the cover to Overstreet’s FAN #7 by Dave Sim, Gerhard, Richard Sala, Terry Moore, Evan Dorkin, Chris Ware, Mark Hempel, Reed Waller, Peter Bagge, Jim Woodring, Paul Pope, Drew Hayes, Shannon Wheeler, and Bernie Mireault
An advance copy of CALLA CTHULHU arrived today from Dark Horse Comics! So surprised I lost a sanity point!
Written by Sarah Dyer (and myself), pencils by co-creator Erin Humiston, inks by Erin and Mario Gonzalez, colors by Bill Mudron, lettering by Nate Piekos, CALLA CTHULHU collects the Stela comics app series in 240 full-color pgs of weird action-adventure/horror for the less-than-terrifying retail price of $12.99.
Our great new volume one ships in late-August to comic shops, bookstores and libraries that conducted the correct rituals to receive it. It can also be found at a certain unnameable online retail entity that fills many in our field with dread and awe.
atheism absolutely does not inherently = dudebro nu atheist Dorkins-worshipping sapios*xual nonsense, sure, and there are aspects of organised religious communities & histories of religious imperialism that it is essential to criticise and condemn (n I will be the first to say this), but I’m still not sure how you can say that atheism provides a space for that critique that doesn’t have the potential to exist within religious communities or alongside religious belief. so that’s my hot take 📝
You seem to like KC’s anime club. In my opinion that comic by him has always
been a ripoff of Eltingville (not that it’s wrong to get inspiration
from others, but KC’s fans have gone so far as accusing Eltingville of
being the ripoff, fucking idiots), and I think KC’s even admitted to
Eltingville is a hilariously cynical story about a group of geeks that holds a mirror up to the entire unhealthy misogynistic western nerd media fandom.