Tuesday, September 30, 2014
kateordie:

dshalv:

Cover for INJECTION #1 by myself and Jordie unveiled at the DICE Image Comics Panel and online on CBR and last weekend.

I can’t wait for this!!

kateordie:

dshalv:

Cover for INJECTION #1 by myself and Jordie unveiled at the DICE Image Comics Panel and online on CBR and last weekend.

I can’t wait for this!!

schmautojoy:

beckycloonan:

insidegothamacademy:

Your Preview of Gotham Academy #1 out TOMORROW

The first issue of Gotham Academy hits the stands and screens tomorrow. If you heard the 3 Chicks Podcast review and interview with Becky Cloonan, you know I love the book. If you haven’t done so, I’d call my shop and ask them to hold a copy if you’re a floppy reader.

I honestly believe this book could, along with Ms. Marvel, be the change agent for comics.

Tomorrow: classes are in session!!

Everything about this looks so lovely. I can’t wait to get a copy <3

If you read my stuff, I suspect you want this.

Well, if you only read Uber, you may not. But you should.

kellysue:

alchemypuppet:

My ginny cosplay and got to meet Emma ríos at dice today&#160;!! She was soooo nice :) Because I was the first ginny cosplayer she met so she gave me a free print&#160;!!! :)

This makes me STUPID happy. MUH GIRLZ!!

I met AlchemyPuppet, who was hyper sweet. I guided her towards Emma, even.
(Another fun thing about the con was finally getting a chance to hang with Emma properly. HI EMMA.)

kellysue:

alchemypuppet:

My ginny cosplay and got to meet Emma ríos at dice today !! She was soooo nice :) Because I was the first ginny cosplayer she met so she gave me a free print !!! :)

This makes me STUPID happy. MUH GIRLZ!!

I met AlchemyPuppet, who was hyper sweet. I guided her towards Emma, even.

(Another fun thing about the con was finally getting a chance to hang with Emma properly. HI EMMA.)

My mum knows me well #nonemoregoth

My mum knows me well #nonemoregoth

zarbongo said: There is a theory that beards on men indicate trustworthiness to those who interact with them. Beards on women is another story. Have you found people trusting you more in your present hirsute condition?

Not for long.

aaronfever:

Team #WicDiv Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie at D.I.C.E. with Luci— I mean Kate Leth 

The only shot of us all together, I think. 
It was one hell of a weekend. Love to everyone.

aaronfever:

Team #WicDiv Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie at D.I.C.E. with Luci— I mean Kate Leth

The only shot of us all together, I think. 

It was one hell of a weekend. Love to everyone.

‘Crucified’ by Army of LoversThe first song of my 39th year on this planet. Blame @tomewing.

‘Crucified’ by Army of Lovers
The first song of my 39th year on this planet. Blame @tomewing.

Monday, September 29, 2014
So if “manufactured” is unfair, what is the right metaphor for Britney’s relationship to the pop machine? Scanning the pop culture of the late 90s gives us a better possibility: mecha, the Japanese anime genre where beautiful, tragic youth fuse themselves to sublime, state of the art machines. Britney is not the machine’s puppet; she’s its pilot.

Popular reaches Hit Me Baby One More Time. I’d have 10ed this, I think.

(The memory it most connects to is dancing to it with Kate Little from PC Gamer, and doing a lot of full body dips. Which has to be in the top 10 of my most theatrical dancing in my entire life. If you know me at all, you know this isn’t exactly a small claim.)

EDIT: Link fixed.

craigmactothefuture:

Lucifer ( kateordie ) trying to blow my head up.
NOT COOL, LUCIFER.
(at D.I.C.E. (Dublin International Comic Expo))

This gentleman had to deal with me running up and telling him that I thought he was cosplaying Matt Fraction. He&#8217;s a hero.
Dunno who the lady is or what she&#8217;s up to.

craigmactothefuture:

Lucifer ( kateordie ) trying to blow my head up.

NOT COOL, LUCIFER.

(at D.I.C.E. (Dublin International Comic Expo))

This gentleman had to deal with me running up and telling him that I thought he was cosplaying Matt Fraction. He’s a hero.

Dunno who the lady is or what she’s up to.

So if “manufactured” is unfair, what is the right metaphor for Britney’s relationship to the pop machine? Scanning the pop culture of the late 90s gives us a better possibility: mecha, the Japanese anime genre where beautiful, tragic youth fuse themselves to sublime, state of the art machines. Britney is not the machine’s puppet; she’s its pilot.

Popular reaches Hit Me Baby One More Time. I’d have 10ed this, I think.

(The memory it most connects to is dancing to it with Kate Little from PC Gamer, and doing a lot of full body dips. Which has to be in the top 10 of my most theatrical dancing in my entire life. If you know me at all, you know this isn’t exactly a small claim.)

EDIT: Link fixed. Thanks!