Manic Pixel Dream Girl
Manic Pixel Dream Girl is a four-part series of comics about growing up as a videogame-playing girl. The series was originally published on The Bygone...
Bygone Bureau's Best of the Arts
I made short comics about my favorite games of the past two years for the Bygone Bureau's Best of the Arts 2012 and 2013 collaborations. 2013: A Dark...
I did the cover art for Antholojam I, a month-long game jam on the theme of Golden Age sci-fi! The project was curated & run by the amazing Zöe Quinn & Alex...
A short comic I made about my experience suddenly moving across the country, alone, with very few of my belongings.
Bad at Games Vol. 2
I revived Bad at Games in January 2014 after a several-month-long hiatus. It's not as frequent or as slapdash as "old" Bad at Games, but I try to keep it just as...
Bad at Games Vol. 1
I do a regular comic called "Bad at Games." It was semi-weekly for the first half of 2013, before I took a six-month hiatus. Here are a few of my favorites from...
Embed With: Nina Freeman
Games writer & professional nomad Cara Ellison is traveling around the world telling the stories of game developers. I illustrated her New York installment, which...
You Were Made For Loneliness
I illustrated the "cover" of a collaborative Twine anthology—part game; part short story collection—called You Were Made For Loneliness. It's kind of like a...
Outer States is an ongoing enormous comic project I'm working on with my friend & creative partner Jacob Weisfeld. You can see some character/costume/concept art...
Hourly Comics Day 2015
I did 12 comics in 12 hours for 2015's Hourly Comics Day. Tune in for cats, naps, beer, and tea! Very exciting.
Ain't No Such Thing As Misogyny
Ain't No Such Thing As Misogyny is a zine I made in response to a spate of blog comments claiming that because there are a few sexy men characters in videogames,...
My contribution to the forthcoming Glitch Pokézine was this illustration of ('M (FF) (Charizard 'M)), a glitch pokémon that looks suspiciously like Charizard.
Gaming's Feminist Illuminati
This started as a throwaway joke in a comic strip for Kotaku, but turned into a t-shirt and something of a tongue-in-cheek movement. Read my interview with Vice...
Nanny St. Claire
For Halloween 2013, I illustrated a poem by games writer Nina Raze. This was originally published on the Bygone Bureau. Materials include India ink & pen on...
"Suspension" originally appeared on re/Action and was republished by the #sworcery A/V jam shortly thereafter. Made by hand with acrylic paint & pen on smooth...
I collaborate on a regular comic over at Kotaku with Games Critic Extraordinaire Cara Ellison. Previews are below, click through to see the full...
Drawing of the Dead
Last summer, after a lengthy wine-fueled play session, I decided to illustrate some of my favorite actual Typing of the Dead text prompts. This series was...
Some Absolutely Unreal DoA Style Knocker
This shirt is based on one of my favorite shitty misogynist blog comments ever.
In 2012 and 2013 I made a regular comic for Jewcy.com about my experiences as a Jewish atheist. It's called "Kosher salt." I make every strip with acrylic paint,...
For Jewcy's weekly Network Jews feature, I made a short comic about my favorite Jewish witch on Buffy.
Along with my rad co-editors Lana Polansky & Samantha Allen, I put together this one-off e-zine about the intersection of gaming & toilets. You can get it here!
Five Out of Ten Issue 7
I did the cover illustration for issue 7 of Five Out of Ten magazine, the Power issue. There are also 13 pages of comics by me in this thing.
It's Just A Game
It's Just A Game is a collaborative zine I put together. In addition to curating & editing & producing the whole thing, I also did India-ink paintings for the cover...
These are based on a single dream I had when I was 14 or 15. Nine of 27 satellites are repurposed from a 2012 attempt to paint the same dream, and the panels are...
On Wednesdays, instead of a comic, I paint a Game Over screen for http://bad-at-games.tumblr.com. Prints of all of the non-animated paintings are available for...
Reinterpreted FF Box Art
These new interpretations of videogame box art originally appeared on Rusty Shackles's excellent Palette-Swap Blog.
Right Body, Wrong Junk
These are illustrations for Avery Edison's ongoing series of personal essays about her experiences as a transgender woman, "Right Body, Wrong Junk." Head over to...