Posts tagged "Stephanie Buscema"
Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake #2 by Natasha Allegri, with back-up by Lucy Knisley, covers by Rebecca Mock, Stephanie Buscema, and Maris Wicks
DON’T MISS FAN-FAVORITE ADVENTURE TIME CHARACTERS FIONNA AND CAKE IN THEIR OWN SERIES! Get in on this explosively popular new ADVENTURE TIME mini-series, written and drawn by FIONNA AND CAKE creator and ADVENTURE TIME storyboard artist Natasha Allegri! What will Fionna and Cake do with a flame-boy to care for? Find out in the hottest series of the year!
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #3, written by Katie Cook, covers by Stephanie Buscema and Amy Mebberson
The Mane 6 enter the heart of the Changeling Kingdom to rescue their friends! Danger lurks everywhere, and each Pony will have to put their best hoof forward if they are to survive the night! Unfortunately that’s exactly what the Changeling Queen expects! Will our heroes fall into her trap?
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1, written by Katie Cook, variant covers by Jill Thompson and Stephanie Buscema
Welcome to Ponyville, home of Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Applejack, and all your other favorite Ponies! Something’s not right in the town though, as some of the inhabitants are acting very, very strange! It’s up to the Mane Six to find the source of the weirdness before it’s too late!
Wild in the Streets! Painted with gouache on watercolor paper.
Stephanie Buscema just did an art-cover of Shawn Kerri. I did not know I wanted this thing. Now my life is complete.
Freshly painted trio. Gouache on watercolor paper.
Shanito are you planning on hiring Stephanie to do a beatnik back-up?? Because you should!!
Adventure Time #3, art by Shelli Paroline, covers by Elena “Yamino” Barbarich and Stephanie Buscema
Algebraic! Don’t miss Finn, Jake, and all of their friends on their biggest adventure yet! Trapped by the dreaded Lich, the guys gotta stop all of Ooo from being sucked away forever - and rescue a bunch of wayward Princesses.
Luckily, no one does adventure - and looks cooler doing it - than Finn and Jake! The Cartoon Network sensation’s brand new comic is the hot new series you can’t afford to miss!
Something Monstrous, art by Stephanie Buscema
The question of ghettoization…
Is it self-ghettoization for women comics creators to have their own spaces, either in anthologies, panels, or *gasp* blogs? Is there really a sexism problem in comics, actively keeping women creators out? How much of this issue is just the nature of the market?
Saturday at Boston Comic Con, the Female Creators panel wrangled with these questions, but 45 minutes was not nearly enough to discuss them to any greater satisfaction. One of the panelists who basically dominated the discussion (who, I note in the most charitable way possible, is not actually a comics creator but an illustrator) answered Yes, No, and It’s Only About The Money.
Well, I respectfully disagree. Not entirely, but there are some crucial nuances that did not get discussed, as well as the conflation of personal experiences with a universal standard.
Spider-Man: New York Stories TP, art by Stephanie Buscema and Sana Takeda