Becky made a comic, and you can read it right now right over here. This is all a true story, and it’s really close to us as a couple, and I hope you like it. It’s written as a diary comic that was never really supposed to get published, but it turned into much much more. You’ll know what I mean after you read it. Becky did an amazing job.
In fact she did such an amazing job she won an award for it at this years Chromacon! She was up against some massive talent and friends from the scene who’s work we absolutely adore. I mean, just look at these people!
So much as happened these last two weeks I haven’t even given you guys a rundown about Tauranga Zinefest let alone Chromacon, so here’s a bunch of posts about the event. It was awesome hanging out with everyone, we were flanked by Pepper Raccoon and DeadFace Comics.
I took a few photos at @chromacon this year. I got to meet a lot of beautiful people and catch up with some friends. This is a small thread of some little moments I caught on camera pic.twitter.com/WjhuureiPP
— Becky Hunt (@BeckyButtermint) June 3, 2019
You deserve it Becky! Thank you for bravely sharing your important experience with us all through this deeply personal and touching work of art 🙏 https://t.co/hfZTyWrDNO
— Chromacon Indie Arts Festival (@Chromacon) June 1, 2019
If you're at @chromacon2019 tomorrow, look for @SnailProphet's gentle but wrenching comic Expecting. ❤ pic.twitter.com/psWZDv8eGw
— Dylan Horrocks (@dylanhorrocks) June 1, 2019
— Becky Hunt (@BeckyButtermint) May 28, 2019