This page goes out to all of you who worried this comic would end up 100% cleavage-free. And, speaking of lady parts, it sure is nice to finally pass the Bechdel Test. For those of you unfamiliar with its hallowed tenets:
1) two (named) female characters who
2) have a conversation
3) in which they discuss something other than a man.
Seattleites and early arrivers to Emerald City Comicon, take note: I’m part of a webcomics exhibition at the University of Washington’s Henry Art Gallery this month. The exhibit opens on March 3, and I’ll be part of an open-to-the-public panel discussion on the evening of March 29. Mark your calendars!
Lastly: check out these sweet little comic book pendants I’ll be selling at ECCC:
I just got my first batch in the mail from printsess.com, and I couldn’t be more pleased with how the design turned out. Whee! Convention-goers will get first shot at buying them, and then I’ll give the internet its chance later in April.test Filed under Family Man, commerce | Comment (1)