The fundraiser continues through December 14th. Please support this excellent cause!International Abolition Day, and in honor of this, the Comic Creators For Freedom fundraising drive starts today, organized by Lora Innes of The Dreamer and Crystal Yates of Earthsong! This year, 167 artists contributed images of their characters in “awkward school photos” to be part of one huge wallpaper, which you will receive by donating to the fundraiser. All of the money raised benefits Love 146, which is an international organization working to end child exploitation and slavery. This year I contributed art featuring Eldora, and there is probably art from other creators you know as well, including art by my friends Rx3 from WaMoH and Chu from Slightly Damned!
We’re back, and with an update!
- "But we booked you for the day!"
Be sure to check out this week’s TWC vote incentive! It’s got tumbles written all over it!
Scare up some Halloween tricks with MonsterHive!
This month we have two new events for everyone to participate in: a haunted house building contest on our Minecraft server, and a pumpkin carving contest!
Find out more: Halloween at MonsterHive!
Happy Beeday! Today is MonsterHive’s first birthday! We are celebrating with a few events spread over the next couple of weeks, and to start, we present these special-edition Hivechievements to members of the Beetown IRC who have been with us since our first opening day. Congratulations everyone, and thanks for your support!
Here’s to another year of bees!
a bee I am
Chu, Rurik, Pyreaux, Bugbyte and Pompolic take a lighthearted look at a not so lighthearted subject: death! Character deaths in comics and other media has been constantly mishandled to the point where it’s completely unbelievable. Who cares if a character dies if the weight of the situation is never properly addressed, or if you can just revive them later with the 7 Chaos Dragon Emerald Crystal Balls? Is there any way to do resurrection right? Listen here!
Music cues: clip from “Live and Let Die”, “Fanfare 1” by Yasunori Mitsuda, “Ghost Trick” by Masakazu Sugimori