Fantagraphics announced today at Comic-Con International that it will publish Liz Suburbia’s webcomic Sacred Heart as a one-shot graphic novel. Sacred Heart is set in a small town where all the adults have mysteriously disappeared and the teenagers rule. The […]
Yessssssssss! The news is finally out. OOSA artist lizsuburbia is going to be publishing her epic 300+ page book Sacred Heartthrough Fanatgraphics!!!
Go read the announcement/interview with Liz over on Robot6.
And don’t forget, I have original artwork and t-shirts over in the OOSA store.
The stories are true, kids- this is what I’ve been working on, and will be working on for awhile yet. I’m filled with love for all y’all, keep making stuff and being awesome and I promise I’ll keep busting my ass to make this thing worth the wait.
Rave kids are a fashion/doomsday cult. They grew up with the scene of the frozen dissidents, life is boring if you’re not high and incomprehensible whether or you are or not, so why no fetishize the dead who escaped this…
fucking obsessed with this movie, wanna think of headcanons and back stories and possibilities all day long
Cleaning out my filing cabinet, I found this handout that I made for my mini-comics class. Hope it’s helpful! Remember, it ain’t only for comics. Self-publish short stories, collections of drawings or sketches, or blank for journals/sketchbooks, etc.