Rob Beschizza at 5:35 pm Tue, Sep 4, 2012
ADVERTISE AT BOING BOING!
Be sure to play Edgy Comic Bingo, by Cathy Leamy, who creates comics herself and knows a thing or two about getting linked to. Click through for the full NSFW card.
August, 2012: Pixellated German Secretary of the Interior mask.
I’ve tried to cover most of the boing bases by centering my edgy comic around a steam punk feline banana copyright activist 8 bit self-constructed ukelele-playing super-heroine with princes leia’s hairdo (made out of cake).
Needs more bacon.
tristan, you forgot web privacy, shooping, and star wars, but you spread more than enough love around for us happy mutants!
Am I the only one who looked at this card and thought, “Fetishes on BB? WTF!?!” Do I need a special access code to get to that section of BB? (LOL) Actually, that might turn MAKE into something very, very scary. Please do not send me that code! (2xLOL)
Here is yer special key!
I didn’t test it, though – watch out for goatsex.
that’s what I thought. the comic-writer needs to substitute the word “year” for “month.” the latest entry in that search (other than this post) is from 2011 :/
try “steampunk mask” instead
“Preacher” gave me bingo starting in the upper left corner and going diagonally.
Preacher was the first thing that sprang to my mind as well. Just about anything by Garth Ennis would probably result in bingo.
Huh. The exact same ‘rules’ apply to making edgy animated short films.
Actually, mostly ‘boobs’.
Is this about Alan Moore’s Top 10?
I’m pretty sure Transmetropolitan gets a clean sweep of the board.
Everything Mark Millar has written ever.
well the “mention BoingBoing” rule appears to have worked.
I wanna “ride the blue meerkat.”
I think my comics have all of those!
Can someone tell me how to read past the boobs?
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My friend Jen Gardner has co-written a gorgeous recipe book called Meringue, which is all about the featherweight delicacy that turns desserts into works of art.
Peggy Burns of Drawn & Quarterly wrote about two concurrent art shows taking place in Chicago and New York in conjunction with the release of Chris Ware's graphic novel, Building Stories.
I love R. Crumb's sketchbooks. I have three of them, which are facsimile editions of his sketchbooks from the 60s and 70s.
Mark Frauenfelder at 4:26 pm Tue, Sep 4, 2012
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