I am so, so, so proud of this thingammie. Suze Shore illustrated it, and she has her own amazing Tumblr feed right here. Follow the bajeebus out of her!
She and I also collaborated on two different ghost story comics for charity!
You can check out one of the anthologies we collaborated for here.
The other one is launching THIS weekend at Hal-con in Halifax! Whoo!
WHOO! This comic marks five years of Rock, Paper, Cynic!
Did you know Rock, Paper, Cynic used to have a different name? This story and more weird confessions in my interview with Geek Chic Elite.
Investigating the history of the infamous Half-Cat
Half-Cat was on the frontpage of Kickstarter’s newsletter and tumblr!
I think I hinge too much of self-esteem on how many people like my Facebook posts. But yeah, seriously, gold stars for everyone!
Australian half-cat skeleton. Photographed in Sweden. Now resides in the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.
For more brilliant discoveries from the margins of cat science, please support HALF-CAT: A Partial History on Kickstarter.
With your help, we can share cat science and lost history and bipedal cats with the world.
The first half-cat is photographed in 1908 on James Alexander’s Kodak Brownie.
For more half-cat research, see the HALF-CAT: A Partial History kickstarter page. Your help is so appreciated by the Half-Cat Field Research Organization.
A probable half-cat caught on camera in Japan by Makoto Satsukawa. Dated 2012.
For more half-cat research, visit the HALF-CAT: A Partial History Kickstarter project page.
Friends, enemies, arch-enemies, and super-friends, I NEED YOUR HELP.
I’m working with two collaborators to KickStart a book. A book about belief. A book about science. A book about two-legged cats and the men who gave their lives researching them.
I could really use your help sharing it with the world!
Check out HALF-CAT: A Partial History.