Saturday Morning Cartoons: The Concert

Welcome to Saturday Morning Cartoons, a segment where four artists take turns delighting you with their whimsy, facts and punchlines on Saturday mornings! Our esteemed cartoon critters are Cameron GlavinAnna BongiovanniMegan Praz and Yao Xiao. Today’s cartoon is by Anna!







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I'm a cartoonist living in Minneapolis. Co-Author and artist of A Quick And Easy Guide To They/Them Pronouns. Author of Grease Bats, coming out Fall 2019 with Boom! Studios! If I'm not working I'm socializing. If I'm not out with friends I'm drawing. If I'm not doing any of those things I'm probably depressed. Support me using Patreon.

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  1. yes! i clicked on Autostraddle this morning hoping it was your week for a cartoon!! I constantly tell myself that going out is so difficult because people are the worst!! I also <3 Andy so much, not to mention dancing himself into or out of any situation. hahaha.

  2. Omg Arrriiiiii!

    I tried to be the block for someone at the met gayla this year. I couldn’t get them past the wall of tall people, but I could at least mostly stop the tall drunk ones from stepping/falling all over them without looking like I was deliberately doing so.

  3. You know, I have slightly mixed feelings about this one! Especially as a short person who gets to concerts early to stand in the front but is sometimes (every time) shoved by latecomers trying to move up! I’m pretty excellent at standing my ground, and I have “blocked” for friends against these shovers. But still! Having to deal with that is my least favorite part of attending a concert. However, maybe I would be more forgiving of Andy and co. then I am of the terrible young men who are usually the perpetrators.

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