i wouldve hoped that tumblr as a whole learned that sending anon hate isn’t okay but apparently not.
i’ve gotten wind that someone is sending hate to a few blogs. i dont think everyone understands these are real people with real feelings. whatever reason you have for sending hate, whatever justification you think you have for ruining their day? meaningless.
even if you have bad blood or hold a grudge with someone, even if you cant stand them, their friends, their loved ones, you know what you can do? you can block these people. you can unfollow them and blacklist their urls, or use word replacer add-ons to change their names and aliases to something unrelated that makes you happy, like “breakdancing mini dachshunds.” you’re pathetic if you send anon hate because you could be doing quite literally almost anything else while online. by going out of your way just to be a shitrooster and trying to ruin someone’s mood you’re doing far worse than whatever they might’ve done to you
New bi-monthly self-anthology “Shonen Jump” esque series by me, Corey Lewis.
Introducing Sun Bakery: a one-man Shonen Jump-esque comics anthology from Sharknifecreator, Corey Lewis. Each 48 page issue is jam packed with robo space adventure, paranormal skateboarding, breakdancing, and social swordplay. This landmark first issue debuts four new stories: “Dream Skills,” “Arem,” “Bat Rider,” and “Freeze.”
From the artist’s mouth: it’s hard to describe the potential of what the series means to me, but basically I feel it will be the most ultimate thing I’ve ever done in Comic Books. I hope you join me for this wild ride… I feel the series will start modestly enough but as it goes on I will be introducing some crazy, crazy things.
NOTES: “FREEZE” actually won’t be in this first issue. Our plan is to serialize the original PENG kickball story before I start running all the cool PENG-related side stories (Freeze, breakdancing story– STALL, hacky sack story)
I did a kickstarter for a self-published version of Sun Bakery a few years ago that I now call Sun Bakery #0– the content in that issue is totally unrelated to the all-new content in #1!!!!
cool cool cool hope you consider grabbing this book! ! ! <3
From fashion in France to hip-hop originators in the Bronx
For two years, Sophie Bramly captured New York City’s burgeoning hip-hop scene, including graffiti artists, breakdancers, and artists like Run DMC, the Beastie Boys, and Fab 5 Freddy. That landed her as one of the creators of Yo! MTV Raps. Now, she’s releasing an entire book of early hip-hop photography called. Walk this Way. See more shots of hip-hop history in The Guardian.