January, 2012


#793; In which it Happens Anyhow


The League of Ordinary Ladies: The Girl With the Trash Pile

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#792; The Contrary Method

The Violet Hours featured a really lovely vintage book planter that would be really fun to create for your home. More: Growing Sprouts in Comic Books from Craftzine.com blog http://blog.craftzine.com/archive/2012/01/book_planters.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+craftzine+%28CRAFT%29

Book Planters

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#791; The Subjective Event

Previously: The Bad Hat. Esther C. Werdiger has a weekly podcast and a rich internet life, but also a job in Jerusalem. — See more posts by Esther C. Werdiger 23 comments from The Hairpin http://thehairpin.com/2012/01/the-league-of-ordinary-ladies-keep-them-googling?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+thehairpin%2FBdYj+%28The+Hairpin%29

The League of Ordinary Ladies: Keep Them Googling

The hits keep coming! Here’s the new one from Andrew Bird. It’s a happy-maker. — See more posts by Alex Balk 2 comments from The Awl http://www.theawl.com/2012/01/andrew-bird-eyeoneye

Andrew Bird, “Eyeoneye”

Microsoft has jumped onto the free-to-play bandwagon with its latest game, a text-driven adventure called Visual Studio 2010. The innovative new game marries the traditional interactive fiction text adventure with its arcane commands and exploration with the free-form, open-ended gaming pioneered by the likes of SimCity. There are two major modes to the game, a […]

Microsoft keeps it old-school with a pricey text adventure game, Visual Studio 2010

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#789; In which the World is a Masterpiece

I have been obsessing over Medieval history in the past while. It only seemed natural to come back to the world of our old friends. I like the idea of recurring characters in this strip, and that’s why you’re seeing more of it! Though we might take them from 15th century to 14th century. The […]

Peasants return

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#788; In which occurs an Early Dinner

Vintage Russian ephemera is one of my favorite things, so I was instantly mesmerized by pictures of this curious little scrapbook that was discovered in a junk store in Tajikistan by visual artist Paul Prudence. Within it were pages with collaged panels containing imagery ranging from depictions of cosmonauts, political figures, musical iconography and political […]

Soviet-Era Graphics Scrapbook