Only 10 images, Tumblr? How arbitrary.
To fit everything in one post I had to pair up the comics; hopefully it won’t be too confusing to read.
These are my comics for Hourly Comic Day! The rules: On Feb 1st, document every hour of your waking day with a comic. It’s both an awesome and awful exercise. Awesome because, duh, comics. Awful because half the day is spent comic-making and the other half is spent desperately trying to squeeze a story out of trivial events, shining light on one’s painfully dull existence.
But eff it, I saw The Hobbit Part 2 with the hubs and it was freaking awesome.
7 reasons ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ is the most progressive sitcom on TV
While Brooklyn Nine-Nine surprised many Golden Globes viewers when it took home two trophies at this year’s ceremony, its freshman season has been churning out one solid episode after another. And not only is the show hysterical, but it may be the most progressive show on TV. The cop comedy is on-point when it comes to portraying women, gay characters and people of color. Other shows should take notes when attempting to deliver a similarly progressive message to a millennial audience.
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Brooklyn Nine-Nine has quickly become my new favorite sitcom and it KILLS ME that nobody I know outside my apartment watches it.
Re: the article, I would argue that the show does NOT subvert the “nice guy gets the girl” trope, because Boyle blatantly states that Diaz “will” go out with him one day, in addition to his constantly fawning after her.
That said, the show is still a breath of fresh air and the one place I can go to judge “mouth feel.”
Last month’s BYOB, about brainstorming a new beer over late-night drinks.
Just for funsies I’m showing the original line art, before I covered most of it with swaths of black, because I want you to see the Easter Egg that is the name of the bar: Boo Matty’s. It’s what I call my husband in my phone (and nowhere else).
Heavily influenced by the work of Vincent Giard, particularly Les Piéces Détachées (No. 3) with David Turgeon, which the hubs and I bought while traveling in Québec City. The depiction of lighting and time of day using strictly black and white is masterful in this comic.