7.04.2011

Showing -- Will tell later


For the time being, the God of Time is winning his war of attrition against me and until the second week of August, I'm fairly sure he'll own me. While this is underway, I'll try to make some small posts although none will qualify as "college courses."

Today, I wanted to begin with a Show. I'll come back later this week with the TELL!!!




12 comments:

  1. I'm not good at using my camera to be clever. ;)

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  2. Ooooh!! Please hurry up and tell already! I recognise a lot of that art but I can't remember where it's from.

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  3. Okay so I've read the first two Aya books and they are AWESOME. I haven't been able to get my hands on the third one yet. I just bought the other two books in your picture off Amazon. Marwe and Black Comix. I guess patience is not one of my virtues.

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  4. That book (Black Comix) is on my wishlist! Now if only I can make it rain money.

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  5. I'm looking forward to your TELL.

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  6. Hello!

    I've been browsing this blog for, say... about a week. I've ran into a lot of nice things, watched a handful of movies, and might be diving into a few novels once I get the chance.

    That's not the point, though, ha-ha. I've been meaning to mention him for awhile, but primarily, outside of BlAsian culture, interactions and the works, this blog takes part in dealing with POC as well.

    I'll make this short, but as someone who's looking to get into the comic industry some day, I actively look for authors and artist that portray POC in a positive, interesting light. One who has been my favorite for YEARS is Ross Campbell—not only is he an incredible artist (and one I look up to in so many ways), but he's an interesting story-teller and he has a variety of characters that just sort of... reel you in.

    Personal Site: http://greenoblivion.com
    deviantART: http://mooncalfe.deviantart.com

    Since this is a comic post, and I actively read comics, I thought I'd finally throw him your way. I'll go back to ghost-reading and lurking now, have a good one!

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  7. It's all so beautiful and awesome!

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  8. The last one reminds me of annoying my older sister. PLEASE TELL

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  9. I maintain that showing without telling is mean. *sniff*

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  10. @Sugabelly
    I guess patience is not one of my virtues.

    Are you kidding? When it comes to books, I have no will power at all. I have a huge note taped to this laptop reminding me that I should NOT order any more books this year. I've been very weak!

    @Leoprincess

    This book only has one full panel of each artist, but I personally think it's worth having. I love the panels and the articles.

    @Asantewaa

    Thanks for the links!

    @Everyone

    Alas, the telling is significantly LESS interesting than the SHOWING!

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