And barring that "All-Bacon Caitlin Fairchild" Gen13 variant cover from 1993, she's right [nevermind that a Johnny Grunge version would have made more sense].
Sarah's sort of the Queen of the Internet as far as I'm concerned. Not only is she a regular contributor to the excellent xoJane.com [you can see Sarah's work for them here], but she's also published on various other sites all over the net, and hosts her own Spreecast Channel - which she graciously has me on as a guest fairly often, with us even doing weekly shows recapping various television programs or entertainment goings-on - most recently, Breaking Bad.
Sarah also reached out to me after my father died. It took me a while to get to a place where I could reach back, but when I did, I gained a real friend, someone as committed to getting my name out there as she was her own. She's let me plug our little comic shameless on her shows at every turn - and she's always around to talk, when needed.
You can follow Sarah on Twitter @sarahgcrow and check out her own website, sarahcrow.com, here.
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"Calamity Cash & The Town with No Name" (25 pages, $3.50, plus shipping): The mother/daughter vigilante team of Tana and Cal Cash are on the run from an Afro-rocking, Kung-Fu assassin, and have been forced to make their last stand in a nameless desert town hiding an unbelievable secret - every last citizen is in the Witness Protection program! Out of gas, low on ammo, and with their backs against the wall, Calamity and Mama Cash become the town's unlikely protectors, but with friends so quickly becoming enemies, and old enemies becoming friends, is the whole place doomed to burn? And will our heroines be the ones to light the first match? A modern-day action/adventure western with words by Randall Nichols, and art by Justin Cornell.