I’ve been a big fan of Gudsnuk for 4-5 years now. She made Henchgirl, a fantastic webcomic-turned-graphic novel about a Henchgirl who didn’t like her job. Now, she has released Making Friends through Scholastic’s Graphix publishing house, and I’m so glad I got to read it.
We’re in the point of the year that’s spent wrapping presents for people we care about and all I can think about is how I won’t see my family on Christmas this year. I was in NY last week to do the holidays and it felt nice, but as we get closer to the actual holiday, I feel cruddy. It’s not about the presents, it’s about feeling cared about. And my family makes me feel that way.
Fangirls and boys, I don’t know about you, but I struggle with not feeling like a bother to my friends and family. I don’t know why it’s such a constant (other than the anxiety and depression), but its a serious issue.
Fangirls, it’s here. The comic I’ve been losing my mind over for the past couple of months, Zodiac Starforce, was released today. If you’ve been following my twitter, or instagram, or know me at all, you know that I’ve been in love with one character, Kim, since I saw her. I cosplay as her, obsess over her, all that jazz. Now I’ve been able to finally “meet” her, and it’s amazing.
Warning: this contains first issue spoilers. You should go read the issue.
I know I’m behind, Fangirls, but I’m working to catch up. These three issues show us what happens to The Roanoke cabin when they’re given a free day to split up and do what they want; Jo, April, and Ripley decide to earn some “normal” badges while Mal and Molly go on a date, excuse me, a picnic.
Fangirls, recently I’ve been talking myself up online, and to my friends. Out of nowhere, I’ve gained this gusto, this confidence, that I can’t really explain. I’m okay with it, but I do worry that sometimes it’s too much.