nevver:

It wasn’t meant to end like this, Jennifer L. Diamond

Poor dino….

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innovateky:

Some gifs are all about your perspective.

innovateky:

Some gifs are all about your perspective.

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coelasquid:

clintpereira:

fablepaint:

Now available on Redbubble and Society6 A red and gold marvel of serpentine fantasies featuring wyverns, dragons, and drakes all arranged rampant on a blue field.

I like to think of this as the first drafts for the Targaryen banner.

Erinnnnn you should totally put these on spoonflower

gregxb:

Shakespearean Allusions in Greg Weisman’s Work 

Happy 450th Birthday, Mr. Shakespeare.

razorsaw:

Masterpiece Ultra Magnus.

It uses some parts from MP-10 Optimus Prime, but is otherwise a new mold. Rather than have the can transform separately, the cab and car carrier trailer transform together into robot mode like the G1 cartoon.

!!!!!

razorsaw:

Masterpiece Ultra Magnus.

It uses some parts from MP-10 Optimus Prime, but is otherwise a new mold. Rather than have the can transform separately, the cab and car carrier trailer transform together into robot mode like the G1 cartoon.

!!!!!

asker

futurerevolutions asked: What exactly are the approximate races of Alana and Marko? Like it's a fantasy/sci-fi deal so I know they're aliens but, let's be real, I seriously doubt the team would stray from this kind of question since they write a comic like this and the artist is an ~awake~ WoC?????

sailorshawty:

sagacomic:

fionastaples:

benrankel:

sagacomic:

“This is an original fantasy book with no superheroes, two non-white leads and an opening chapter featuring graphic robot sex. I thought we might be cancelled by our third issue.”

- Brian K. Vaughan (x)

Both Brian and Fiona have repeatedly said that their heroes are PoC. And of course it’s clear from Fiona’s illustrations that neither Alana nor Marko are white, but that Alana has darker skin than Marko.

The only featured/recurring character in the Saga universe who actually seems to have white skin is The Stalk.

However, I still come across white-washed Saga fan art and fancasting posts, which never cease to amaze and infuriate me. No matter how pretty the art, I will never repost that shit.

If people genuinely see these characters as white, they need to check their eyesight or their racism. And I doubt the optometrist will find any deficiencies.

Thanks for the ask. I haven’t had a good rant on this subject in a while!

Personal pet peeve is folks who think Marko is white. He ain’t.

Marko is meant to be Asian- more specifically, I combined features from a handful of Japanese models and actors when I was designing him. I can see why people sometimes mistake him for white, because I avoided using exaggerated racial markers (slanted eyes, rounded nose, etc). With simple cartoon drawings like these, a lot is left to the reader’s imagination. So I accept there will be some misidentification because I didn’t draw Marko’s family like Mulan characters, haha.

I see Alana as having mixed heritage. When I drew her father I was envisioning an Indian man. Her mother remains a mystery!

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An answer from fionastaples herself!

(omg we are not worthy, etc!)

AHHHHHHHHHH I don’t wanna wild on this but an official answer was giving folks. I was right about Alana sorta..I wasn’t sure she was mixed but yeah :D..and I love how she speaks about the making of Marko’s look.

a-singer-of-songs:

kiwibutt:

moopdrea:

oscarwildeis-dead:

Allow me to introduce you to the Red-eyed Crocodile Skink. 
Since these guys were recently discovered (mid to late nineties), there isn’t a whole lot that is known about them, but I’ll share a few facts with you here. 

  • These guys can grow up to ten inches in length, though the average is more like seven.
  • They’re pretty shy and choose to play dead as their defense mechanism. 
  • Other than geckos, these guys are one of the only lizards that vocalize. Their sound is described as a barking noise when they’re in distress
  • Average lifespan is listed at around 6 years 

DRAGONS

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resistance was futile

Update: YOU CAN HAVE ONE AS A PET.

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Because when you feel like posting Exedore…
This art by Byron Penaranda is from “Robotech: Warriors”, issue #1, page 3. “Robotech: Warriors” was a prequel comic starting the Zentradi fleet, spun off the side story in the prequel comic “Return to Macross”.
Maybe inevitably, these Zentradi prequel stories were pretty boring, since the entire point of the Zentradi story arc was that they didn’t do anything but fight and search, so the writers throw weird space anomalies and continuity-bending oddness (Khyron shows up to try to take over the fleet by trapping Breetai in a virtual reality simulation—yes really), that never amounts to any change or any interesting exploration.
But I really love some of the artists on these books, and Byron Penaranda’s work is great. The sketchy, angular lines remind me of a woodcut.

Because when you feel like posting Exedore…

This art by Byron Penaranda is from “Robotech: Warriors”, issue #1, page 3. “Robotech: Warriors” was a prequel comic starting the Zentradi fleet, spun off the side story in the prequel comic “Return to Macross”.

Maybe inevitably, these Zentradi prequel stories were pretty boring, since the entire point of the Zentradi story arc was that they didn’t do anything but fight and search, so the writers throw weird space anomalies and continuity-bending oddness (Khyron shows up to try to take over the fleet by trapping Breetai in a virtual reality simulation—yes really), that never amounts to any change or any interesting exploration.

But I really love some of the artists on these books, and Byron Penaranda’s work is great. The sketchy, angular lines remind me of a woodcut.