Ask Roseville High

A Bittersweet Candy Bowl ask blog! Updates Saturdays.

From now until May 30 we’re planning something special for Bittersweet Club International members! If you sign up, you’ll not only get all these special comics to read…

But you’ll also get the opportunity to post a BCB drawing request to be drawn by Vero in a huge long livestream we have planned. It’s all to help us better afford to rent a new apartment (which we really really hope to find and move into next month.)

Subscriptions are $39 and last for a year — and you’ll get gifts in the mail, access tons of exclusive member-only comics (a whole book’s worth!) and, of course, an art request, for free! If you like getting the most out of the money you spend on webcomics, it is a super good deal — way more exclusive content than even we put into our books.

We’ll post about the stream here when it happens. But until then, if you could contribute we’d really appreciate your support!

squigglegigs:

drew some candy cats

We met Mabel at Anime Boston over the weekend and not only did she astound us with her BCB superfandom and cosplay but she’s an excellent artist too! Just look at these!

ctcon:

Veronica Vera and Oliver Bareham (Bittersweet Candy Bowl) are coming to ConnectiCon 2014!
Veronica “Taeshi” Vera has been drawing comics since she was a child. Inspired by cartoons and TV drama, the idea of a comic about angsty cats in love was probably inevitable! Together with her partner Oliver she has published comics online since 2006.
Following a group of cats and dogs through high school, Bittersweet Candy Bowl is filled with a mixture of comedy and romantic drama. Packed with casual flings, happy couples, and the occasional awkward date, it may just be the most comprehensive story about teenage cats and dogs ever told!

Oh boy! You’re all coming, right?

ctcon:

Veronica Vera and Oliver Bareham (Bittersweet Candy Bowl) are coming to ConnectiCon 2014!

Veronica “Taeshi” Vera has been drawing comics since she was a child. Inspired by cartoons and TV drama, the idea of a comic about angsty cats in love was probably inevitable! Together with her partner Oliver she has published comics online since 2006.

Following a group of cats and dogs through high school, Bittersweet Candy Bowl is filled with a mixture of comedy and romantic drama. Packed with casual flings, happy couples, and the occasional awkward date, it may just be the most comprehensive story about teenage cats and dogs ever told!

Oh boy! You’re all coming, right?