teelowegreen:

If you’re tabling at a con as a Li’l Rookie, get ready to experience these 12 Stages of Feels exactly like this.

bluedogeyes:

Once you say something… by Jim Benton

bluedogeyes:

Once you say something… by Jim Benton

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seanvscomics:

Yeah, I know we all need to get paid but I never see artists compare themselves or their plight to working class people, their frustration seems to come from the idea that they are entitled to a good paying job and healthcare BECAUSE they went to college and BECAUSE they have this skill, when in actuality maybe we all deserve healthcare maybe we all deserve a living wage. I’m not trying to be malicious here, but I’ve seen so many “I should be paid like a professional” comics and videos when really I think we should all just be paid like human beings.

seanvscomics:

Yeah, I know we all need to get paid but I never see artists compare themselves or their plight to working class people, their frustration seems to come from the idea that they are entitled to a good paying job and healthcare BECAUSE they went to college and BECAUSE they have this skill, when in actuality maybe we all deserve healthcare maybe we all deserve a living wage. I’m not trying to be malicious here, but I’ve seen so many “I should be paid like a professional” comics and videos when really I think we should all just be paid like human beings.

baileysharp:

AKA My facebook feed this last week.

baileysharp:

AKA My facebook feed this last week.

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laurellynnleake:

qu33rrob:

A scene from the irrepressible Sasha Steinberg’s ”Miss Sasha Velour Goes to Wal-Mark.” Sasha, a recent graduate of the Center for Cartoon Studies, is one of our younger, up-and-coming contributors to be featured in QU33R, coming this fall from Northwest Press, edited by Robert Kirby.

Oh dear Lady Sasha I am ~swooning~ Get yourselves educated about this queen, people!

Oh man I love this.

laurellynnleake:

qu33rrob:

A scene from the irrepressible Sasha Steinberg’s ”Miss Sasha Velour Goes to Wal-Mark.” Sasha, a recent graduate of the Center for Cartoon Studies, is one of our younger, up-and-coming contributors to be featured in QU33R, coming this fall from Northwest Press, edited by Robert Kirby.

Oh dear Lady Sasha I am ~swooning~ Get yourselves educated about this queen, people!

Oh man I love this.

pigeonbits:

The god of death can be such a creeper.

pigeonbits:

The god of death can be such a creeper.