Small Press Expo
Sat-Sun Sept. 19-20
Panel: Creative Collaboration in Comics Collectives, Sat Sept. 19, 12:30-1:30PM
(not exhibiting but I'll be attending all weekend!)
She Geeks Out
Thur Sept. 24, 6pm
New York Comic Con
Thur-Sun Oct. 8-11
New York, NY
Panel: Content Literacy: Teaching STEM with Comics, Thur Oct. 8, 3-4pm
(not exhibiting, attending only on Thur. Oct 8)
Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo
Sat-Sun Oct 17-18
Exhibitor! Buy my comics!
Courtesy of Moon and Serpent, the best Chris Claremont rumor ever:
click to laugh
Street Angel is a hysterical new comic and the darling of comics bloggers all over the place. Check out Grotesque Anatomy's contribution to Street Angel lore:
The Street Angel Squid Contest
The Street Angel Squid Contest Winners
Get your anger on at Fandom Wank!
click to grouse!
Uncanny X-Sprites is cute and up-to-date with recent plotlines:
click to snicker
You too can purchase your own knitted Spider-man costume. It's art!
click to be dorky and support the arts
Anyone out there who hasn't seen "They Fight Crime"? If so, go and take a look.
click to see them fight crime!
In other news
This neck of the woods had a bomb scare yesterday. I was out running errands when I found a part of the street that I needed to visit cordoned off with yellow police tape and peppered with cops and firemen. I asked one for information and he responded with some vague information about a bomb having been found in a box on a table. Suddenly there was a "crump" from over near the area of activity, and the cop piped up with, "Ah, sounds like they detonated it." I tried darting around and pestering others to find out more, but with no luck. The strangest part is that I can't find any information about it from any local news sources. Not even a "Community Alert" from the usually knee-jerk mailing list that sends them out. Odd.
Update: Good news - it wasn't actually a bomb. Phew.