Agent Agnes
My table at Bookish Beasts at the Center for Sex and Culture. I’ll be here until 6 pm if you want to check it out!

My table at Bookish Beasts at the Center for Sex and Culture. I’ll be here until 6 pm if you want to check it out!

GaymerX2! Anita Sarkeesian talks with Carolyn Petit of Gamespot and Katherine Cross about internetting while female. Three very insightful and we’ll-spoken ladies. 

Our panel went well! I’ll see you locals tomorrow at Bookish Beasts at the Center for Sex and Culture. :)

GaymerX2! Anita Sarkeesian talks with Carolyn Petit of Gamespot and Katherine Cross about internetting while female. Three very insightful and we’ll-spoken ladies.

Our panel went well! I’ll see you locals tomorrow at Bookish Beasts at the Center for Sex and Culture. :)

GaymerX2! Anita Sarkeesian talks with Carolyn Petit of Gamespot and Katherine Cross about internetting while female. Three very insightful and we’ll-spoken ladies. 

Our panel went well! I’ll see you locals tomorrow at Bookish Beasts at the Center for Sex and Culture. :)

GaymerX2! Anita Sarkeesian talks with Carolyn Petit of Gamespot and Katherine Cross about internetting while female. Three very insightful and we’ll-spoken ladies.

Our panel went well! I’ll see you locals tomorrow at Bookish Beasts at the Center for Sex and Culture. :)

sexandculture:

Agent Agnes will be in the house on Sunday peddling her wares and greeting the lovely smut aficionados.

She’s been drawing for some awesome projects lately

Come see for yourself at Bookish Beast this Sunday.

T-Shirt design for DINO, a group I belong to. :)

T-Shirt design for DINO, a group I belong to. :)

Just in, I will also be at Bookish Beasts at the Center for Sex and Culture on Sunday, peddling my usual wares and chit chatting with other perverts.  Come on down!

I’ll be at another queer comics panel this Saturday, this time for GaymerX2 in San Francisco, once again organized by the wonderful Zan of Northwest Press.  Panel is on Saturday at 11 am. :)

3 out of 6 illustrations I recently completed for a feminist activist group in Yemen.  (They unfortunately do not have a website I can link to.)  The illustrations loosely followed the Little Red Riding Hood narrative, with an evil guard devouring an innocent girl and a Yemeni woman coming to her rescue like the hunter.

Today!

Queer Comics Expo, Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco. 11am - 5 pm. I will be tabling and participating in the panel Queer Comix… In All Directions! at 1:30. See you then!

awasteoftimecomic:

The cover for issue three! In which Rickets and Prester find out where Bill Watterson has been all these years, and why he hasn’t been writing more comics- He’s been the prisoner of Jim Davis, who has had him locked in a basement, forced to draw Garfield comics! Can Rickets and Prester rescue him?! 
This idea- that Jim Davis had imprisoned Bill Watterson and was forcing him to draw Garfield, in the style of Stephen King’s Misery- was the original idea that I had years ago that set off this whole storyline. It grew from a few strips into my statement about commercialism in art and my satire of the whole comics industry… It’s part of the reason I was doing the Douchebags of Comics cards. But it grew from a little thing into a graphic novel, and it’s taken me this long. When they find Watterson and he’s trapped by Davis, it’s supposed to be a surprise, but since we’re serializing this monthly I need to do solicitation blurbs for the later issues before people have even read issue one, and at some point I have to get around to telling people what the book actually is. And when I’ve told people the story, they’ve liked it and thought it was funny, so this stuff I haven’t been saying is the whole selling point of the thing… so here it is. 
Of course, there’s more to it than that and their adventure to rescue Watterson should be pretty entertaining for people to read!

awasteoftimecomic:

The cover for issue three! In which Rickets and Prester find out where Bill Watterson has been all these years, and why he hasn’t been writing more comics- He’s been the prisoner of Jim Davis, who has had him locked in a basement, forced to draw Garfield comics! Can Rickets and Prester rescue him?! 

This idea- that Jim Davis had imprisoned Bill Watterson and was forcing him to draw Garfield, in the style of Stephen King’s Misery- was the original idea that I had years ago that set off this whole storyline. It grew from a few strips into my statement about commercialism in art and my satire of the whole comics industry… It’s part of the reason I was doing the Douchebags of Comics cards. But it grew from a little thing into a graphic novel, and it’s taken me this long. When they find Watterson and he’s trapped by Davis, it’s supposed to be a surprise, but since we’re serializing this monthly I need to do solicitation blurbs for the later issues before people have even read issue one, and at some point I have to get around to telling people what the book actually is. And when I’ve told people the story, they’ve liked it and thought it was funny, so this stuff I haven’t been saying is the whole selling point of the thing… so here it is. 

Of course, there’s more to it than that and their adventure to rescue Watterson should be pretty entertaining for people to read!