Women, personally and collectively, are devalued and treated as chattel. People are not merely disregarded but find themselves in genuine jeopardy because of the color of their skin, their gender, their ideology, or anything that might make them different than the decreed norm. Civilization and culture are driven by crusty old white men, and organizedContinue reading “Repeats and New Conclusions”
Get in the ground floor of one of our biggest hits! Issue # 1 collects the 8-page premiere of Johnny Bats and his world of The Noir District and Nueva Vida from Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Things # 2 as well as the entirety of Issue # 3! Johnny Bats, Vampire Dick was the storyContinue reading “Johnny Bats, Vampire Dick # 1 debuts on Comixology!”
In mid-2018, Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Things had a table at MegaCon in Orlando, Florida, where we had one of the best overall crowd of neighboring exhibitors! One of those fantastic neighbors was a table for Khaos Art, run by George and Pam Taylor. The Taylors operate Khaos Art to help showcase, promote, and sellContinue reading “Helping Disabled Artists”
Hello to all of you Beautiful, Silly, but never Terrible people! 2018 has been a powerful year. That’s the best way I think that we can describe it. Back in 2014 when we first created Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Things, the name was chosen because that’s how we see what life consists of, moments ofContinue reading “It’s Been a Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Year”
To begin, we here at Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Things would like to say thank you to all of you whom we’ve met or seen again out on the convention road this 2018! It has been a busy year to be sure, but what a fun ride! We’re not stopping with this, though. As we’veContinue reading “Hyped!”
Hello to all of you Beautiful, Silly, but never Terrible fans out there! While at the Baltimore Comic Con recently, the great folks from Victims & Villains podcast came by our table and interviewed us for an episode! Victims & Villains is dedicated to not only covering pop-culture and comic books, but even more importantly,Continue reading “Victims & Villains”
Be sure to come see us at Table A86 at the Baltimore Comic Con this weekend! #baltimorecomiccon #comics #comicbooks
Look who BSaTT founder John M. Waller Sewell ran into Friday at the Atlanta Comic Con, and while wearing his t-shirt showing his fandom! You never know who you’ll meet when you show up, so come by Artist Alley Booth F11 and visit with the Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Things crew!
Hometown boys Doug Hogan & John M. Waller Sewell are at the Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Things booth (Artist Alley F11) at Atlanta Comic Con. Come by for the best in indy comic books, for a signature, or just to say hi!
Come to the Atlanta Comic Convention at the Century Center Marriott today from 11am – 5pm and meet artist Doug Hogan and writer John M. Waller Sewell. Get your autographed copies of the best indie comics in the business!#comics #comicbooks #atlantacomicconvention