On Monday I watched the 3rd presidential debate while I worked on my bike's mud guards. There was a car crash right outside my house; nobody was hurt. I struggled all day to find some motivation, and :my computer kept turning off. I read Daredevil vs. Bullseye, and the night before I read Vlad the Impaler, and a big chunk of Cross Game Vol. 2. My stomach was still bugging me a little bit. I discovered Louie Chin today and read some parts of Odessa, and it's really good. I'm a little taken aback that this style looks like the same thing Tara Abbamondi is going for. I took a look at The Garlicks Indiegogo and Dani Jones' Zombie Bunny.
Published on May 17, 2012 by LakeStreetDive
I watched the first episode of Photon the Idiot Adventures after seeing some animated gifs of it on tumblr. It was pretty cute. I tried to watch an episode of Lloyd in Space along with KC Green, but I wasn't that into it. I had lamb chops for dinner like 3 nights in a row.
This was the week of the third and final presidential debate, the whale that tried to mimic human voices, and the week I learned about Malala Yousufzai.
Living Lines is an awesome blog!
I watched The Spirit. I thought it was just kind of silly. And then I saw that Frank Miller wrote and directed it and I almost vomitted in my mouth. I found out about Cyber 7 from Farel Dalrymple and Brandon Graham. I read a bunch of Multiplex and Girls with Slingshots.
Emily Carroll put me up on this I09 Article on 7 scary web comics that did indeed keep me up all weekend, especially the False Positive by Mike Walton.
I really like John Bivens' work from the Split Lip Comic, The Voice of Celia Darling.
An interview with Rachel E. Morris that gave me a little more insight into how long she's been at her art.
Courtney Godbey Wise