The June MKE Comicbook meetup at Anodyne Coffee had a new-to-us topic of discussion: NO SUPERPOWERS. People could share any book they wanted – as long as the main character wasn’t powered up. It made for some neat discussion, and … Continue reading
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…continuing from last night’s post… Kate had a few books to share on our “kid-friendly” theme. Thematically similar to the previously mentioned “Princeless”, “Another Castle”, from Oni Press, features a very independent princess protagonist. It seems that the most popular … Continue reading
(click the pics to BIG the pics) I think this is going to be a first, but I’m going to break the post about May’s MKE COMICBOOK meet-up into two parts. I’m looking at my notes from it, and dang – … Continue reading
(click ’em to big ’em) The May MKE Creatives was particularly interesting to me, as it featured a talk with two Milwaukee photographer-artists – Eileen and Margaret, of Gun Cotton Tintypes. These two women have recently ventured into photography, … Continue reading
I was pretty excited for April’s MKE Comicbook, as we were going to be discussing a topic we haven’t covered before – “spiritual realms as depicted in comics.” I wasn’t disappointed in what was brought to the chat – I … Continue reading
(click the pics, to big the pics) April’s MKE Creatives at Anodyne Coffee was a pretty interesting one. We had in attendance: a CPA for small businesses and wealth management, a voice-over actor/audio engineer/board member of Optimist Theatre, an activist … Continue reading
This month was special in a few ways for the MKE Comicbook meetup – we met at a different location, had some new faces show up, and celebrated Women’s History Month with our topic of “Favorite Women Characters and Creators”! We … Continue reading
The March 9 MKE Creatives meetup featured a talk from Kaleigh Rae Gamache, and I’m totally late in posting about that meetup. Probably because 90% of what you need to know about it is right HERE. Buuuuuut, if you want … Continue reading
MKE Creatives is a monthly meetup for anyone who works in a creative profession. It is a way to “cross-pollinate” all the attendees’ networks of contacts. Whether a person is self-employed ,or an in-house creative, or works at an agency … Continue reading
This month’s MKE Comicbook at Anodyne Coffee had a great triple-feature – a presentation from local creator, Guy Thomas of Sprial King Comics, a discussion about our favorite stories featuring time-travel, and then a fun trivia contest from Don! Guy … Continue reading