THE TIME HAS COME, the Space Princess said, TO TALK OF MANY THINGS:
I can finally tell you the thing I put all my love into for the Adventure Time comics! Coming October 2012 (very close to Halloween, perfect) in Marceline and the Scream Queens #4 is my very own backup strip! I worked very hard on this and it is about (dun dun dun…) Lumpy Space Princess! Also, another less-known Princess? Oh gosh maybe you will have to buy it and find out!!
Call or text or tweet or kiss your local comic retailer and order yourself a copy! I contributed two whole pages of brand new original Princess-powered comic for you and your eyes. I hope you will like it!
YOU GUYS! I can finally tell you (phewf) - I did a variant cover for Marceline and the Scream Queens #5!!!
You may recognize the influences here - I took some design cues for our heroines from myself and resident lifelong Bubblegum cosplayer / viral video superstar Angelina.
So happy for you, Kate! This is so amazing!
real heros dealing with real problems
my submission for the Name of the Moon! zine! so excite to be part of this~
There’s so much awesome Sailor Moon stuff on my dash! REBLOG IT ALL!
Dress like Spider-Man on the 4th of July and get free food at Hardee’s/Carl Jr.’s!
ABSOLUTE KATE OR DIE is coming to an internet near you!
This 32-page collection, printed in standard ‘single issue comic’ size, will feature the best of Kate Or Die 1-3 (all of which are currently unavailable) as well as a large portion of the art I’ve done since then. Not only that, but guest strips! FAQs! New content! Overall, it’s a big chunk of comics and it’s going to be five dollars.
I AM EXCITE!
Little League #27 by Yale Stewart
Characters © DC Comics. Creative content © Yale Stewart.
Now, I try to keep my personal input on this Tumblr to a minimum, but I think given the events of this past weekend, I ought to say something.
First, I’d like to welcome all my new followers to this blog. This comic is a joy for me to produce, and it elates me to know that so many of you not only find “Little League” enjoyable, but worth coming back to. Many thanks.
Next, I’d like to send a huge thank you to Lauren Davis and iO9 for the wonderful, wonderful write-up they gave this strip. I cannot even begin to express my gratitude to them for what they’ve done. The article has had a huge impact, and I can comfortably say that any good things coming my way in the near future are probably attributable to it.
And finally, I’d like to thank all the followers that have been here from the very beginning, when strips weren’t even colored. Your long-lasting support has gotten me to where I’m at now, and I can’t thank you enough.
I hope everyone enjoys today’s update, and many more into the future. As far as I’m concerned, the best is certainly yet to come.
For my Gender and the Body class.
This is my artistic reaction to the Starfire controversy. I was going to draw her teammates in her outfit- or them in her pose- but instead I drew her as a man. I call him. Manfire. To illustrate how stupid these poses are and how un-empowering they are. This goes with my paper titled:
The Issue that Melted the Internet: The Continued Objectification of Women in Comics
One of these days I will post it online. It is incredibly long but here is this.
I have re-appropriated the background from the original comic book.
mock-up of a princess vs princess page
shoujo style spontaneous flowers GO
…i’m feeling this
this pleases me
I like this idea a lot!
It’s up, it’s up! My interview with ultra-fabulous queer girl news site Autostraddle. Go read it! I talk about sexy comics, and I made them this one! Bondage ladies! Woah!
A great interview with an even more great lady! <3