I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them.
- (via darkparad-se)
The reasons for challenging comic books run the gamut from anti-family to unsuited to age group, and this infographic designed by Tim Leong reveals the biggest reason comics are challenged: sexual content, which has been used to challenged books as diverse as Amazing Spider-Man: Revelations, Pride of Baghdad, Stuck in the Middle, and more. Take a look.
"Emma" Collection by Mark Demsteader
Seen in Central Park
I’m going to be signing books tomorrow evening at the Upper East Side Barnes and Noble on 86th Street, from 6pm to 9pm. (No speeches or anything, just a casual, run-of-the-mill signing.)
I know it’s last minute, but I made the decision rather impulsively because the manager Will made me a sign, and I was quite touched. The negotiations went something like this:
"Wow! A sign!"
“Will you do an event here?”
So here’s Will and the sign he made. After I took his photo, Will asked me if I was going to include the fact that he used to work as a callboy.
“You were a callboy?” I asked.
“Of course not,” he replied. “I give that shit away for free.”
I’ve been thinking too much of you
- La Dispute (via loveisafestival)
my friend drew this omg