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  Say what? A comic book festival run and organized by ladies!? It really exists! The Short Run Comix and Arts Festival on Saturday, November 15 at Washington Hall, is probably the coolest, most fun, and inexpensive thing to do with your weekend in Seattle. The main event is free and open to the public and features a ton of amazing indie comix, small press and emerging artists, cartoonists, publishers, zinesters, authors, animators and more! This DIY-centric ... Read More
Calling all comics fans! Comic artist Peter Bagge has announced that he will be going on tour to promote his new book, "Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story.” The comic book graphic novel is a beeeautiful hardback representation of Margaret Sanger’s political influence and journey to becoming the public figure she’s known as today. From the Drawn and Quarterly blog: "Peter will be presenting a slideshow about Margaret Sanger's social and ... Read More
Illustrator, cartoonist, and artist Lisa Hanawalt attended NYC’s International Beauty Show with her stand-up comedian boyfriend, Adam Conover. Hanawalt lets us know that she’s there to find out “how to be a real woman.” The two give their amusing takes on the whole ordeal, as Adam especially points out the ridiculousness of it all. (I have to admit, Adam, when I heard the acronym “IBS” my first thought was also Irritable Bowel ... Read More
  If you were one of the first 300 people in line at the BUST Magazine Craftacular & Food Fair Holiday 2012 this weekend, congratulations! You received a goodie bag that included a copy of hilarious webcomic artist Kate Beaton's Hark! A Vagrant 2013 Calendar, compliments of Drawn and Quarterly. We bet you were really stoked about that (you're welcome!). If you missed out on snagging the coveted calendar, though, you're in luck: we're giving out 10 more to ... Read More
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