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fickes · 24 days ago
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the best time to grieve is when it spites the people who tell you not to
[ID: a 4-panel comic in medieval manuscript style of a person in blue sitting on a basket. /In 1 a person off-panel says: "What are you doing over there?" /2: That person comes on panel wearing yellow and helps Blue hold down the basket. Blue: "Trying to push down my grief about my illness" Yellow: "Have you tried platitudes?" /3: Blue yells at the basket: "'It could be worse!'" /4: A dragon pushes up the lid of the basket to yell: "It could be better" /end ID]
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henpendrips · a year ago
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Because I finished rewatching AtLA the other day.
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raccooncomic · 8 months ago
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113. Story Idea
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fickes · 7 months ago
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also it helps me walk or whatever
[ID: a digitally drawn two-panel comic. / Image 1: Text reads: “How I expected using a cane would feel:” Panel depicts a miserable person in tattered clothes, hunched over a cane and shaking as she walks. / Image 2: Text reads: “How it actually feels:” Panel depicts the same person, now standing tall and wearing flowing wizard robes and a long white beard. Her cane is at her side, glowing with magic, and she looks confident and powerful. /End ID]
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mikemaihack · a year ago
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Drew this comic last night about something that happened while I was working on Cleo 6.
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fickes · a year ago
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Disability Pride Month 07-23-20: villain?
(though a spider chair WOULD be pretty rad)
[ID: 2 digitally painted comic panels. /Image 1: Top text reads: "DISABLED PEOPLE IN MOVIES:" Panel depicts a bipedal crocodile without a left leg sitting in a robotic chair that has six spider-like legs. She grins and raises her hands in victory as she says: "I'm suffering all the time, so I'm going to make everyone else suffer! mwahahahaha" In the foreground is a bipedal dingo labeled "'hero,'" who cries and points at the crocodile. She says: "I think different bodies are scary!" /Image 2: Top text reads: "DISABLED PEOPLE IN REAL LIFE:" Panel depicts the same characters in a different scene. The crocodile uses crutches and makes a purchase in a store. The dingo is in the background, gaping and pointing at the crocodile's crutches. The crocodile says: "can u stop" /END ID]
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kizzycannon · 11 months ago
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I still have Owl House and particularly Lumity on the brain so here’s a little comic I thought might be cute about a ‘what if’ of them both having realised they have feelings for each other and have maybe only just started dating :)
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warandpeas · a year ago
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The first half of this weird year is already over. Let's celebrate this with our best comics of this year (so far) :)
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nadaboodraws · a year ago
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Bubbles & Boomer mini comic
Blossom & Brick’s mini comic: New haircut
Buttercup & Butch’s mini comic: Sorry Bro
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oletarts · 8 months ago
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it was a date!! sort of???
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onyx-ironic · a year ago
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so anyway my executive dysfunction annoys a lot of people in my life so i made a little comic about it.
its my first time making a comic  please be gentle
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without-ado · 3 days ago
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Peanuts' 1st African American Character:
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In America, after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968, the long-simmering problem of segregation and racial discrimination reached a boiling point.
One school teacher, Harriet Glickman, was so discouraged by what she saw in society, then she wrote to Schulz, urging him to introduce a black character into Peanuts. More
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Harriet Glickman believed that Schulz's comic strip could help shape American attitudes on race. The result of their correspondence was the character of Franklin, introduced to Peanuts fans in the summer of 1968.
Harriet Glickman recalled it later: "so much of Peanuts, I had taken Franklin for granted, but when we began the research for the 50th anniversary of his debut in the comic strip, I realized how much Sparky had to consider when he introduced a new character." More ll Charles M. Schulz Museum
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