Flying foxes which are native to Australia are actually MEGABATS, they really do look like foxes if foxes had dragon wings. Anyway they have cute faces and i love them.
Shit, I am.
We are mega happy to be publishing Hanna K’s work. We actually started by making three books. The first one is THE NEW FRONTIER, which is a bit of an introduction to this massive space spanning sci-fi story she’s working on, with comics and sketches in it. We also published a super tiny comic which was her hourly comic day from 2013 and we also did a reprint of her cool swedish book called Lite drömmar (it’s only in swedish though).
All three books are in the shop right now, and she’s coming with us to ELCAF next month so.. get autographs and irl high fives there!
Hanna K. is cool.
this looks cool
wow this looks awesome!
Street harassment is not a compliment.
Finally someone made a comic about my exact feelings
While this is nice, unsolicited comments on other people’s bodies aren’t always going to be welcome, even if they aren’t inherently sexual. Just something to keep in mind.
YES! This is important.
My comic was only touching on the difference between compliments and rude objectifying comments. I didn’t touch on the whole “is it okay to comment on anyone’s appearance at all?” question mainly because I feel it’s fairly subjective, and it’s up to you to decide for yourself if you’re okay with someone commenting on your appearance or not.
Personally, I don’t mind if someone wants to tell me I look lovely, but a lot of friends of mine would be incredibly uncomfortable if a stranger told them that, and THAT’S OKAY. People are allowed to be uncomfortable when others comment on their appearance. People are allowed to be uncomfortable when they hear unsolicited comments in general. This is because, as a person, your feelings are valid and you are entitled to them. If someone makes you feel uncomfortable or unhappy, you don’t have to pretend otherwise.
So yeah, keep in mind that people might not want you to comment on their appearance. If you do comment on someone’s appearance, and they’re uncomfortable, respect that.