When spoken word artist Brenna Twohy tells you that she is an unabashed devotee of all things “Potterotica” — erotic fiction based in the magical universe of Harry Potter — your response probably shouldn’t be that her taste is “unrealistic.”
I’m happy to be getting to the point where I don’t have to feel weird about enjoying fanfiction, or having written a bunch of it. Partly it’s that the fandom experience has become more broadly shared. Partly it’s that I stopped giving a shit.
And as for why I like the porny sort of fanfiction, see above. She says it better.
I like sex with context. I like sex when it involves fully fleshed out characters. I like the backstories. I like feeling like these people do other things when they aren’t having sex.
Found this from when I did the “sleep deprivation comics”. Evidently I had some kind of idea but then I scrapped it and stopped and I’m SO GLAD BECAUSE THIS IS A LOT FUNNIER THAN ANYTHING I COULD ACTUALLY THINK OF
Listening to Jadakiss rap after almost a year of not listening to this stuff is like somebody saying “hi” and elbowing you down two flights of stairs. Just trying to hold on.
As a cartoonist, I don’t have a lot of sympathy for people in comics having problems writing because my other thing is rap and rappers write their asses off. Hundreds and hundreds of verses, how many individual pieces do you think the average artcomics cartoonist makes in their life? I don’t know, it’s probably not as much.
The thing about Jadakiss that’s really incredible is how much he’s been able to create within the most narrow of subject matter constraints. It’s always the same, but it’s usually high quality. I don’t get it.
"These niggas’ll never be able to fuck with me/ say my grace before i give ‘em a buck fifty" SON.
I’ve been back on a Jada-kick this week-soo this rings so true.
At the mere mention of the word Tetris, the game’s catchy electro song begins blaring in our heads. Artist Michael Johansson’s precisely stacked sculptures made from ordinary objects induce the same internal Nintendo soundtrack. Using found objects like old computer screens, keyboards, cars and suitcases, the Swedish designer creates incredible geometric sculptures - both inside the gallery and jammed into site-specific space