Pronounced "ska-lya." A little curated space for my interests. Primary fandoms: Spider-Man and Doctor Who. Proportion of political content may vary.
I also run @#$% Yeah, Spider-Wife!, a Mary Jane Watson tumblog.
Icon credit: made by me using art by Andie Tong.
Very first images I’ve done for the Agito Cosmos project in 2011. Agito cosmos is a french comic book I’m working on with the great Olivier Milhaud !
Recently picked up vol. I of this series on a Comixology sale and I’m v. annoyed it hasn’t been translated from the French yet because I have so many Anglophone friends I think would enjoy it.
I did a sketch of the new Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan! The first issue just came out, and it rules!
Color sketch of the new Ms. Marvel by comics artist @RonDanChan!
Stuart Immonen 2008: Never as Bad as You Think
Stuart is back working with Kathryn! For those of you who don’t know the story, Never as Bad as You Think is the product of creating a webcomic based on a “word of a day” from illustrationfriday.com. In their case, they wove these widely varied webcomics together, using “links” to bridge the scenes (not unlike Monty Python’s technique to avoid having to think up endings for their sketches).
Anyway, this is one of my favorite scenes from this wonderful book, because the idea of birds talking about David Attenborough made me laugh out loud.
I’ve been wanting to read this for a while, and now it’s available on Comixology! I love living in the future.
Who is Marjorie M. Liu?
Attorney, novelist, and comic book writer are just a few of Marjorie Liu’s occupations. Born in Philadelphia, she attended law school at the University of Wisconsin. After traveling for 16 years throughout Asia and working in a U.S. embassy in Beijing, China, Liu made the decision to give up law to become a full time writer. Currently, Liu is a New York Times bestselling author.
What has she written?
Since she is both a novelist and comic book writer, Liu exists in the best of both worlds:
Comics (a complete list can be found here)
Astonishing X-Men #48-68 (undoubtedly one of the best runs I have ever read)
Black Widow: Name of the Rose #1-5 (a great entry point for many Black Widow fans)
X-23 #1-21 (following Laura Kinney in her own ongoing) Dark Wolverine #75-90 (following Daken, Wolverine’s son)
Daken: Dark Wolverine #1-9 (also following Daken, Wolverine’s son)
NYX #1-6 (follows Kiden Nixon, a mutant who can manipulate time)
Novels (a complete list can be found here)
The Dirk and Steele series (paranormal romance)
Hunter Kiss series (urban fantasy)
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Peter Parker - Spider-Man by Stefano Caselli
I like this style experiment of Caselli’s. His Spidey always looks fab but this is the best Peter Parker I’ve seen him do. And the colors make for a nice naturalistic effect.