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The Adventures of Dr. McNinja

The Adventures of Dr. McNinja
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Red String ~ A web comics about love and growing up. Art by Gina Biggs - Chapter 01 Page 00 Red String vol.8 and more! Posted 2014-07-11 12:00 Hello everyone! First up, have you checked out my new comic series, Love Not Found? It's a futuristic space romance... with botany! Red String Volume 8 is close at hand. Also! I will be working on the Omnibus material as the year progresses and will be SHOWING YOU that material on my new Tumblr blog dedicated to the director's cut. AND THEN I will be running a kickstarter for the Omnibus book (and if there is enough interest a directors cut version of Volume 7 and Volume 8). 0 Comments | Add Comment Erstwhile Vol.2 Kickstarter Posted 2013-12-02 10:00 It's finally time! 0 Comments | Add Comment Store up and running! Posted 2013-10-16 12:00 We are pleased to announce that our Amazon store is now live. Gina's adult titles are not listed in the Amazon store just now, but they are available directly through the Amazon Createspace store. 2 Comments | Add Comment View Blog >

Comics: Philosophy & Practice - May 18-20, 2012 // University of Chicago Wondermark La frontiere entre la vie et l\'imagination - Creez un RPG sans aucune connaissances -- emplacement : V1_0 molgate Le 23/03/10 à 22:44 salut ... ferrismillion Le 29/06/09 à 21:07 commen cree un rpg merci Squall Le 24/07/08 à 01:08 voila news posté koro_089 Le 08/07/08 à 23:49 Slt il existe tu des Projets RPG du type lolikon? charles_30 Le 26/06/08 à 22:05 apres 1 ans d'absence je revien en force Mangamagnes Le 10/06/08 à 20:57 gg pour le nombre d'inscrits >< Tamago2 Le 04/06/08 à 13:36 allo gagner Le 31/05/08 à 15:05 salut Lord Le 25/05/08 à 15:01 1001 membres ! LeDofusien Le 30/01/08 à 10:59 koi? TessHin Le 23/01/08 à 17:55 S'il vous plait T_T TessHin Le 22/01/08 à 23:23 Quelqu'un peut me répondre ? skyki Le 12/01/08 à 18:39 jimboo te ki jimbOo slt ya kelkin slt

WIGU ADVENTURES Bruegel, Pieter the Elder Pieter Bruegel (about 1525-69), usually known as Pieter Bruegel the Elder to distinguish him from his elder son, was the first in a family of Flemish painters. He spelled his name Brueghel until 1559, and his sons retained the "h" in the spelling of their names. Pieter Bruegel the Elder, generally considered the greatest Flemish painter of the 16th century, is by far the most important member of the family. He was probably born in Breda in the Duchy of Brabant, now in The Netherlands. Accepted as a master in the Antwerp painters' guild in 1551, he was apprenticed to Coecke van Aelst, a leading Antwerp artist, sculptor, architect, and designer of tapestry and stained glass. Peasant wedding c. 1568 (150 Kb); Oil on wood, 114 x 164 cm (45 x 64 1/2 in); Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna He developed an original style that uniformly holds narrative, or story-telling, meaning. The Fall of the Rebel Angels (110 Kb); Oak; Musée des Beaux-Arts at Brussels The Beggars 1568 (90 Kb); Wood; Louvre

Questionable Content: New comics every Monday through Friday This one took a while. Drawing hardhats and respirators is surprisingly fun. Lem did what I think is the best Frank Miller parody to ever hit the internet. Someone emailed me recently complaining that the "soul" had somehow gone out of my comic, that I was simply going through the motions. Questionable Content isn't just my job. So if you like the comic, great! *: Okay, I don't wear myself out doing the OMG Turkeys every Thanksgiving. Bienvenue DTC - Où ? Dans Ton Chat (BashFR) Seraph Inn home of Inverloch by Sarah Ellerton

She Has No Head! – No, It’s Not Equal by Kelly Thompson| February 21, 2012 @ 9:00 AM |596 Comments| So I’ve been sitting on this post for nearly two years. Why you ask? Well, because I knew it would cause a ****storm, as any comics column that’s remotely controversial does, especially it seems when written by a woman. I had also decided, partway through writing She Has No Head! But there’s a lot of talk these days, and many good columns written about women in comics, feminism, and in particular the sexism of comics by way of the objectification and hyper-sexualization of female characters and related issues. “The, “Comic books are sexist to women” argument does not work, simply because it is not just women who are being objectified. This particular comment was on the excellent David Brothers piece for Comics Alliance. When I look at the way characters are rendered in superhero comics for more academic purposes, I look at four primary categories: Body Type, Clothing, Beauty, and Posing. 1. Image from Howard Schatz's ATHLETE