“It didn’t matter that it snowed so much.”
This comic is the one that I want. Oo, oo, oo, honey.
How many times do we have to tell these stories before they become real — before we all agree that this is a problem, and more than that, agree to do something about it?
“I ALWAYS get a spring sunburn.” “I know. You’re very delicate.”
“Computer Love” is a cute slice-of-life sci-fi webcomic filled with queer and trans characters. Renee Montoya is an amazing lesbian Latina superhero/detective. Both are great!
Seriously, wtf am I missing here? Can you tell me why we need smart watches? Or at least, why we need them in their current state?
“Wanna play trains?” and other scrambled signals.
A superhero team with more girls than guys?! And multiple POC?! And multiple queer people?! And they’re teenagers who look, sound and act like teenagers?!
“Money is REALLY hard. And just…there has to be a better way, ya know? There has to be a better way to money than the way I (and probably a lot of us) are moneying right now.”
“Can’t talk. Deadline.”
Lumberjanes was excellent! The proposed Joker variant cover for Batgirl #41, not so much.
How to pick your domain name and where to buy it.
There is no more home.
What a time to be alive! Major comic companies are actually targeting comics at women, queer people and people of color!
“I am hella broke right now.”
Why you should learn to code, how you can learn to code, and free resources where you can learn to code!
If this review doesn’t sell you, the last issue ended with the promise “Next month in Bitch Planet #4: Lesbian Shower Scene!”
LWT brings a diverse array (nerds will get the pun) of queer women who technologically kick ass to the Castro and Silicon Valley for the second year in a row.
“Being an ambiguously brown-ish person, there are a huge amount of strangers that ask me questions about my race.”
Chainmail Bikini is full of great comics by a bunch of incredibly talented women, it’s on the very timely topic of women in gaming, a lot of the comics talk about gender and sexuality and it’s just plain super geeky.