My hoard of treasure is overflowing so it’s time to pass some onto a handful of worthy adventurers!
- You can enter by reblogging and liking this post. Follows are not necessary (but always welcome!)
- Entries are valid until October 5th, 2014
- Six winners will be chosen at random and the prizes are shown above! Ill be giving away a set of Gold, Silver, Copper & Platinum Coins! Ill also be throwing a set of Trade Bars and 3 of those groovy d20 tokens at some random adventurers!
- Will ship internationally!
*No shipping to Antarctica
If anyone is interested in picking up a set of these coins for your own be sure to check out Campaign Coins!
I initially was going to call this post out with a line like “This why geek males have horrible reputations and geek females are hard to find.” Then I thought better of it. I even went so far as to ask Ms. Hogarth’s permission before posting this - because that is the right thing to do.
This is no way to treat another human being, regardless of gender, gender preference, skin color, beliefs, etc.
This is wrong. I learned this over 30 years ago and I’m only 34. The fact that stuff like this still happens means someone thinks it is okay. It is not.
The only you might be able to get away with something like this is if the person in question is a good friend of everyone involved and it’s a standing joke. Note that bit about everyone - you would never do this in public. EVER.
If we as a species can mature enough to stop doing things like this, then bigger issues will fall into line. Small steps lead to big changes.
Fair warning: there is some slight language in this post.
My name is Jonathan Ponikvar. I’m the creator of Peter & Company and an avid cartoon fan; I have been trying (successfully or not) to draw them since I first discovered the magic of crayons and markers. Like most kids in the 80’s I grew up watching a crazy amount of cartoons. My favorites were the cartoons and films of Warner Brothers, Disney, and Don Bluth, so my earliest and crappiest of doodles always revolved around those characters in some way.
As I grew older and began seriously getting into cartooning, I noticed something odd going on around me: the cartoon animal was quickly becoming an endangered species. The animal designs of the 80’s and 90’s TV cartoons were being seen less and less in modern times within the industries that they helped create.
How could this happen? Are people just no longer interested in funny talking animals?
Hey Korra Nation, BIG NEWS!!!
IF THIS PICTURE (drawn by the one-and-only Bryan K) GETS OVER 15,000 NOTES, WE’LL RELEASE OUR FIRST EXCLUSIVE CLIP FROM BOOK 4 ONLINE TOMORROW MORNING!
So what’re you waiting for? Let’s do this!!!