¡DUDES HAGAMOS CÓMICS!
A veces me da la impresión de que todo el mundo depende sólo de los pocos eventos o casas editoriales para llevar sus cómics a algún lado.
Pero existen fotocopias amigos, podemos hacer muchas cosas si dejamos de preocuparnos tanto por lo que hacen los demás y empezamos a hacer cosas nosotros mismos.
vannesacortes y yo pensamos hacer un pequeño comic-zine con la esperanza de motivar más gente a hacer cómics. Por favor corran la voz y participen =D!
The pros and cons of hitchhiking.
All 5 main dragons of HTTYD in Maya style!
I’ll definitely be doing more of these in the future, they were a lot of fun.
I would think that you, who spend so much time pointing out the flaws and problematic areas in other people’s work, would be able to take one silly comic directed at your work and other likes it.
Normally I wouldn’t respond to this kind of thing publicly, but I’ll make an exception since you called me a shit.
OH WOW. And people haven’t believed me when I say he’s a dick.
In which Aaron Diaz teaches us how NOT to react when someone pokes fun at you while also making a valid point of criticism about yours and other people’s work.
This is one of the worst possible reactions to a woman who is pointing out a real issue that happens ALL the time with strong female characters that are designated as such just to justify crappy problems, if you feel personally attacked by it then clearly you see these issues glaringly in your own work and name calling comes off as really petty and unjustified (the criticism is absolutely valid after all, and the problem is prevalent) also it’s a huge ego issue if you automatically assume this commentary about a MASSIVELY WIDESPREAD issue was directed exclusively at you, regardless of wether or not those issues have permeated your work in the past. Also that is agreat way to truncate true discussion. Entirely petty and uncool.
HA! I knew it!
Charles Burns inks John Romita Jr.!
The Burns story Naked Snack features this John Romita Jr. page from the 1983 Official Marvel Comics Try-Out Book that Burns “reworked” in the inking—but retained the original dialog.