I was originally going to drop this into the comic review slot, but this is more of a zine than anything else, and since I’m on a roll with Last Man comics, I figured we could pop this in here. And as wild as that title sounds, it’s exactly what it says; a book about self care, written by Skeletor.
I picked up this comic a couple weeks ago at Earthworld because I liked the size. It’s a small format book, much like a zine, and seemed to have art I enjoyed in it. I got it home and read it, and was incredibly happy that I picked it up.
Wow, Fangirls. This was easily the most amazing show I’ve ever been to.
Fangirls, I hate catcalls. I hate catcallers. I hate dude’s who whistle at ladies. I hate dudes who honk their horns at ladies to “let them know they look good.” Above all, though, I hate how women have been conditioned to react to catcalls.
Awhile back, I had an interview with the ever fantastic Solomon Fletcher and the other day they sent me a copy of their comic The Forest which was printed for the NRMLC Zine of the Month Club in March. It was the most lovely 12 page comic.
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Hey Fangirls! Last week, I noticed that a documentary I’d been dying to watch had finally be added to Netflix. I was filled with joy, and then stuffed with even more once I watched it. The Punk Singer follows the career & passion of Kathleen Hannah, revolutionary punk rocker & feminist.