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Advertising on girlgeniusonline.com

At this time, our advertising is being handled by Hiveworks. You can find out more about how to advertise with us at the Hiveworks web site!

Girl Genius Online is a great place to advertise if you have a product that ties in with: Steampunk, Games (especially RPGs and Video Games), Science-Fiction or Fantasy, Girls' Interests, Science, Anime, Fandom, Conventions, Books, Higher Education, Cosplay, Gadgets, Electronics, or Comics.

We do screen our advertising, and we won't run anything likely to get us cranky e-mails, or anything that we find personally repugnant. We reserve the right to refuse any ad for any reason. (If we're going to get cranky e-mails, it's going to be for something WE did.)


Advertising on our other sites through Project Wonderful:

Advertising is also available on our other webcomic sites: What's New with Phil & Dixie, and Buck Godot: zap gun for hire.

What's New with Phil & Dixie is the page where we post Phil's RPG comics which ran in Dragon magazine in the early 80's.

Buck Godot: zap gun for hire features the adventures of Phil's science fiction detective who is "always available, never free."

 


Girl Genius is written by Professors Phil & Kaja Foglio of TPU, with drawings by Prof. P. Foglio.
Volume One was inked by Brian Snoddy. Volumes Two and Three were colored by Mark McNabb. Volume Four was colored by Laurie E. Smith. Cheyenne Wright is our current colorist. His work begins with Volume Five.

Girl Genius is a registered trademark of Studio Foglio, LLC. Agatha Heterodyne, Transylvania Polygnostic and all Girl Genius art, characters, design elements and logos™ & ©2000-2014 Studio Foglio, LLC., All rights reserved. Airship Entertainment™ is an imprint of Studio Foglio LLC, and publishes Girl Genius Graphic Novels on a yearly basis. Look for them in your favorite bookstore!

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