YOU’RE FALLING FOR SOME BIG IDIOT → LISTEN ☆ an upbeat klance fanmix commissioned by @pavonem!!
i. bad day // darwin deez ii. nemeses // jonathan coulton iii. teenage victory song // weezer iv. my year in lists // los campesinos! v. you’re falling for some big idiot // renard vi. cinnamon lips // ok go vii. problems // mother mother viii. rollercoaster // the bleachers ix. never gonna leave me // sia
x. video games // the young proffesionals xi. rail trail // halley labs associates
01. When You’re Evil — Voltaire || 02. Exit Strategy of a Wrecking Ball — Diablo String Orchestra ||03. Super Villain — Powerman 5000 || 04. I Can’t Decide — Scissor Sisters || 05. Bad To The Bone — George Thorogood || 06. Evil Ways (Justice Mix) — Blues Saraceno || 07. Am I Evil? — Diamond Head || 08. Villain — Theory Of A Deadman || 09. Skullcrusher Mountain — Jonathan Coulton || 10. Villain Song — Kirby Krackle ||
WIP sketch for another doodle I’m working up, based on a the song “The Future Soon” by I Fight Dragons.
It is a Donnie song and no one can convince me otherwise.
Correction edit! Jonathan Coulton wrote this song, and I Fight Dragons covered it. Thanks for the info, NOW I HAVE MORE DON MUSIC TO LISTEN TO MUAHAH!
A children’s book based on the beloved Jonathan Coulton song. Written by Greg Pak with art by Takeshi Miyazawa.
Okay, I’m mere hours away from heading out to London, but let me point something out to you awesome people. greg-pak and jonathancoulton have a new Kickstarter up to make a book of “The Princess who Saved Herself” the awesome song by Jonathan Coulton.
When I started writing Princeless, a lot of people asked me if I knew this song. I did not. Eventually, some time after writing volume 2, I looked it up.
Obviously it’s great.
When the Kickstarter for Code Monkey Save World came around this book was announced as a stretch goal and getting a good look at the princess (who is obviously a young girl of color) a lot of people asked me what I thought about it and if I felt l thought it was too close to Princeless.
The answer to that is I think it’s great. Part of the reason Princeless exists is that I didn’t feel like there were enough depictions of strong young women of color in leading roles. There still aren’t. But this makes one more and dammit if it isn’t a good looking one.
So please support this book and these creators. They do great work and are some of my personal favorites. Also, I’m starting a rumor that Greg Pak is going to let me write an issue of Storm. It’s not true, but I’m saying it anyway!
So, if your bookshelf has room for two independent black princesses, pick up both Princeless and The Princess who Saved Herself, because that still puts it at about a million to one ration with books about blond white princesses.