AnomalyCon Report

fierystudiosClockwork Game, Comix, My better half, Nerdery, Steampunkery, Vogelein

Paul and I just returned from AnomalyCon, and boy, was that trip worth it. The con was just the right size, with friendly attendees. The costumes were astonishing, the panels wonderful, the show well-run. And I got to Tea Duel for the first time (current record: 1-1, with a dirty-nom victory, and a belated clean-nom loss)! I had initially been … Read More gets a makeover

fierystudiosMy better half

Nearly a decade ago, I built a custom WordPress theme for my husband Paul. The intervening years of web advancements left the site looking outdated — but being a web developer forty hours a week, by the time I got home from work I couldn’t stand to do any more updates. Last month I took advantage of my employer’s incredibly … Read More

I’m Pro Robo. Are you?

fierystudiosMy better half, Signal Boost

Last month, Paul designed the front-window installation for a really wonderful charity, 826 Michigan — also known as Liberty Street Robot Supply & Repair. As you can see from this nighttime photo, it came out beautifully: He also did a series of posters and t-shirts based on the window display, and as of yesterday, they’re all available for sale in … Read More

MIXTAPE: 1984 — a new book from Paul Sizer!

fierystudiosBooks, Comix, My better half, Signal Boost

Paul’s newest book has just been accepted by Comixology, and you can now buy it digitally as a Guided View PDF! Here are the details, from Paul’s blog: FINALLY! My new graphic novella (the cool name for a shorter graphic novel) MIXTAPE:1984 is available as my first 100% digital book from my imprint Café Digital Studios, available through Comixology. This … Read More

Art Hop Report

fierystudiosComix, My better half

Despite the torrential rain, many brave folks ventured out to Art Hop and visited the KPL Banned Books Read-Out. We heard local celebrities read excerpts from some of the most banned books in the last year, including Captain Underpants, Hunger Games, and Looking for Alaska. Thanks to everybody who came out and said hello, and thanks more to Kevin King … Read More