• Kickstarter of the Week: Studio Cosplay

    Kickstarter of the Week: Studio Cosplay0

    Creating cosplay costumes can be a messy business. That’s why Studio Cosplay want to open a makerspace in the DC Metro area that’s focused on costuming. Created by cosplayers for cosplayers, the Studio Cosplay Kickstarter campaign, aims to create a “cosmakerspace” to help all costumers at all levels with designing and constructing costumes, fabricating armor, and

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  • Kickstarter of the Week: Nerdy Words

    Kickstarter of the Week: Nerdy Words0

    • February 27, 2015

    Tired of searching for that perfect birthday card for your science friends and never finding quite the right one? Let Nerdy Words save you from insanity with science themed birthday cards. After a successful Kickstarter campaign for nerdy Valentines, scientist and hobbyist designer, Christine Snyder, is back with a line of nerdy birthday cards. The

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  • Crowdfunding of the Week: Dames Making Games

    Crowdfunding of the Week: Dames Making Games0

    • February 20, 2015

    March is right around the corner and it brings the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) in California. Putting my own jealousy for those attending aside, this week’s Crowdfunding of the Week is to help the twenty-five scholarship recipients of Dames Making Games travel to GDC to represent women in games and network with their industry colleagues.

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  • Kickstarter of the Week: Geek Loves Punk

    Kickstarter of the Week: Geek Loves Punk2

    A lesbian geek and her best friends try to figure out their lives and their relationships in the sweet comedy, Geek Loves Punk. In the Geek Loves Punk Kickstarter, filmmaker Julie Kerr expands the Geek Loves Punk story from her original short film to a full length feature. The story focuses on Elizabeth, a lesbian

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  • Kickstarter of the Week: Jill Trent, Science Sleuth #1

    Kickstarter of the Week: Jill Trent, Science Sleuth #10

    In the mid-1940s, Jill Trent, Science Sleuth was a comic book heroine who caught criminals using her smarts and science. 65 years later, she’s in the public domain and modernized for today’s readers. Since 2012 D.M. Higgins has been editing the Super Dames blog highlighting women in comics throughout history with occasional commentary on gender issues in comics.

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  • Kickstarter of the Week:  The Hues by Alex Heberling

    Kickstarter of the Week: The Hues by Alex Heberling0

    If you’re big into webcomics, the name Alex Heberling should be familiar to you. She’s been doing the fun autobiographical webcomic Alex’s Guide To A Life Well Lived since 2008, and it’s still going. She also was the mind behind the webcomic Garanos, which ran from 2006 to 2010, and is now completed. So this is

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