150,512 results

Don't worry this is far from the end, but holy moley! We did it! Three years may seem like an eternity to put out a mere 57 pages, but throw in the setbacks and real-world hassles that plague pretty much every comic creator from time to time, and Dave and I are both pretty happy with it.

Given her backstory which will get revealed in time "My City Was Gone" might also be a good choice. She's a no-nonsense character, and Debbie Harry always seemed to have that kind of presence about her.

Shop our Collection of Women's Red Skirts at softhome24.ml for the Latest Designer Brands & Styles. FREE SHIPPING AVAILABLE!
Shop our Collection of Women's Red Skirts at softhome24.ml for the Latest Designer Brands & Styles. FREE SHIPPING AVAILABLE!
Find great deals on eBay for red skirt. Shop with confidence.
Don't worry this is far from the end, but holy moley! We did it! Three years may seem like an eternity to put out a mere 57 pages, but throw in the setbacks and real-world hassles that plague pretty much every comic creator from time to time, and Dave and I are both pretty happy with it.
Shop the latest red skirt styles at Forever Explore the newest trends and essentials designed for any and every occasion!

Overstock uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our site. If you continue on our site, you consent to the use of such cookies.

The Enemy Within Her has already been written. If you enjoyed what we did with this first foray into the lives of Unit , we think you'll really like what happens next. Or maybe you did. It's not like we didn't drop enough hints - subtle and not-so - about Zaruva's true nature.

And hey, you're sci-fi fans But if you think you've got her all figured out Or, as my friend Dave put it "The one where they meet God and kill him. Astute readers of this comic who are also up on their Trek know that the title of this "season" and the ensuing overall plot is loosely based on the popular OS episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before". It made a real impact on me when I first saw it because I'm not saying no.

That's part of the fun of making these funnybooks or funnypages as the case is right now Who wouldn't want a piece of that action? We're dangerously close to the end, though, folks. I think we've saved the best for last. No, you're not seeing things, nor is there anything wrong with the site. I know, I know If you've been with us from the start, you know Ensign Merry has been attempting to start at the beginning and has failed several times with her story.

It only makes sense to go with what we started with. It only took her 53 pages to get there. Generally, when I write, I try to leave as much up to the artist as possible. Not that I don't try to be descriptive, or offer ideas, but for the most part I leave the artist up to their own devices as far as layout and character positioning and all that good stuff, both on this comic and others I work on, like Thugs!

Today's page is a rare exception. I knew pretty much exactly how I wanted it to look and of course Dave delivered on all cylinders. It's the only page in this story I had a clear idea of how it needed to be. Every page is my favorite when it comes out, of course, but this one is cool because there was a bit more collaboration between Dave and me to produce a really good looking page.

Of course that last part is up to you guys, but we're pretty pleased with it. Yeah, we're taking our sweet time. Most comics would probably be on their two-hundred and fiftieth page by now, but we make no excuses and offer no apologies. We're doing this the way WE want to do it You know what the best part of it is? You guys don't care how long it takes us to work on a page Dave and I dedicate this page to all of you who have stuck with us through side-projects, delays, sickness, and everything else because you like what we're doing and want us to keep doing it.

I promise you we're only getting started, and while we may all be reading the final page in the retirement home, we hope you'll enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy making it.

Today I'm posting up page 49 of this comic. Took us a while to get here One of the nice things about working with Dave on this comic is that I get to see the pages before anyone else. While it's great to acknowledge your accomplishments, even if they're only for goals you set for yourself, it's more important to keep moving on past them, and that's what that fifty-first page means to me. Don't worry, you'll see it soon.

I think it's the best page Dave has done. Last update I posted the songs that informed and inspired the crew of the Audacity while I was writing them. This time around, Yeoman Dave chimes in with the songs running through his head or his speakers while he worked on the artistic elements of the comic: Mash up his list with mine and I think that's a pretty cool soundtrack.

And of course if you come to us next year we'll probably have a bunch of different tunes to share with you. It's Valentine's Day here on Earth as we find ourselves inching ever closer to that 50th comic page, and I've been talking and thinking about the "music" of Red Skirts.

When Dave and I first started plotting out this crazy endeavor, he actually found some theme music to use in a promotional video we were going to make and may still make when it's crowdfunding time! I'm still thinking in terms of what would pass for background music for each of the women - their "theme music", if you will - and I came up with the following: Camari - has to be something from the Pretenders.

I always envision a lot of Chrissie Hynde and her "take no flark" attitude when it comes to writing her. I don't know if "Bad Boys Get Spanked" is too obscure but it's probably pretty appropriate. Given her backstory which will get revealed in time "My City Was Gone" might also be a good choice. Tisa - It'd be cliche to attribute something soulful or African-based to her. Truth is, she's based loosely on a friend of mine who was really into Steely Dan and Meatloaf our workplace readings of 'You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth' needed to be seen to be believed.

Pretty much the entirety of the "Aja" album embodies a lot of her spirit. I'll go with "Deacon Blues" off that one, which is my favorite track. Not to say there isn't room for a good soul tune like " Yard Dash" by Raphael Saadiq to help define what she's all about. Sheva - "The Full Bug" off Van Halen's Diver Down album was the spiritual precursor to the more well-recieved "Hot for Teacher" off , and it pretty much embodies what I think her character embodies.

Pure, unadulterated, throw-your-politics-in-the-trash lust. Sheva is the moment the exotic dancer walks on stage and grabs everyone's attention. She's that woman in the restaurant you can't take your eyes off of even if you're with someone else. She is everything you want and everything you probably shouldn't have. Women love skirts, not only because they? Since women come in all shapes and sizes, just like skirts, it?

Fortunately, eBay has a variety of red skirts to fit any sized woman, her style, and her budget. A long red skirt looks best on medium to tall women with slender figures; if a petite woman tries the long look, they may end up swallowed in fabric. If solid colors are too much, a red plaid skirt offers a little more pizazz. Look ravishing in your new red skirt. Skip to main content. Red Skirt Refine Results.

Browse Related Browse Related. Also shop in Also shop in. Red Pleated Skirt See more. Very comfortable to to Polyester Fiber Polyester Con Real color may be slightly different from pictures due to computer screen's resolution, brightness, contrast etc. Long Red Skirt See more. Trendy, a must have fashion staple - solid color maxi skirt featuring soft cotton feel fabric with elasticated wide waistband.

Looking for a Red Skirt? Find great deals on a Red Skirt for Women, Red Skirt for Juniors or Red Skirt for Girls at Macy's. Shop our Collection of Women's Red Skirts at softhome24.ml for the Latest Designer Brands & Styles. FREE SHIPPING AVAILABLE! Shop for red skirts for women at softhome24.ml Free Shipping. Free Returns. All the time.

| Kontakt | Impressum