Posted in Uncategorized on 05/27/2009 01:40 am by Shaenon
New Li’l Mell page up. But can they convince Shovelhead?
Also, Andrew’s got a new installment in the Chronicles of William Bazillion. This is one of those installments where you have to step back and marvel at how far the narrative has come since its humble beginning as the simple story of a race for Santa’s Nazi gold.
Posted in Uncategorized on 05/20/2009 11:57 pm by Jason
My apartment was just featured on Chris Mautner’s Comic Book Resources featurette, Shelf Porn.
The secret ironic part is that I am actually moving to a new apartment in two weeks. That’s how I operate: I move into a new apartment (usually in a poor neighborhood), fill it with manga like a Superfund site, and then get out of town before the authorities can crack down on me or parents can wonder where their children are learning terms like “moe.” Soon I’ll have a new identity, and the authorities will be unable to stop “Tason Jhompson” from moving into a new neighborhood, leaving a new stain of manga like the contaminated earth beneath an old gas station.
But… (as they say in “A Christmas Carol”) is this the shadow of things that WILL be, or the things that MAY be?
Posted in Uncategorized on 05/20/2009 02:14 am by Shaenon
Yes, it’s Wednesday. In Li’l Mell, the coup continues.
And, also because it’s Wednesday, Andrew has a new installment in The Chronicles of William Bazillion.
Posted in Uncategorized on 05/13/2009 01:36 am by Shaenon
Andrew finds the Taylors especially disturbing in this installment. I think their worst moment was talking about hurt/comfort in the previous storyline.
And hey, special awesome Narbonic/Bazillion crossover art, by the Couscous Collective’s own Konstantin P., in today’s Chronicles of William Bazillion!