10 PRINT “HELLO WORLD”
20 INPUT “WHAT IS YOUR NAME:”, U$
30 PRINT “HELLO, “; U$
40 INPUT “DO YOU WANT TO READ OUR LATEST ISSUE?”; V$
50 IF V$ = “YES” THEN GOTO ISSUE
60 IF V$ = “NO” THEN PRINT “ARE YOU SURE? WE HAVE SEXY STORIES AND GORGEOUS ARTWORK, ALL FREE!”
70 GOTO 40
80 PRINT “THIS ISSUE SHOWCASES THE HARD WORK OF MANY TALENTED PEOPLE.”
90 INPUT “DO YOU WANT THESE WRITERS AND ARTISTS TO FEEL APPRECIATED?”, X$
100 IF X$ = “YES” THEN GOTO THANK CONTRIBUTORS
110 INPUT “DO YOU WANT YOUR FRIENDS TO EXPERIENCE THE SAME ENJOYMENT YOU DID?”, Y$
120 IF Y$ = “YES” GOTO THEN SOCIAL MEDIA
130 INPUT “ARE YOU FINISHED WITH THIS ISSUE YET WANT EVEN MORE SEXY STORIES AND ART?”, Z$
140 IF Z$ = “YES” THEN GOTO SHOUSETSUBANGBANG.COM
150 PRINT “THANK YOU, ” U$ “, FOR JOINING US TODAY.”
160 PRINT “SINCERELY, YOUR EDITORS.”
Hey look! I did this cover! :DD
If any ya’ll are interested in reading gay fiction, you should check it out! This issue is hot off the figurative press and full of gay robots, which I think is a subject with UNIVERSAL appeal.
Online fandoms are now the popular media equivalent of the tech world’s early adopters. If you can get people to start blogging and tweeting about your TV show or movie, half the work is already done.
The good news is, your social media campaign doesn’t even need to be all that subtle. If you say that you’ll release the new Divergent trailer after a thousand retweets, a thousand fans will retweet you, cheerfully aware that they’re own Twitter feeds are being used for advertising purposes. Even fast food joints are trying to build their own fandoms, with Denny’s currently in the lead thanks to their inexplicably cool Tumblr presence.
Inevitably, there’s now a lucrative market for social media consultants who can engineer online fandoms from scratch, with the fans as willing participants in the deal. It’s an “if you build it, they will come,” kind of situation. Fans want to show support for their favorite TV show or movie, even if they’re completely aware that it’s a cynical marketing ploy. In the era of Facebook communication, you are what you Like.
In a recent episode of PBS documentary series Frontline, Douglas Rushkoff took a look at various social media fandoms from the ground up. With YouTube star Tyler Oakley at the most organic end of the popularity scale and the Hunger Games movies as the most professionally cultivated example, all of those fandoms had one thing in common: a desire to feel closer to your idols, even if the most tangible sign of that relationship is a retweet.
You guys have all heard of Lumberjanes by now, right?
I’m happy to say that my exclusive cover for Lumberjanes #1 is for sale at Challengers Comics in Chicago (my hometown!) coinciding with Noelle's signing there this past weekend. I think the whole Lumberjanes crew is ace and I'm excited to have contributed to such a girl-positive comics series, drawn and written by awesome ladies!
I’ve been watching a lot of River Monsters and I really liked the idea of setting the Lumberjanes off on a canoeing adventure with an unexpected catch. I’ve since been informed that the canoe I drew totally looks like a vagina. It was unintentional, but I’m more than ok with that! By ladies for ladies, amirite??
30 . storyboard artist . los angeles, ca
Hello babies. Welcome to Earth. It's hot in the summer and cold in the winter. It's round and wet and crowded. On the outside, babies, you've got a hundred years here. There's only one rule that I know of, babies-"God damn it, you've got to be kind.”
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