Saturday, June 24, 2006
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If you're hooked on blog
carnivals like I am, you'll be psyched to hear about the new Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy Fans,
organized by Ragnell. The deadline for submissions for the
first edition is June 29.
I'm also getting increasingly hooked on webcomics, which is great considering how many excellent
examples are out there. The comedy of it is that even though I work in IT and spend most of my day on
the internerd, often it still takes my finding the comics in tree-corpse format to appreciate them.
Here are a few I've enjoyed lately.
Exhibit A. "I do like time like I was
pluggin' the meter" is the best thing I've heard in ages.
Exhibit A. Bought the collected edition at
MoCCA, kicked myself for having known about it for years but not getting around to diving in.
The Amazing Adventures of Bill
Exhibit A. I picked up the print version of this
strip at MoCCA and laughed the whole subway ride back to the hostel. Aces!
Exhibit A. This is like my
Velvet Goldmine of comics (and not just because the Exhibit A strip stars Oscar Wilde). Rich
One fan's customized action figures of the Invisibles
soon: League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Black Dossier
The Boston Police Department has a blog.