Home(stuck)coming is our second Homestuck Dance Party of the year, featuring DJ Deuce, the Mayor of Promstuck, in a triumphant musical return! This go round, it will be held at the Auld Pavilion in Antelope Park (near the Children’s Zoo in Lincoln), which means we won’t have any of the attendance cap issues we did with Promstuck. That means: tell your friends, tell your neighbors, let’s make this party rock!
Theme will be announced when decided; check the poll on the Nebraska Midwest Homestucks page to vote! Royalty voting will open after we’ve got the theme decided.
RULES: - Minimum age of 13! If you are under 16, please acquire yourself an adult willing to be responsible for you for the sake of liability.
- No drugs or alcohol AT ALL IN ANY WAY. Anyone with drugs or alcohol (even if you’re of age!) will be asked to leave the event.
- No re-admittance; once you leave, you’re left. Some exceptions may apply, talk to your committee if you think there is some legitimate reason you may need to exit and re-enter the venue.
-LEAVE ROOM FOR JEGUS: keep your shenanigans PG-13 please, or you will be beaten severely with pool noodles.
- Cosplay is fine, but no full-body paint! The committee does not want to pay cleaning fees, and YOU don’t want to pay for wrecking someone else’s fancy clothes.
COST: Pre-orders are $6, at the door is $8 with Cantown donations and $10 without. Since there’s effectively no attendance cap (the venue can hold over 200 people), pre-ordering is not super critical, but it’s really nice and helps the committee soothe their wallets, and also gives us a better attendance estimate. NOTE: pre-orders will open as soon as we have confirmation on the venue; we don’t want any last-minute changes we might have to make disrupting pre-orders and plans.
i can hear children laughing outside my window and it’s making me hungry
I DIDTN KNOW IT WOULD SOUND LIKE THAT I DONT WANT TO EAT CHILDREN IM NOT GOIGN TO ANSWER ANYMORE QUESTIONS ABOUT EATING CHILDREN DO NO T ASK ME QUESTION ABOTU EATING CHILDREN I DONRT KNOW FROM ANY SORT OF EXPERIENCE
“Sometimes I feel like I have ruined comics for myself forever. Sometimes I will look at a normal comic, and think to myself, what the fuck are all these fucking panels doing on the same fucking page? SPREAD EM OUT DUDE! True story. It is my fond hope that I have ruined, or will ruin, comics for everyone else too. Scott McCloud wrote what I am sure is a pretty good book called Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art. One day I hope to write a book called Ruining Comics: Forever. It will be a 1000 page book, and every page will simply be a photograph of my face.”—Andrew Hussie (via egeusthepirate)
Hetalia:*Smiles* I just wanted to make sure you're ok.
Homestuck:Oh... *Pauses* Do you...want to come in...? *Opens the door wider*
Hetalia:Well, I've got some time to kill so, why not? *Walks into Homestuck's house and notices picture frames along the wall* What are all these photos of?
Homestuck:Oh, thoses are my friends...before they died... *Frowns a bit*
Hetalia:*Eyes widen* You have so many! Hey! This one even has horns! What's his name? :D
Homestuck:That's Karkat, he's a troll. *Begins to smile*
Hetalia:Haha, cool! And who is this? *Points to another photo*
Homestuck:*Smiles more* That's Dave Strider! He's awesome!
Hetalia:Is he as awesome as Prussia?
Homestuck:I don't know, maybe...? *Smiles*
Hetalia:Oh! *Points to a picture of Sollux* What about this guy, with the 3-D glasses?
Homestuck:*Bursts out with laughter*
Narator:The two fandoms then went over several photos of Homestuck's friends. The rest of the afternoon was spent with memories, laughs, and smiles. Homestuck was still saddened with her losses, but Hetalia was making sure that Homestuck was alright.