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joekeatinge:

The End (Until December) is Here. In-stores/digital on Wednesday.

stacks of my comics stacks of my comics stacks of my comics i’m so happy

joekeatinge:

The End (Until December) is Here. In-stores/digital on Wednesday.

stacks of my comics stacks of my comics stacks of my comics i’m so happy

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I’ve been interviewed my Kyle Welch over at Page and Panels. I had a great time chatting and going through Shutter #3, describing my artistic choices page by page. A better description:
"On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by the amazing artist Leila Del Duca. Leila and Kyle break down her art from issue three of the Image series Shutter. Leila provides consistently wonderful art, action and characters to pair with writer Joe Keatinge’s engrossing and humorous world and story. Leila talks about bring emotion to the faces of animals, how to draw people getting thrown around, and The NeverEnding Story. ”

I’ve been interviewed my Kyle Welch over at Page and Panels. I had a great time chatting and going through Shutter #3, describing my artistic choices page by page. A better description:

"On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by the amazing artist Leila Del Duca. Leila and Kyle break down her art from issue three of the Image series Shutter. Leila provides consistently wonderful art, action and characters to pair with writer Joe Keatinge’s engrossing and humorous world and story. Leila talks about bring emotion to the faces of animals, how to draw people getting thrown around, and The NeverEnding Story. ”

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Alarm Cat pin-up for Mr. Greg E. All y’all who love reading throw your hands up!
Or something.

Alarm Cat pin-up for Mr. Greg E. All y’all who love reading throw your hands up!

Or something.

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nappynomad:

socialjusticekoolaid:

The Ferguson City Council convened for the first time since Mike Brown’s death, and proved that they literally give no fucks about what the community has to say. Added to their vague, paltry proposed reforms, seems real change will have to come in Ferguson via the ballot box. I don’t care where you live folks— let this be a lesson in voting/participating in your local elections and government! #staywoke #farfromover 

My people getting it!

these people are the real heroes. not the military, not politicians, not the Hollywood actors. they risked their lives and livelihoods to challenge white supremacy and institutionalized racism.

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smallpresspreviews:

Know Me Now: The Fifth Collection of Spinadoodles

by Sam Spina

Published by Tinto Press

Spinafans rejoice! Sam’s done it again in this 5th (and final?) collection of his wonderful diary comics, Spinadoodles. His finest work yet, the writing style, drawing ability, humor and sense of timing have all reached new Spinaheights. The relatable nature of his comics are what sets them apart. His biggest strength is that he can take scenes from his Spinalife, seemingly unmodified or exaggerated, and present them in such a hilarious way. It’s a sensitivity-colliding-with-reality take on the world. In addition to all that, his design Spina-sense is impeccable. A must-read for all Spinafollowers. If you’re not, pick up a copy of Know Me Now, The 5th collection of Spinadoodles. You’ll be a fan too; Spinawise. 

TPB 4x6” BW 176 pg

$10

Available from Tinto Press.

Wholesale Pricing Available.

Order here www.tintopress.com

You can order my new book from my publisher! I’ll put it on my webstore next week if you want to buy it from me

I’m always thrilled when reading a new Spinadoodles collection. Do yourselves a favor and buy this. Sam’s the best.

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Hi. THis is mye new comig, Shutter #7. It’sauf cool. Pls read in December.
More reading abouts here: linskies lol lol

Hi. THis is mye new comig, Shutter #7. It’sauf cool. Pls read in December.

More reading abouts here: linskies lol lol

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drawlequin:

kitandcat:

The Black Bull of Norroway is a graphic novel based off of a classic fairy tale. It features a strong heroine, Sibylla, and a diverse cast of characters that, we hope, will offer representation to a variety of groups. The comic is a collaborative work from artist-writer-sister team, Kit and Cat Seaton, who have finally come together for the sake of this work.

ABOUT THE STORY

Sibylla is just nine years old when the forest witch changes her life forever. A prophecy: she will be the bride the Black Bull of Norroway. In some ways, this is a blessing. As Sibylla grows she can avoid the advances of other boys, claiming a betrothal to a creature who may or may not exist. Sure, her life may be a life of waiting, but it is her own. Until the Bull comes to collect his due, and Sibylla discovers the prophecy wasn’t simply mincing words. The Bull is, quite literally, a bull.
This story follows Sibylla as she struggles to come to terms with her fate, a fate she’s not sure that she wants. Along the way, she must question the very nature of humanity itself. What makes a man? Is it blood and bone? Is it mercy, compassion? Or is it something else?
A tale of expectations and crushing reality, truth and illusion, The Black Bull of Norroway is more than just another fairy tale adaptation. It is a beautifully illustrated glimpse into the human condition.

ABOUT THE CREATORS

Kit and Cat Seaton are a team of sisters who strive to tell stories to illuminate the dark. Both have been devoted to their respective crafts from childhood, always harboring the ambition to draw, to write, to create art that possesses a breath of life.
At eight years age difference, it wasn’t until Kit returned from her first year of college that the two began to combine their talents. Cat writes the script, and Kit transforms words into images. They have tossed around many projects and now, after years of striving to find the right story, Kit and Cat are ready to begin sharing their vision with the world.

Our fundraising campaign will launch on Patreon on Oct. 1st. The webcomic will go live on Oct. 31st, update weekly, and be free to the public to read. Please follow us on Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter @petramagpie to receive updates! We’re so excited to show you what we’ve made, and there is so more to come!

