February 11th, 2011
|02:51 pm - New Blog ... my bad|
As much as I know how people hate having to check NEW places for their news or comic updates, I'm consolidating a lot of my interests on my other blog here. I'll be posting there a lot more frequently than I have been here, so please hop over and join me!!
February 4th, 2011
January 28th, 2011
|01:18 pm - Gods & Undergrads update!|
New on this snowy Friday!
Click here to read!
January 12th, 2011
|06:19 pm - Updates on a Wednesday!|
Click here to read the latest stuff!
January 7th, 2011
|01:02 pm - Updates in the new year!|
Hey everyone! Happy 2011 stuff!
So here's a couple of updates for you ....
Click here for a Bonnie update (finally posted the last Tim Fish strip ... clearly my resolution is to be on top of things)
Click here for a Gods & Undergrads update!
So I have a confession to make. I watched the Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief movie. Cringe. I was SO worried that I would hate it, as I usually dislike Greek Myth-themed movies, and this one looked extra cheesy from the previews. But I still never get tired of seeing a Hermes or an Athena portrayal, so I got some wine and figured what the hey.
... Aaaaand I loved it! I know, I know, I'm a little embarrassed, but even the cheesy parts were just cheesy enough for me. I think part of what really won me over was the quest the three main characters had to go on to find secret little havens within America where gods were hiding in disguise. It reminded me of American Gods, which I obsessively loved. Sometimes America seems so devoid of history and magic, unlike the times when I've been lucky enough to go to Greece and Italy, and just been petrified with amazement at everything the entire time. American Gods led me to believe you could find hidden magic and old world gods in places you least expected. And even other movies, like National Treasure, managed to find fun mystical scavenger hunts locked in American history, too.
Anyway. I liked it. I'm not ashamed. Viva la Gods!
December 30th, 2010
|11:08 am - Gods & Undergrads update and PANDAS!|
Gods & Undergrads update!
And it's that time of the year again ... when I decide to make a calendar. Here's the 2011 Panda Calendar I've got up on Etsy. Pandas!!
December 21st, 2010
|06:39 am - Tuesday Gods Update!|
New Gods & Undergrads update today! Click here to read!
December 14th, 2010
|06:43 am - Gods & Undergrads is back today!|
Yaaaayyyy the wait is over! Gods & Undergrads starts back up today, and will update every Tuesday. Click here to read!
December 3rd, 2010
|12:33 pm - New Christmas Card Design & Bonnie Update!|
New Christmas Cards are available in my Etsy store! Perfect for all derby lovers.
And another Bonnie N. Collide update! There's only one more Tim Fish-penned update after this (*sniff sniff*), so be sure to tune in for it next week!
November 18th, 2010
|09:41 am - Christmas Cards and Bonnie Update!|
Some stuff to catch up on!
New Christmas Cards up in my Etsy store! You get 24, plus envelopes. I had to do some kind of tribute to my cat, who seems to think this is his job every year ...
New Bonnie update for this week! Tim's streak of awesomeness continues ...
Last weekend I was at the Anime USA 2010 convention and it was crrrazy! The fans were out in full force doing what they do best - elaborate costumes, incredible enthusiasm, even re-enacting entire bits of their favorite anime. I've never seen such a dedication to fandom before (and this coming from someone who was just at the New York Comic Con not too long ago) and it was such a pleasure to be invited to attend! My tablemates rocked - Heidi Arnold of Dark Crystal and Fraggle Rock fame, and Meghan Murphy of Kawaii Not! Thanks to everyone who came out and perused and purchased!
Gods and Undergrads news ... I'm going to start updating again real soon! Yippee! However, I want to stock up some pages ahead of time first so I don't have a lurching, you-never-know-when-it'll-be-updated schedule. I think I'm also going to ditch my old Facebook Group page for it and create a new Facebook Fan page instead. That's what the kids are doing now, right?