also posted today, my variant cover for Lumberjanes
LUMBERJANES #4 (of 8)
Retail Price: $3.99
Authors: Grace Ellis and Noelle Stevenson
Artist: Brooke Allen
Cover Artists: A. Noelle Stevenson B. Kris Anka (Incentive)
After a lot of convincing, the girls are able to agree to get Jen to take them on a hike. Making their way up to the tower and hoping to finally get some answers, they make their way closer only to be stopped by the neighboring boy camp! April, Mal, Molly, Jo, and Ripley have to figure out how to get to the tower, even if they have to use Jen as a distraction to do it.
"Lor MacQuarrie (voiced by Grey DeLisle) is the lone female in the family, so it is not a surprise that she is both a tomboy and a highly proficient athlete - in addition to also being a proud Scot. At first glance, she seems to be merely a target for "dumb jock" jokes. Langdale, however, does not traffic in pure stereotypes, so Lor’s personality and emotions are re-shaped continually over the course of the series. Her personal insecurities rival Tino’s in many ways, especially regarding her largely inept pursuit of her innamorata, Thomson Oberman. But, unlike Tino, she has the inner security and confidence to believe that her way of doing things is the best way - even if it clearly is not."
- Excerpt from America Toons In: A History of Television Animation by David Perlmutter
LUMBERJANES #2 FOC’s today! Tell all your friends and comic shops all about it!
Cover A is from Noelle Stevenson (MAR140982) and COVER B is from Tessa Stone (MAR140983)!
30 Sexy Dinosaur Facts For When You Can’t Think of What to Say in Bed
Ever have one of those times when you’re in bed with your special someone and you find yourself at a loss for words? Well, as everyone knows, nothing makes for better pillow talk than dinosaur facts. Here you go, and you’re welcome.
Particularly proud of this one.
Winged insects enclosed in amber. The oldest known amber with insect inclusions date to the early Cretaceous, around 150 million years ago. We cloned a dinosaur out of this one. Just kidding.
Ira Glass: The Secret to Success in Creative Work
Listen, I’m not usually one for stuff like this, but these are some good, important words.