Kit & Cat

Here’s a quick glimpse of what I’ve been working on all Summer! I’m so excited about this project, please help us out and share the news!

YEAH! I’m so excited for this. I love Kit’s artwork and storytelling. Support her if you can as this will be a project well worth funding.

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joekeatinge:

Our new banner stands debuting at Rose City Comic Con, tables G09 + G10.

Banners, right? I mean, they’re cool. They represent, yo. Like who the banner belongs to. Because it’s like saying, Hey, this person is sitting in front of the banner, and this is what their stuff looks like. And if they look cool enough, someone might come over and say, Hey, this is a cool image, what are you selling that I can throw my money at. Whatever, I’m not going to explain it to you, just come see them in person at Rose City Comic Con this month.

joekeatinge:

Our new banner stands debuting at Rose City Comic Con, tables G09 + G10.

Banners, right? I mean, they’re cool. They represent, yo. Like who the banner belongs to. Because it’s like saying, Hey, this person is sitting in front of the banner, and this is what their stuff looks like. And if they look cool enough, someone might come over and say, Hey, this is a cool image, what are you selling that I can throw my money at. Whatever, I’m not going to explain it to you, just come see them in person at Rose City Comic Con this month.

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Part 2 of The Pantheon Project is up on Comixology today for only 99 cents! Written by Erik Taylor, drawn by me, colored by Kit Seaton.
Here’s a nice ol’ review from Coming Up Comics.
I’m working on page 14 of the 4th and final issue of Pantheon today and I have to say the end of this story is ridiculously fun and I can’t wait to share it with everyone! Erik’s written a wonderful finale, and Kit continues to make my lines look better than they ever could without her.
Oh yeah! And if you want to purchase the complete printed Issue #1 of The Pantheon Project, we’re selling some here.

Part 2 of The Pantheon Project is up on Comixology today for only 99 cents! Written by Erik Taylor, drawn by me, colored by Kit Seaton.

Here’s a nice ol’ review from Coming Up Comics.

I’m working on page 14 of the 4th and final issue of Pantheon today and I have to say the end of this story is ridiculously fun and I can’t wait to share it with everyone! Erik’s written a wonderful finale, and Kit continues to make my lines look better than they ever could without her.

Oh yeah! And if you want to purchase the complete printed Issue #1 of The Pantheon Project, we’re selling some here.

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joekeatinge:

Here’s the opening spread of Shutter #7 by leiladelduca + Owen Gieni. 
We’re putting the issue to press this week and man oh man this spread. #7 wraps up our first arc before we break until #8’s release in December. As you can see, some fish and a turtle are featured, as well as threads we haven’t connected yet getting tied together in a fairly bloody fashion. Plus, Alarm Cat. 

Owen, as usually, destroyed it on colors. I had a lot of fun with this double page spread at the beginning of Shutter #6 because forests are the coolest. 

joekeatinge:

Here’s the opening spread of Shutter #7 by leiladelduca + Owen Gieni. 

We’re putting the issue to press this week and man oh man this spread. #7 wraps up our first arc before we break until #8’s release in December. As you can see, some fish and a turtle are featured, as well as threads we haven’t connected yet getting tied together in a fairly bloody fashion. Plus, Alarm Cat. 

Owen, as usually, destroyed it on colors. I had a lot of fun with this double page spread at the beginning of Shutter #6 because forests are the coolest. 

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postracialcomments:

Update, 4:30 p.m.: The ACLU, responding to BuzzFeed's Chris Geidner on Twitter, says that the officer involved in the incident described above has been removed from duty following a public ACLU complaint.

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The phrase “rubber bullets” is often used to describe what are more accurately termed “rubber-coated metal bullets”, heavy steel projectiles with a minimal coating of 1mm or 2mm of rubber, that are regularly used to lethal effect alongside — not instead of — live ammunition.

Rubber-coated metal bullets are fired from metal tubes placed on the end of high-velocity rifles such as the M-16s commonly used by Israeli troops. Tubes contain around 8 rubber-coated, cylindrical, steel projectiles, which are powered by blank rounds fired from the gun’s magazine.

[….]

Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, [doctors] said firing the bullets at civilians made it “impossible to avoid severe injuries to vulnerable body regions such as the head, neck and upper torso, leading to substantial mortality, morbidity and disability.”

They added: “We reported a substantial number of severe injuries and fatalities inflicted by use of rubber bullets when vulnerable upper-body regions such as the head, neck and upper torso were struck.

“This type of ammunition should therefore not be considered a safe method of crowd control.”

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Misleading terminology: “Rubber” bullets  (via wot4)

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kharyrandolph:

Techjacket #5. By Joe Keatinge, Khary Randolph & Emilio Lopez.

Started reading this series a couple days ago and it ROCKS MY SOCKS OFF. Oh look, now the socks are running away. Hey! Come back here! Whatever, I guess I’ll just read more Techjacket to drown my sock woes.

kharyrandolph:

Techjacket #5. By Joe Keatinge, Khary Randolph & Emilio Lopez.

Started reading this series a couple days ago and it ROCKS MY SOCKS OFF. Oh look, now the socks are running away. Hey! Come back here! Whatever, I guess I’ll just read more Techjacket to drown my sock woes.

(via joekeatinge)

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iwriteaboutfeminism:

Chaos in Ferguson. Sunday night, part 1

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