1. It’s #FridayHappyHour and this week to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Dark Knight, we are randomly tucking Batman swag bags into orders placed today.

    We’re not saying that you’ll get this mask and immediately become a Batman-like hero in your own city. We’re not saying that by putting it on, you’ll strike fear into the hearts of criminals everywhere. That is absolutely not what will happen.

  2. Love this. #Repost from @baresark_artist —- I drew this for a friend of mine who has just had a graphic novel fully funded through Kickstarter, about his travels around his home country, the USA. This is one of the places he visited and I thought it would be nice to do a pinup for the graph!
    #drawnaway #drawnawaykickstarter #independentcomic #graphicnovel #usa #powellsbooks #roadtrip #cartoon #comics #comicbook #illustration #illustrator #illustrate #mangastudio #photoshop #sketch #sketchbook #sketching #indiecomic #kickstarter

  6. (Source: gemmacorrell)

  7. kellyangel:

    Apparently it’s not a legitimate reason to miss work. 


  8. "We need you to be ready. There is room up here… You will need each other. You will make stories that make you feel connected to others and the world and we will need that from you. Don’t be afraid. Start now."

    Kelly Sue DeConnick on female representation in comics.

    (Love her! Portlander, friend of Powell’s, and all around kick-ass lady.)

    Quote from DeConnick at The Comic Con Women of Marvel panel (via Jezebel).

  9. amandaonwriting:

    22 - 28 September 2013 is Banned Books Week

    What is Banned Books Week?

    Banned Books Week is the book community’s annual celebration of the freedom to read. Banned Books Week was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, book stores and libraries. More than 11,300 books have been challenged since 1982.

    Source for Comic

    The terror of puns and excessive adverbs!

    (via vintageanchorbooks)