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Conventions and other Horror Stories June 28, 2013 Holy crap, the year's half over.
OCTOBER 30, 2013 I'm contributing art, along with Shouri on colors, to the Nelvana of the Northern Lights Kickstarter. Ends on Nov. 1st, so check it out! Also, Eerie Cuties volume 3 is at the printer and will ship mid-November. We're taking orders right now at our store.--Gisele :) SEPTEMBER 8, 2013 I was interviewed this week on the Where Monsters Dwell radio show.

Eerie Cuties

Eerie Cuties

Menage a 3

December 31, 2013As mentioned in late October, I did a piece for the Nelvana of the Northern Lights Kickstarter. Shouri provided the gorgeous colors. You can check it out here and here. See you in the new year! Cheers! Menage a 3
Posted by sohmer on January 7, 2014 It’s safe to say that I have somewhat more than a passing interest in the ‘Interwebs’, especially when it comes to viewing habits. Over the last decade, I’ve seen a great deal of ridiculous shite capture people’s attention for brief moments, only to be eclipsed and forgotten when the next thing comes along. It’s only recently that the culmination of all this aforementioned shite has combined and formed something new, something terrifiying. It’s as if Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, TMZ and Gawker were all pieces of Voltron.

Least I Could Do: the Webcomic » by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza

Least I Could Do: the Webcomic » by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza
Adventure, Romance, War. The Dreamer: A Webcomic by Lora Innes

Adventure, Romance, War. The Dreamer: A Webcomic by Lora Innes

Beatrice "Bea" Whaley seems to have it all; the seventeen year old high school senior is beautiful, wealthy and the star performer of the drama club. And with her uncle’s connections to Broadway theater, the future looks bright ahead of her. Little does she know that her future might actually be brighter behind her... More Bea begins having vivid dreams about a brave and handsome soldier named Alan Warren--a member of an elite group known as Knowlton’s Rangers that served during the Revolutionary War.

I Was Kidnapped By Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space!!!

Susan Bell was just an ordinary Earth girl, until she's whisked away one night by lesbian pirates from outer space. Led by Captain Janet, they insist that Susie is their long lost princess, who was stolen from the queen of planet Lesbos-1 when she was a baby, and they're going to bring her home. On the way, they rob a bank, and catch the interest of an incompetent superhero, crash land on a planet of hulking beasts, enter a space race, find romance, and nearly go to jail. Then their trek truly becomes an odyssey as they encounter cannibals, witches, gods, and sirens on the way home. Then they must fight the leader of the Intergalactic Justice Force who threatens to take down everything the pirates of Lesbos-1 hold dear: freedom and love. I worked on this comic from 2006-2013. I Was Kidnapped By Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space!!!
-Zebra Girl- Fri, Oct 25, 2013 FIRST of all, I'd like to thank everyone who's sent gifts and messages recently, and everyone who just reads my work on principle. You've all made this a great birthday! I appreciate having you in my sphere of influence. Second of all, I'd like to inform you that the comic will be up later this weekend.

-Zebra Girl-

Dominic Deegan: Oracle For Hire

Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire, THE COMPLETE SERIES, Volume 1 is now available to order! Here are some questions you may have, as well as some hopefully enlightening answers: I ordered all of your previous books, so I already own most of the stories included in this first omnibus. Why should I order this? - The previously printed volumes contained every story from Oracle for Hire to Snowsong. Not only does this first omnibus also include the previously unprinted The Shadow of Siegfried and Endings & Annoyances, but it's a larger format. Dominic Deegan: Oracle For Hire
New page of Sorcery 101 is up. And here is my updated to do list. Sorcery 101 will switch to 5 times a week when it’s finished. If you’d like to help this happen faster please consider supporting my Patreon page. Secret project (thumbnails 20/160 – letters 20/160 - pencils 20/160 – inks 10/160)Draw Back to Black (pencils 10/22 – inks 1/22 – colors)Draw Come Undone (pencils 0/22 - inks – colors)Draw Past Whispers (pencils 0/31 – inks – colors)Draw Broken (thumbs 5/30 – letters – pencils – inks – colors)Draw Taken (thumbs 0/32 – letters – pencils – inks – colors)Draw Nightmares (thumbs 0/31 – letters – pencils – inks – colors)Draw What You Know… (thumbs 0/30 – letters – pencils – inks – colors)Draw Fall (thumbs 0/51 – letters – pencils – inks – colors) Sorcery 101

Sorcery 101

The Dreamland Chronicles - The Dreamland Chronicles by Scott Chr

The Dreamland Chronicles - The Dreamland Chronicles by Scott Chr The Dreamland Chronicles is an All Ages webcomic series started in 2006! Now with over 1700 pages…this award winning fantasy series is in its 20th chapter of the slated 22 chapters. With Elves, Dwarves, Fairies, Giants, Dragons, and so much more…the Dreamland Chronicles’ creator Scott Christian Sava has created a world that encompasses some of his favorite childhood memories from movies like “The Princess Bride”, “The Neverending Story”, and “Clash of the Titans” as well as Books such as “The Hobbit”, “The Narnia Chronicles”, and “The Princess of Mars”. The webcomic updates 5 days a week and we have a wonderful group of “Fellow Dreamers” who chat every day on the blog. Join us each day for a new page of the exciting adventures of The Dreamland Chronicles.
Terry and I decided to hammer out the locations and time period we are dealing with in our little comic here. There were moments of “oh shit! Mammoths didn’t exist there! Tiras’s hut is impossible!” and “fuck! I can’t find any evidence of tigers…we NEED tigers…” and “uhm…were there crocodiles?” Godseeker
Antihero for Hire: A comic that dares to wear sunglasses at nigh
Posted January 12th, 2014 by Alina Hey everyone, Sorry for another sketch again so soon.

Weregeek

Giant In the Playground Games

Things have not been going too well for the process of actually getting the calendars printed, as shown by this image, but they are definitely now en route to the Ookoodook warehouse. That does mean that it's highly unlikely that they will arrive in any customer's hands in time for Christmas, however, for which I apologize. If you were planning on giving the calendar as a gift to someone, I've whipped up a quick printable card for you to give them explaining the situation. Just download it from that link, print it, fold it in quarters, and give it to the intended recipient. In other (bad) news, those who have been following my Twitter feed know that my longtime computing companion has decided to pursue a new career direction as an extremely heavy metal box.
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