I’ve been working on this project behind the scenes for a while now, and I’ve finally started actually illustrating it. This is Life is beautiful, a new graphic novel set after the end of the world. The apocalypsehas happened and zombies have taken over the world. One zombie wonders what the point of it all is, and makes a discovery that changes the world. It’s set in Birmingham, UK, because I love that city and it felt like the perfect backdrop for a post-apocalyptic disaster comic! You can read the first four pages by clicking on the link below. This will be published as a graphic novel in 2019, and I’m excited about what you guys will think about it. (PS, the above image is the cover of the comic, but it’s not completely finished yet! I love me some work in progress things :3
Read the First Four Pages Here
Two years ago, I was having a fairly typical conversation about who would win in a fight between superheroes. Out of nowhere, I came out with a question that grew into a much larger scale project: Who would win in a fight between Batman and the Powerpuff Girls?
From that, I started working on the script, and then the comic itself, and 50 pages later, it’s completely finished and available to read, for free, online:
Click here to read the full comic!
Feminism, to me, is the rejection of the idea that masculinity belongs only to men, and femininity belongs only to women.
It is the rejection of the idea that masculinity is “strong” and femininity is “weak”.
Feminine and masculine energies are both present in every person, in fluctuating, evolving amounts, and people express that in a variety of different ways.
Feminism is a celebration of those differences, and a movement to defend the equality of everybody, everywhere.