Web Crush Wednesdays: The Guild and Pancake, Pancake, Pancake

So last week there were no web crushes! Oh no! I know you are all devastated, so today we have two web crushes for you! Enjoy!

The Guild

It’s just this tiny little web series…maybe you’ve heard of it…I don’t know… Okay actually it’s one of the most well known and most popular web series on the internet right now. In fact it’s so popular I didn’t even know if I should put it up as a web crush. It almost seems like cheating, but I love this show too much to leave it out.

Felicia Day an avid gamer, the writer, and star of the show, plays Codex who keeps a video blog about her quirky life as a gamer girl. The cast in this show is split evenly, three girls and three guys and all the characters are interesting funny and well developed! Above all though this show is hilarious, a must watch for all gamers!

Pancake, Pancake, Pancake – Natazilla

Natazilla or Natasha Allegri is an artist at Cartoon Network that often works on one of our favorite shows here at Lady Geek Girl and Friends, yep you guessed it, it’s Adventure Time!!! She is most well known for her drawings of gender-swapped Adventure Time characters that were recently featured in an episode.

The blog itself, named after her adored cat Pancake, not only features pictures of Adventure Time characters, but humorous cartoons about her own life, Pokemon, and Garfield. My favorite thing about her blog, however, is her original drawings. They are always so cool, creative, and inspiring. I often find myself wanting to write little short stories about the characters she draws.

Natazilla’s artwork often features strong and interesting looking female characters. She usually posts a Girl A Day and each one has been better than the last.

I hope you check them both out and gain a web crush of your own. Until next time!

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