Fangirls, I love Overwatch. I love all of the strong characters, the different play styles, and especially the wat Blizzard gave them all back stories. That’s why I picked up this anthology of Overwatch comics.
Fangirls, I had the amazing opportunity to send some questions to Annie Stoll and Kevin Jay Stanton of the fully funded 1001 Knights anthology. 1001 Knights is a project that seems beyond amazing, and is still available to back on kickstarter, which means you can get in on the action still! The next push goal is to get more foil color to the anthology covers, and they’re only about $5,000 away from that goal. You can learn more about and pledge to the kickstarter here.
At SPX a couple months back, I picked up this glorious anthology per my friend Charles’ recommendation. I was a bit on the fence at first, since I don’t really consider myself to be a gamer; I think I’m too casual to call myself that. This anthology told me that it’s alright to be casual; if you like playing games, you’re a gamer. I think that’s a very important message to spread, especially when there is so much “fake gamer girl” nonsense online now. But this anthology is here to remind you that you’re not alone, and you’re definitely worth the time.
Fangirls, you know how I made a rad list of the things I was going to do, and I tried to keep myself organized? It didn’t work. As soon as I got inside, I was reminded that SPX is huge and there are so many amazing creators, it’s easy to get overwhelmed.