Finally, I can present you my little comic ‘Hearts for Sale’. These are the first 10 pages.
I’m very nervous about this since it’s my first self-published book. I hope you like the story.
Read Part 2/ Part 3
Just found this absolutely adorable webcomic. Make to read parts 2 and 3 for the full story.
Here’s something I’ve been working on behind the scenes for a while:
This kickstarter ends May 26th- the monday after London MCM Comic Con. During this time I’ll only be updating the Khaos side stories, waiting for you to decide the fate of Shades of A.
So, internet. This is your chance to let the world know that ace, queer and kinky people deserve places in the media, while getting cool stuff at the same time.
Time to give away more games!
On the surface Hanzo Academy looks like a normal highschool, but in reality it’s a secret training centre where girls can learn how to be a professional kunoichi (female ninja). Studying isn’t easy though, especially when the evil shinobi from rival school Hebijo Clandestine Girl’s Academy keeping picking a fight while trying to steal your secret scrolls.
In order to win a copy of this game all you have to do is send your name and town (and country if you’re outside the UK), to email@example.com – it’s as simple as that. Please don’t forget to title your message “Senran Kagura Competition”. This competition is open to everyone in the world over the age of 16 except for members of The Geek Show and volunteers or employees of Community Voice FM.
This competition will close at 18:30 (GMT), on Sunday the 13th of March. The winners will be chosen at random and announced on the live broadcast on that day. Special thanks go to Geraint at Pqube who kindly provided us with the prizes for this competition.
Senran Kagura Burst is available in all good stores now.
Please contact us via our email address, or tweet us (@TGS_TheGeekShow or #TheGeekShow), if you have any questions about the show, the next quiz (details of which can be found here), or to request a song for the next show.
Okay folks, this week we’ve got a great prize for all you fans of samurai, bishounen, and Edo period anime (with a bit of the supernatural thrown in).
Courtesy of the wonderful folks at MVM Entertainment and the lovely people at Rising Star Games the winner of this week’s competition will receive the complete series of Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom, AND a digital copy of Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi on the 3DS (second and third place winners will receive the complete series of Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom).
Set in the Edo period, Hakuoki follows the adventures of Yukimura Chizuru – the daughter of a prominent doctor who disguises herself as a boy to search for her missing father in the city of Kyoto. After running into trouble with a few rogue samurai she witnesses a fight between human-turned-Oni and a member of the Shinsengumi, and soon realises that she’s in way over her head.
In order to win this wonderful prize, all you have to do is send your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org – it’s as simple as that. Please don’t forget to title your message “The Shinsengumi Giveaway”.
This competition will close at 18:30 (GMT), on Sunday the 23rd of March. The winners will be chosen at random and announced on the live broadcast on that day. Special thanks go to Tony at MVM Entertainment and Tyrone at Rising Star Games who kindly provided us with the prizes for this competition.
Please contact us via our email address, or tweet us (@TGS_TheGeekShow or #TheGeekShow), if you have any questions.
We’ve just put up lots of new perks over on the Indiegogo!
- Crash Course US History Scripts - $100 - Real life shooting scripts used to film Crash Course US History, signed by John Green.
- Mental Floss Scripts - $100 - Real life shooting scripts used to film Mental Floss, signed by John Green.
- Small Mental Floss Poster - $300 - These gorgeous 11X17 Mental Floss posters have been signed by John and Hank Green, Emily Graslie, Craig Benzine, Michael Stevens, Justine Ezarik, Gregory Brothers, Hannah Hart, Grace Helbig, and Derek Muller.
- Karen Hallion Artwork - $300 - Exclusive P4A artwork made by Karen Hallion exclusively for this event, including the characters from Up, How to Train Your Dragon, Doctor Who, and more.
Do you also want to create ALL THE ARMOR? I’ve released a book!
5$ and I’ll teach you everything you need to know! :)
Learning how to make armor from the grand prize winner at this year’s Blizzcon? oh hell yes.
Oh my god, I’ll totally buy it.
A campy card game take down of the visual depiction of female warriors throughout nerdy pop culture.
THIS IS AMAZING!
Glamazons is an anti-troupe card game wherein your character (whom is female) fights monsters of all kinds, in order to make properly functional armour out of them (Monster Hunter Style)
You start out in the cliqued Chainmail Bikini, and the winning player, is the first one to fully-dress themselves.