Hi! I’m damehelsing from The Drunk Duck Community and for today’s Sunday article I will be interviewing the lovely duo, Nic and Ben!!
So, Nic and Ben! Give us a little introduction!
Ben: well, my name is Ben, I'm the artist of Potato and Kraut, hosted on ...
Everyone has a different way of jotting down ideas, writing out their stories and planning their comic pages. (even if it may be on the walls too…)
When I was working on Scarred Eden (rip my baby project that’s on a reboot loop) I had a document of timelines ...
I saw a smaller youtuber talking about movies and she mentioned her belief that “Hollywood movies” - like, normal movies I guess she meant - are destructive to our psyche. ‘Our’ referring to we the viewing audience and society at large. She didn't elaborate in the video I saw; I'm ...
I’ve been revisiting a fantasy novel that I had fallen in love with as a teenager, The Axis Trilogy. As I was reading it I remembered what the author had said about the character Faraday and her intentions for her fate. She commented in an interview, “She was never ...
The KAMics Celebrates an Anniversary and YOU ARE INVITED to Sign-Up to Participate in the 500th Quackcast Episode on Google Chat this Saturday (October 10th)!kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Oct. 5, 2020
Photo: “Gertrude and Brunhilda” from The KAMics by KAM
Next Sunday, October 11, The KAMics will have been online for 16 years.
Where does the time go?
Have a nice day,
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Now that's a little TOO scary!
Horror is perfect for metaphor and allegory. In fact, a horror story is often allegorical by default, what with its bizarre landscapes and freaky beasties.
Here are some categories of horror and some thoughts on what they symbolize:
psycho killer! Qu ...
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This week we're talking about cultural appropriation, cultural adaption and adoption, also stereotypes and all sorts of related stuff. It was inspired by a newspost from ...