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This year’s Drink and Draw Like a Lady will be held on Friday April 4th starting at 7 pm. We’re happy to say that The Productive co-working space is hosting us again this year. They are located at 40 W. 38th St. (between 5th and 6th Ave) on the 5th Floor (there is an elevator).

All ages are welcome, 21+ to drink. Bring your mini comics, business cards, sketchbooks and your love of comics. Ladies only please!

We’re thrilled to be sponsored in part this year by Work Made for Hire, a Portland based company helping artists and freelancers protect their rights and get paid fairly for the work they do. Check out their services!

The 2014 flyer was designed by the wonderful Carey Pietsch!

A small group of us organize Drink and Draw Like a Lady. Thank you to everyone who has already donated via the PayPal button on the main DDLL Tumblr page! We will also have a tip jar at the party if you prefer to throw in a few bucks that way. If you want to bring food or beverages instead, those are also welcome. There will be DDLL button incentives available at the party for those who donate!

Can’t wait to see everyone. Please spread the word!

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Hey tumblr! If you want Lumberjanes issue 1-8 signed by me then I’ve got good news! Ive got a limited supply of issue 1-8 packs of both A covers (by the most excellent Noelle Stevenson) and variant cover packs (by insane talents like ::deep breath:: Kate Leth, Faith Erin Hicks, Daniel Corsetto, Kris Anka, Tessa Stone, Jess Fink, Madeline Flores, Aubrey Aiese, Carey Pietsch and so many more!) all kindly defaced with my signature (probably a crudely drawn sheep or lama).

All in the shop:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/BrookeofAllen

ADVENTURE TIME #30
Retail Price:
 $3.99
Author: Ryan North
Artists: Liz Prince, Carey Pietsch, Rebecca Tobin, Yumi Sakugawa, and Jon Vermilyea
Cover Artists: A: Mike Holmes B: Nick Iluzada (Subscription Cover) C: Luke Pearson (Incentive)
It’s a rad stand-alone ZINE Special! Enjoy this crazy special as the citizens of Ooo create their own zines to share. Marceline has a lot to say about her music, Peppermint Butler has a few life tips for anyone who will listen (and everyone should listen), and Finn creates his very first journal comic. A sick homage to DIY and mini-comics culture printed on uncoated paper and made to look like a zine from the ADVENTURE TIME gang!

I love this book.

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I made The Witches’ Daughters for Terrestrial, an anthology of earth-themed fantasy comics edited by Amanda Scurti. You can also read it at its forever home on my portfolio website.

The anthology debuted at SPX 2014, and now you can buy it here! It’s full of lovely comics and illustrations, and I’m very happy to be included in such good company. 

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Hey, I’m going to be at RIPEXPO this weekend, which is a brand-new comics and zine fest, free and open to the public.

I’ll be selling HANA DOKI KIRA and SOLID SIGHT 3D and a bunch of high-quality prints, so you should come and say hi to me and try out my weird stereogram comics.

I’ll also be moderating the Art For Girls panel with Suzy X, Carey Pietsch and Laurel Lynn Leake. Read all of their comics. And please join us for the panel :)

Check out the RIPEXPO tumblr for all the info!!!

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Lumberjanes 7, out October 15, 2014:

It’s a race through the woods and through everyone’s favorite cave of doom as the Lumberjanes make their way through previous obstacles. Now they know what answers they’re looking for and they are not going to leave until everything is out in the open. Only it looks like the boys’ camp might have other ideas…

SNEAK PEEK for You Can Do It, Put Your Back Into It

We are so excited to finally share some of the work for the upcoming exhibition You Can Do It, Put Your Back Into It. The exhibition is a collection of inspirational motivational posters, created by talented and go-getter designers and illustrators. These giant posters feature phrases to live by, personal motifs, poems, and all-around good advice!

