“I’m Niina Eveliina Salmelin, master of arts, art teacher, illustrator and a comic creator from Finland.” My portfolio / My webcomic What do you do? (Write, draw, edit, publish, promote etc.) How did you get started doing that? I want to tell stories, I draw, write and animate. It’s something I’ve been at since forever and I…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Niina Salmelin
“Call me Hobo! I’m a cartoonist from Oregon and I am 900 years old, but I let people believe I’m in my 30s. I run a funny strip – Zero Explanations – which you can find on Tumblr, Line Webtoon, and ComicFury. You can find my portfolio on Behance. I created some art for Beamdog’s…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: “Hobo”
“I am an AFAB agender furry artist, for now going by Cyanide. Pronouns are they/them, not strictly enforced. I like collecting bones and drawing boners. I suffer from depression/social anxiety and unbridled creative ambition.” Main art site until I get a proper portfolio Hub site for everywhere else What do you do? (Write, draw, edit,…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Cyanide
“Hi, I’m Luz Bianca, I’m a 20 year-old college student from Westchester, New York. You may know me from works such as Palace by the Sea and anthologies such as Who is the Silhouette?. My twitter is @luzbianca417, my website is luzbianca.com and you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.” What do you do? (Write, draw, edit,…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Luz Bianca
After a long long hiatus, I’m very excited to revitalize this blog and get some amazing talent featured on it again. Thanks to those who continued to check in even during the long hiatus! You can interact with me on twitter @Beebidon if you’ve got things you’d like to see me talk about, questions or comments…… Continue reading Blog Rejuvenation: Interviews, Features, and yet more Interviews!
Howdy, all. Unfortunately it seems that life (especially my day-to-day job) are getting in the way of maintaining this blog. The research time required for posts outweighs the time I have currently. I’m still floating on twitter (@Beebidon) and would love to chat comics and great artists with you there. Thanks!
It’s February! Not only is it February, it’s already almost a quarter of the way through February? Time is weird, my friends. This week in nerdiness: Out this week for #NCBD (collections, series starts, or TPBs for you to jump onto new series, check out Comic List for a full list of releases)…… Continue reading This week in nerdiness: February 6
(So I am still coming off this hiatus so I actually missed a week but I hope you’ll forgive me.) So, what did we miss and what’s to come? NCBD last week (with a reminder that I’m focusing on NEW series releases or other ways to jump into a series) : 1. Lady Castle…… Continue reading This week in nerdiness: January 30
As mentioned before, I’ll be putting up some artists for people to check out on a monthly rather than weekly basis. Probably will let me cover even more artists to do a big dump of shorter write-ups on each. Feel free to hit me up @Beebidon to suggest some! Jarka Fox: Twitter, website An artist…… Continue reading Artists Features: January 2017
Welcome to my new section: this week in nerdiness! It will feature an amalgamation of recent news, upcoming cool stuff, and interesting or important controversy in comics, movies, books, pop culture, and a myriad of other places. Out this NCBD (specifically new things or collections for you to jump into, since I know how hard…… Continue reading This week in nerdiness: Monday, January 16
It’s done! 2016 is done! I will choose to only speak personally/in terms of career etc. in this post, because otherwise this post will drag on for two more years of introspective about life and my country and such. In 2016, I created this blog. Since then: 2,736 people visited 124 posts were made 47 An…… Continue reading 2016 review / 2017 and on
Week 56: James R. Eads “Hello, Beautiful World.” Find him on Instagram, Tumblr, or his website. James R. Eads is a painter whose visions of far-away places and intricate galaxies inside each human soul captivate, soothe, and invigorate me. I came across Eads through his Prisma Visions tarot deck, which was a birthday gift a…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: James R. Eads