Here’s an alt cover I did for Adventure Time: The Flip Side issues from Boom! Studios. It let me blow off a massive amount of budget sci-fi steam in the form of a Logan’s Run poster, which is easily my favorite movie about blowing up kids in a birthday cyclone. I added about a billion more gems. Go ahead, count the gems.
Thanks to AD Whitney Leopard! Available March 5th! In probably every store that sells stuff! Blammo!
Heather is a perfect creature, made only of darkness and pizza rolls.
Another quick nasty thug drawing! This young hooligan’s name is “Jawbreaker”, and was done at the request of the lovely Barbara Tarr!
If you aren’t already acquainted with her illustrations, you should be!
cooooooooool * O*
"Say "I can get you back to Rapture"
The Burial at Sea 2 DLC trailer, you guys. Seriously. Fuck that trailer. Give me my DLC RIGHT NOW
jjjjjjjjjulia is so talented sob sob i love her so
Oh hey look, this is my work! HAHA please don’t delve into my sordid deviantart past………
Panther in the Hive is a novel about one young woman’s journey in the midst of a cybertronic apocalypse. Help fund publication of the first book in a trilogy.
What’s happening to female friendship in fiction? It scares me that it’s going the way of the dodo in the face of popular romantic plotlines, in which the only important relationships are the ones in which sex is involved. Hermione Granger was smart and no-nonsense, but she was alone. It is not enough to simply have one dynamic female character. There must be many. They must talk to each other. Otherwise, we are teaching young readers (and adult readers) that strong women exist alone, in competition and at odds with other women. “You can kick ass,” we tell them. “You can take on the world. But you’re gonna be kicking ass by yourself.” The books that have resonated with me throughout my life—and, indeed, the ones that have shaped the person I am—aren’t like that. They’re books like Sula, The Color Purple, The Handmaid’s Tale, The Bell Jar: books in which the relationships between women are strong and deep and complicated. The books in which women are not alone, even as we come apart and put ourselves back together again. Characters that, even as they set out on long journeys to discover themselves, do so with a tribe of women to support them along the way. I’m not seeing these relationships in mainstream books: I’ve been missing a book that explores the connections between women, the bonding we do that is separate from men and sex and romance.
Olivia Cole is an incredibly talented author and I’m so excited I was able to work with her. She’s self publishing a novel and needs your help. Please check out her IndieGoGo and consider pledging a few dollars to make Panther in the Hive happen. It’d mean a lot to me!
And if you’re curious about the rest of the quoted post, read here:
Olivia A. Cole: On Women, Friendship, and Ass-Kicking in Fiction
Sam + Olivia are kickin’ ass n’ takin names n’ workin’ on a novel about cool ladies with cool lady friends! Read somea that writin’ and lookit them sweet illos and check out their IndieGoGo!!!!!!!!
Stop and Frisk
2 out of 8 spreads from a forthcoming lettering project, Issues #4: Everyone Else is Younger and More Talented.
Ahhhh these are beautiful, Hannah!
Decorate your mind walls with frog butts.
hehe my girl domitille is blowin up tumblr radar! congrats!!!