So I started reading the webcomic El Goonish Shive because of Tedd, but oh all the characters are so great and Susan is my hero. I bet even Mjolnir would find her worthy. here is a Susan doodle
(no but really though the school uniform debacle was one of my fav moments and I’m so proud of Susan and Tedd and how their friendship evolved)
It’s entirely possible that Susan is the new Thor. I mean, she’s not, but I’d believe it :D
Ellen from El Goonish Shive, because I love Tedd but they can’t be the only character I draw from this awesome webcomic.
I can’t help but look at the green part of that bracelet and think “what does THIS button do…”
I’m starting to see the appeal of this whole fan art thing.
Justin is another of my favourite characters from EGS. He’s nerdy as hell, has the rare superpower of staying calm under pressure, and is basically a good guy, even if he does have his problems. He’s kinda had the short end of the stick for a while as far as his romantic life goes, but that at least is starting to show signs of turning around.
Also he has his earring because I kinda liked the thing.
He might get the earring back at some point if enough people bug me about it.
Also? YAY FAN ART! I approve of the Dragon Kicker t-shirt and badass magicness.
You know, I’m honestly not sure. I mean, if I ever show her back again, its gonna be gone, but I’m not sure if it was actually stated that it was gone in the comic itself.
Yep! That happened with Susan, actually. Her mark has vanished, and she can totally get new spells, so after six months—
Wait, has she been checking her spellbook even less regularly than Elliot?
Simple. I don’t have anyone to casually discuss these things with offline. Every time I discuss it, it’s online, and it’s in a public forum where different people have different views regarding how things should be said and I’m at least trying not to offend anyone.
Generally, people have used “trans man” or “trans woman” when discussing it with me, and I have a tendency to say “male” and “female”. There are good reasons not to in this instance, but it’s a habit that dies hard. If I’d seen “trans guy” prior to that ask, I don’t remember it. That doesn’t mean it isn’t common, but it felt new to me.
I found trans guy to be an oddly informal way of putting it, and I personally would normally phrase it as trans male. In other words, I was deliberately quoting their way of putting it, hence the quotation marks. I apologize is this was cause for offense.
I should give someone bear hands and provide no explanation whatsoever :-D