Posts Tagged: fan art

Aug 20
The Zine is Out There

The Zine is Out There

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Calling all X-Files fans! We have a great fanart zine for you from our friend Autumn Crossman that features our two favorite FBI agents as crime-solving teens. This twenty page, hand-illustrated zine features a teenage Fox Mulder contemplating the mysteries of the universe (“Do you think bigfoots know how to kiss?”)… Read more »

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May 30
Fan Art Friday: Blue

Fan Art Friday: Blue

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This week we’re featuring Blue, also known as hoursago on tumblr. Why? Because her art never fails to make us all grin like idiots, particularly her Clint Barton. Her style is cartoonish and fantastic and I’m just gushing at this point but just look at her stuff and you’ll understand…. Read more »

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May 23
Fan Art Friday: Megan Lara

Fan Art Friday: Megan Lara

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Welcome to Fan Art Friday, where we talk about our favorite fan artists! This week’s post features the amazingly talented Megan Lara. Back a few years ago, I snagged the Firefly Les Femmes posters from Quantum Mechanix at San Diego Comic Con, and thus began my love affair with Megan… Read more »

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Oct 23
Found on the Internets!

Found on the Internets!

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Have-You-Upgraded-To-Mavericks-Yet Edition! A slightly stale link, but Fanboys Don’t Like Black Widow’s ‘Huge’ Role in the Avengers Sequel.  My response, which is my typical response when guys whine about women actually getting screentime, is this: Even more disappointing than the usual “oh no! girls in the playhouse!” response from fanboys… Read more »

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Oct 09
Found on the Internets!

Found on the Internets!

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Welcome to another installment of Pamela, Amanda, and Brittany Finally Close All Those Tabs.  Can I just say that Pocket is the best thing ever? Over at xojane, Chaka Cumberbatch writes about how we need more representation for black girls in geek culture.  This is a fantastic post from a… Read more »

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