Check out the entire collection on our website

And the prints on our online gallery shop


Creator Spotlights: Pietsch, Tribull, Johnson, Judge, McDonnell & Meathaus

Some creators who’ll be appearing at Philadelphia’s Locust Moon Comics Festival on October 25…

Carey Pietsch


Carey Pietsch is a cartoonist & illustrator based out of Philadelphia. She’s into stories about magic and empathy. Her comics have appeared in TerrestrialHana Doki KiraDirty Diamonds, and Secret Prison, and she’s drawn the artwork for backup shorts in Adventure TimeBravest Warriors, and Regular Show.

Website: careydraws.com
Tumblr: careydraws
Twitter: @careydraws

Carly Tribull


Carly Tribull makes educational comics and art focusing on biology, evolution, and entomology! She is currently a PhD candidate at the American Museum of Natural History, studying the evolution of parasitic wasps. Most of her comics are all-ages, with a specific focus on encouraging girls and under-represented minorities in science to engage in biology and natural history. Her other comics are autobiographical, focusing on what it means to be a woman in STEM careers, and why outreach education and involvement is essential to scientific careers.

Website: amnh.org/ology/features/wonderfulworldofwasps
Twitter: @cmtribull

Cathy G. Johnson


Cathy G. Johnson is an Ignatz Award-winning (Promising New Talent, 2014) cartoonist and printmaker from Providence, RI.

Website: cathyboy.com
Tumblr: cathyboy
Twitter: @cathyisgroovy

Chris Judge


Chris Judge is from Maryland. He works as a cabinet maker but spends all of his free time drawing comics, reading books in dead languages, and meditating. He fell in love with comics at the age of 4 when his father read an old, tattered Tales from the Crypt to him while he was suffering from a high fever and pneumonia. He has been reading them ever since.

Website: brightspiralcomic.com
Twitter: @_Chris_Judge

Chris McDonnell Meathaus


Chris McDonnell is a founding member of the Meathaus comics/art collective, and works on television and book projects via his commercial art studio McD Workshop LLC. He is the author/designer of Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo (Abrams), author/illustrator of Sasquatch’s Big Hairy Drawing Book (Chronicle Books), and designer/co-author of Unfiltered: The Complete Ralph Bakshi (Universe).
Meathaus is a loosely defined collective of friends and associates contributing to irregular comics and art anthologies, and an art-blog-website with a special emphasis on drawing, sketchbooks, and comics.

Website: chrismcd.commeathaus.com
Tumblr: chrismcd meathauscomics
Twitter: @meathaus

LOCUST MOON COMICS FESTIVAL
Philadelphia, PA / October 25, 2014
Website / Twitter / Facebook

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I’m thrilled to be doing the artwork for MARCELINE: GONE ADRIFT, a new 6-issue Adventure Time miniseries that Meredith Gran ( octopuspiecomic) is writing! Above are sneak peeks at my variant covers and some early concept art/character sketches. 

From the Newsarama press release:

Marceline is on a rampage for mysterious reasons, and the kingdom of Ooo is desperately scrambling to stop her. In trying to save both Ooo and Marceline herself, Princess Bubblegum accidentally propels Marceline into the farthest reaches of space…and strips her of her powers! Guilt-ridden, Princess Bubblegum sets off on a space rescue that’ll test the power of her mind…as well as the power of friendship.

The first issue will be out in January 2015. We’re all working really hard on this, and I can’t wait for you to get to read it!

ADVENTURE TIME: MARCELINE GONE ADRIFT #2 (of 6)
Retail Price:
$3.99
Author:  Meredith Gran
Artist: Carey Pietsch
Cover Artists: A: Reimena Yee  B: Adam Gorham (Subscription Cover) C: Kat Leyh INCENTIVE
Marceline finds herself in a whole new world while Princess Bubblegum realizes her mistake and starts planning how to bring her friend back. The threat to Ooo might be down for now, but one unlikely bun is going to suddenly find himself with too much power to handle!