Tag Archives: Jessica Hayworth

Celebrating 1,000 Followers on Twitter!

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It’s hard to believe, but last week  my Twitter account @gegallas reached 1,000 followers and over!

I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all my followers, both on Twitter and WordPress. I truly appreciate your support!

Also, I’d like to mention a few cool people on Twitter (some of whom are also on WordPress)…

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Professional Moron (@CreativeMoron) — professionalmoron.com

Mr. Wapojif is a special creature. His nonsensical absurdity is sure to entertain!!

Recommended Posts: Do You Have “LOL” Tourette’s Syndrome? and Would You Go On A Date With a Planet?

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Vince Dorse (@vincedorse) — vincedorse.com and Untold Tales of Bigfoot

Not only is Vince a lovely person, but his Sasquatch is a lovable beast. :D

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Shannon Wheeler (@MuchCoffee– Too Much Coffee Man Shannon Wheeler

Shannon left me this great tweet about The Poet and the Flea: “Just read it. I liked it. Blake is Dante and Ginsberg. You’re right.”

Check out his wonderful online comic strips — he’s been making ‘em since 1995!

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Levi Hastings (@leviathanleague) — leviathanleague.com

Take a look at Levi’s beautiful watercolor illustrations.

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Jessica Hayworth (@angrycomics) — angry-comics.tumblr.com/tagged/Comic

Been a huge fan of Angry Beige for a couple of years. Wonderfully surreal little comics.

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For more updates, don’t forget to follow me on tumblr and/or twitter.

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Copyright 2013 by G. E. Gallas


A Few Comics I Admire…

Just wanted to compile a list of a few comics/web comics/graphic novels I admire and highly recommend!

(In no particular order!)

  1. Call Sign Spirit (coming soon!) by Tina Lee.
  2. Meristem County by Jade F. Lee.
  3. Fajita by Ryan Thompson.
  4. Luci’s Letdown (on my wish list) by Marjee Chmiel & Sandra Lanz.
  5. Angry Comics/Monster (on my wish list) by by Jessica Hayworth.
  6. Baritarian Boy by Lawrence Gullo & Fyodor Pavlov.
  7. Hemlock by Josceline Fenton.
  8. The Tragedy Series by Benjamin Dewey.
  9. Death Stories by Omar ZahZah and Eliza Frye.
  10. Comics by Emily Carroll.
  11. Hark, a vagrant (of course) by Kate Beaton.

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For more updates, don’t forget to follow me on tumblr and/or twitter.

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Copyright 2012 by G. E. Gallas


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