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Fan artz

February 7, 2011

*pulls eyes away from Ravar's abs* coughahemcough. For your derp viewing pleasure today, I present you with this drooltastic image from Mary Sneddon of Avernyght! And even more awesome than this image (if that is possible) is that Mary's comic comes back from hiatus next Monday! On Valentine's Day! That horrible holiday is now made so much better. The War of Winds also returns on the 14th. No comic from me this week since I've been traveling for interviews too much.

Now go read Avernyght.

1 week hiatus

February 1, 2011

Yo, sorry, forgot to post this here before I left on Sunday night. I'm off for interviews for MD/PhD programs this week, so no comics. What it Takes resumes on the 9th, and War of Winds on the 14th. Thanks for reading! If you have any fan artsy stuff, please do send it in and I'll put it up! I have one thing to put up on the 7th :3.

Chapter 9 - Still Alive - Page 17

January 24, 2011

IT'S IAN OMG WHAT?

Colbey (from What it Takes) will be participating this year in the Comic Creators Alliance against human trafficking! Today is the FINAL day of the donations drive!

Here's a message from Lora Innes, the major force behind the CCA:

What is Human Trafficking? Human Trafficking is a sanitized term for slavery. There are over 27 million people enslaved in the world today, and most if it is young girls being sold into forced prostitution--both over seas and yes, in the United States. In the United States there are only 39 beds at facilities for victims in the entire nation--and at least 16,000 people being trafficked into the US from other countries each year! Not to count the domestic victims already living here.

The money that the CCA raised last year was split between two organizations, one global--Love 146, and a local shelter trying to get up and running--Gracehaven in Ohio. (Toledo, Ohio is one of the largest trafficking hubs in the U.S.) Both organizations were able to expand their particular fights against this heinous problem in 2010. Love 146 is setting up Task Forces around America, local groups of concerned citizens bringing the fight and awareness to their own corners of the nation. Internationally, Love 146 set up the Cambodia Border Officers Project. This is total prevention: officers patrol the border crossing, looking for possible victims and the kids they rescue will never know the horrors they might have. Gracehaven used our funds in the ongoing renovations that are necessary to bring the house up to code--plumbing and air conditioning were installed, along with two new bathrooms. They hope to be up and running soon but must first have six months of operating expenses in the bank. They are currently at one fifth of their goal--let's see what we can do to help them!

The Donations Drive goes live January 11th on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and will last until the 24th.

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