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An all-female comic/text anthology of true stories about love, romance, and sex! Featuring new cartoons by Margaret Atwood
An all-female comic/text anthology of true stories about love, romance, and sex! Now available through Dark Horse Comics.
An all-female comic/text anthology of true stories about love, romance, and sex! Now available through Dark Horse Comics.
3,640 backers pledged CA$ 122,286 to help bring this project to life.

How to Go Steady Kickstarter is Live!

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I've long been a fan of comics historian Jacque Nodell who runs Sequential Crush, dedicated to the history of 1960s & 1970s romance comic history. I'm beyond thrilled to hear today that she will be doing a Kickstarter to fund her first print book! And even cooler it's the same size as Secret Loves of Geek Girls, meaning it's going to look great on the shelf next to it. If you have an interest in classic romance comics, check it out!

(note: though I am friendly with Jacque Nodell, she has not asked for this promotional message nor am I being compensated for it. It's just a really cool book I think you'll like with great art!)

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sequentialcrush/sequential-crush-presents-how-to-go-steady?ref=project_link

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    1. Hope Nicholson 7-time creator
      Superbacker
      on June 14, 2016

      Hi Justine, I've never done this in the past, but supporting the resurrection of classic comics and female representation has always been core to my projects and this project seemed uniquely attractive to people who enjoyed my books. I don't blame anyone for unsubscribing at all if they don't agree! There's always other ways to keep in touch of new projects, through my newsletter at hopenicholson.com, or through social media updates on my Bedside Press page on Facebook

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      Justine Lera on June 14, 2016

      Hey .... I'm not sure it's cool to use your kickstarter as a promotional tool for someone else's project? I mean, when I backed your kickstarter, I don't recall giving permission for my address to be used this way. Maybe I did, and if so - OK. My bad for forgetting ;)
      I know I can unsub from updates, and I have, but now you lose out if you want to reach out to me about future legit projects of your own.