This month is mental health awareness month. Let’s stop the stigma, encourage tolerance, and inform the ignorant!
My dream is one day May will be to mental health as October is to breast cancer. Let’s be so aware of mental health that we are tired of talking about it, but everyone knows to get regular depression screenings and no one is embarrassed to seek help. And if you’ve dealt with or are dealing with mental health issues you get to run at the front of a race in a bright shirt that says SURVIVOR on it.
(Source: missnothingface, via misspixnmix)
In a way, that’s always been the real monetary value of comics for me; $2.99 an issue for Grant Morrison’s Batman was a steal not just because it was a great read once, not just because it was a great read ten times, but because I could talk about it for hours and never get bored. The entertainment value per cent was immense, for me.
I’m going through old hard drives and finding forgotten stuff. This cartoon bear in a hat gives pretty good advice. I found this and immediately did some wrist stretches and it felt pretty nice.
I got these stretches from my Mom, who got them from her physical therapist. Mom hurt her hand playing handbells but the exercises seem to work for cartooning-related cramping too.
Please be careful with your arm-parts. Do not take medical advice from a cartoon bear in a hat.
I had these taped on the wall for a while. Now that I know they are good for handbell playing as well as drawing, I will have to do them more often.
I discoverd the closed captions in the Cartoon Network viewer app with interesting results. I think just about every other line was [Gasps].
Hey Tumblr! I’ve been making a comic called Rutabaga! for over a year and a half now and I recently realized I should be sharing them with you the whole time! You can start reading here - Rutabaga Chapter 1 Page 1 or read the newest page here - Current Page So I hope you like it! I update every Monday and Wednesday! Enjoy and share with your friends if you wouldn’t mind! Thanks! Eric
Rutabaga is probably the funnest (most fun) webcomic I am reading right now. Granted, most of the other comics I read are adventure dramas, half of which feature some sort of tragic romance, but I think my review still stands otherwise.