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smallpresspreviews:

QUARTER MOON: THE END OF THE NIGHT

by Alexandra Beguez, Keren Katz, Charles Fetherolf, Rob Woods, James Comey, Maggie Eighteen, Annie Mok, Caitlin McCormack, Lindsey Wavrek, J.G. Jones, Toby Cypress, and Benjamin Marra.

Published by Locust Moon Press

The third issue of Locust Moon’s quarterly comics & illustration anthology, shining the spotlight where the sun don’t shine. Get weird and erotic with comics from Alexandra Beguez, Keren Katz, Charles Fetherolf, Rob Woods, James Comey, Maggie Eighteen and Annie Mok, escort ads from the mind of Caitlin McCormack, and illustrations by Lindsey Wavrek and JG Jones. Covers by Toby Cypress and Benjamin Marra.

60 pages, black & white and color, perfect bound

ISBN: 978-0-9899076-3-7

February 14, 2014

$6

Order here

Get your copy straight from the source since I’m all sold out of the copies I had.

Love it!

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fantagraphics:

 ”Every page you draw is your opportunity to draw the best page of comics ever. And you fail, but that’s all right.” –Ed Piskor, in interview with Pittsburgh Magazine

Word, Ed.

(Source: edpiskor, via spx)

folkloreshed:

SHADOW HILLS no. 4 by sean ford, just released at SPX 2014. photos by chris anthony diaz

Update to http://gregorycomix.storenvy.com/ 

Drawings for sale! Also, my book B+F which was selected for the Society of Illustrators 2014 Comics and Cartoon Art Annual! It also won a MoCCA Award of Excellence.

Update to http://gregorycomix.storenvy.com/

Drawings for sale! Also, my book B+F which was selected for the Society of Illustrators 2014 Comics and Cartoon Art Annual! It also won a MoCCA Award of Excellence.

ealperin:

feliscorvus:

starry-eyed-wolfchild:

Bee Hotels for Solitary Bees

You may be wondering what bees need a hotel for, when they make their own hives. The truth is that many species of bees are solitary – the do not live in hives but instead construct their own nest. The main reason for this is because in these species every female is fertile and this would not make for comfortable communal living in a hive.

Eeeeee! That is the cutest bee face I have ever seen poking out there like “you rang?”

More like, “You buzzed?”

;)

(via anomenon)