So in case some of you guys haven’t heard the recent news regarding Thor 3- as of now Natalie Portman/Jane Foster is NOT returning to reprise her role as Jane.

But Marvel does have a actress by the name of Tessa Thompson (who is a woman of color) who’s rumored to play Valkyrie. And given the recent and ongoing fiasco that is the Stucky fandom…PLEASE protect Tessa and Valkyrie at all costs, of course she’s already getting some negative feedback from the Jane/Thor stans.

You know it will get worse- so I encourage you guys to call them out on their bullshit on sight, thank you.


In exchange for the Tin Can Brothers Kickstarter for the new musical SPIES ARE FOREVER surpassing $30K, we’re releasing this Broadway Lip Sync Battle starring SPIES ARE FOREVER cast members including Curt Mega, Mary Kate Wiles, Al Fallick, Tessa Netting, Brian Rosenthal, Joey Richter, and Corey Lubowich. Who do you think won??

We’ve still got a ways to go on our Kickstarter. So if you like what you see and want to see a kick-ass spy musical, please back SPIES ARE FOREVER!

Elena Ilinykh // she just wants to be like a princess. (Basically, a mini Tessa Virtue)

Hey All! So many of you probably saw this already, but STORYKILLER funded on Kickstarter in just under 72 hours - absolutely incredible! Thank you for all your support!

Pleased to show off the line art (above) for Meredith McClaren’s STORYKILLER piece of Tessa fighting…well…I can’t say with being too spoilerific but they looks awesomely terrifying, right?

We’ll be offering full color 11x17 prints of this once Meredith is finished, and because Meredith is particularly awesome we’ll have the original line art (an incredible 18x24 size!) available as well. Stay tuned!

And thanks again everyone!

- Kelly

Okay. Let’s start 2015 off right!

Here’s a peek at a GORGEOUS Ross Campbell Tessa Battle from the next volume of Storykiller!

Storykiller 2: All Of Them Are True will be out in 2015. I’m hard at work on it now and there will be more news in the coming months. GET PUMPED. :)

Huge thanks to my pal Ross Campbell who gave this illustration to me as a Christmas gift…I am a very very lucky girl. :)

If you don’t have the first volume of Tessa’s adventures you can still get the deluxe illustrated version (and cool swag!) here.

Or the cheap and/or digital versions on Amazon, here.

That Time Buffy Joined Up with the Snow Queen - A Talk with Kelly Thompson About her New Kickstarter, Storykiller!

You all know Kelly Thompson as my colleague on 3 Chicks Review Comics and more importantly as the writer of the super successful Kickstarter funded book “The Girl Who Would Be KIng” which blew away its funding target, received amazing reviews and … well I can’t tell you the rest .. but soon. Kelly is back with another Kickstarter project and it is just as amazing. This book is called Storykiller. What’s it about? Here’s the pitch from Thompson:

“It’s classic Fiction meets Buffy The Vampire Slayer for a new generation.”

That’s Tessa Battle, the titular character, and her team including Robin Hood and the Snow Queen. That piece is by Stephanie Hans but there are also more amazing artists in it including Dustin Nguyen, Ben Caldwell, Ming Doyle, Matthew Southworth, Kris Anka, Renae DeLiz, Ross Campbell and Noelle Stevenson and more! 

Kelly blew through her original funding goal in 72 hours but you can still get in and get some awesome extras.

Check out the Kickstarter here.

I did a Q&A with Kelly so she could tell us more about the project, how it came to be, and because this IS us, Batman.

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                             Paper work set aside, a book in the making pushed away as well in favour of his youngest. It wasn’t that he was pushing away the responsibility Charlotte had given him, but he was putting his child over the world that scorned his family. Countless battles he’d fought the Nephilim for Tessa, battles he was prepared to fight for the rest of his family. 

                                       “Lucie,” Dressed in a suit made with extra pockets for his shadowhunting possessions, he sought out his daughter. “What if I were to tell you I’ve taken time away from work to spend with you?”