Posted 6 days ago

DC Conspiracy meetup, this Sunday!

Sunday the 19th. 5:30 pm at the Mad Hatter, 1319 Connecticut Ave
Washington, District of Columbia 20036

Posted 6 days ago

spaghettikiss:

creatorscomic:

The Creators: Chapter 3, Page 3

Our first look into a classroom at the Creator Academy even if we don’t get to see what’s being taught.  What’s key here is the fact that each student has a smart-pad.  I had to find a way to give  students tools to learn.  I couldn’t very well give them any writing utensils.  In a school filled with dozens of students, each with the ability to bring forth building sized creations, that would not be a great move by the staff.

The smart-pad was the only way students could keep text books, write papers and watch presentations.  They can also have a limited network, be monitored and even pacified with the right apps.  I don’t know how much into that I’ll go, but it sure is fun to narratively speculate.

For chapter PDF’s, a physical copy of chapter one of the Creators or to check out my other work please visit www.spaghettikiss.etsy.com

First glimpse of some Creators in class being tag hit by a Fawn Creation. Page 3 of chapter 3 is up at www.creatorscomic.com

Thanks to all who picked up the print edition of The Creators at New York Comic Con this weekend. What a blast!

Posted 6 days ago

comicsgirl:

comicsgirl:

I’m on a witch kick right now. Are you making comics about witches or witchcraft? I’ll take anything, but preferences are more toward those who identify as women, people of color, and/or LGBTQ creators.

Everyone is welcome, though. I like comics and I like witches.

Reply here on on Twitter (@comicsgirl) or by email at miller.eden.a@gmail.com.

Still into witch comics.

Posted 2 weeks ago

Do you make comics and music?

dc-area-comics-scene:

Do you live somewhere between, say, Richmond and Baltimore? So vaguely in the D.C. area? I am interested in hearing from you.

It can be any kind of comics and any kind of music. This is for something a few of us are trying to put together, but right now it’s in the “We talked about this at lunch…

Posted 2 weeks ago

debtoons:

Tonight’s sketch might just be my new profile pic. All the elements are there: autumn leaves, a skull t-tshirt, a crow, cats, and the start of a smirk. I started out with an inktober idea but it went off on its own into mixed media.

Posted 2 weeks ago

spaghettikiss:

creatorscomic:

Get the PDF of The Creators, Chapter 2 HERE !

I am so excited to have finished chapter after the amount of time that went into producing it.  I really hope you like it and are ready for chapter 3 to start on Thursday!  Don’t forget that you can get a PDF of all recent chapters as well as a physical copy of book one and Mr HugZ tee shirts over at my SHOP

Not only is chapter 2 of creatorscomic done but I’ve got an exclusive cover for the PDF that is available NOW over at www.spaghettikiss.etsy.com Thanks to all who have followed along so far. I hope you’re here for the whole ride! Oh and please feel free to comment on what you think so far!
Posted 3 weeks ago

Colonial Comics MICE Takeover

colonialcomics:

Well, folks, Colonial Comics, New England 1620-1750 makes its grand debut at MICE 2014. This isn’t just a grand debut for you all, this is also a grand debut for me. I saw the pre-proof version of the book but that was the last I saw of it. Fulcrum made some final edits, those edits were…

Posted 3 weeks ago

spx:

The Small Press Expo’s Tumblr turned 5 today!

This thing is a labor of love dedicated to diverse, independent voices in comics.  And everything posted to the SPX Tumblr is being digitally archived by the Library of Congress for preservation and future study.

Our thanks to all of you who give us a little bit of your attention!  

Five years, 15,000 posts, 50,000 followers - not a bad start!

— MDT

Posted 3 weeks ago

Dembicki and Rodriguez at the Baltimore Book Festival!

Going to the Baltimore Book Fest this Saturday? At noon, Matt Dembicki will be at the National Aquarium’s Ocean Exploration Stage (Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Area 10, between the National Aquarium and World Trade Center) talking about ‘Wild Ocean’ and using comics to spread the word about conservation. At 3 p.m. Matt will be at the Charm City Comics Book Pavilion (Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Rash Field) with fellow comic booker Jason Rodriguez, where they will give examples of how schools and libraries are using comics in the classroom, from teaching English to bringing history to life.

Posted 4 weeks ago