribute regularly to Newsarama as members of the Best Shots review team.