I will cut you

24th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Social Waste Product with 115 notes

waveshape:

logan’s run

Ideal life. 

waveshape:

logan’s run

Ideal life. 

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23rd July 2014

Video reblogged from Social Waste Product with 88 notes

tumblgarden:

PERTURBATOR ANIMATED!!

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23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from YOU CHOSE WRONG with 54 notes

youchosewrong:

(from DC Super Heroes Which Way Book #1: Superman The Man of Steel - written by Andrew Helfer, illustrated by Jose Delbo,1983)
Submitted by the Magnificent Mike Sterling!

youchosewrong:

(from DC Super Heroes Which Way Book #1: Superman The Man of Steel - written by Andrew Helfer, illustrated by Jose Delbo,1983)

Submitted by the Magnificent Mike Sterling!

23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Alex Segura with 51 notes

alexsegura:

Davie Byrne photographed by Annie Leibovitz, 1986

Hero. 

alexsegura:

Davie Byrne photographed by Annie Leibovitz, 1986

Hero. 

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23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Hark! A Vagrant: with 1,516 notes

beatonna:

Look what’s here, it’s comics!  Click and go read em.  From the news post:
Hello my friends!It’s been a while. I’m trying to stretch these comic making muscles again, so here are a load of sketchy sillies. In the past year, I’ve been doing some work in books and tv, as I’ve mentioned, some of it working out and some of it not. But I’m very excited to tell you that I just finished this book with Scholastic, which should be out next fall! It’s a lot of fun and I hope you will like it! I’m working on the sequel to the Hark A Vagrant book next with Drawn and Quarterly, so good news, you’ll be seeing comics more frequently! And I miss making them.

beatonna:

Look what’s here, it’s comics!  Click and go read em.  From the news post:

Hello my friends!

It’s been a while. I’m trying to stretch these comic making muscles again, so here are a load of sketchy sillies. In the past year, I’ve been doing some work in books and tv, as I’ve mentioned, some of it working out and some of it not. But I’m very excited to tell you that I just finished this book with Scholastic, which should be out next fall! It’s a lot of fun and I hope you will like it! 

I’m working on the sequel to the Hark A Vagrant book next with Drawn and Quarterly, so good news, you’ll be seeing comics more frequently! And I miss making them.

23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Bathtub Gingerale with 52 notes

calamityjon:

Indulging myself with what I think might be the oldest piece of published Superman art which was illustrated by Jon Bogdanove. This predated Superman:Man of Steel by about four years, anyway.
Absolutely love Bog’s Superman - I guess he was a controversial artist, and maybe the wild liberty of his forms rankled folks looking for a clean line in the Swan tradition, I suppose. Lots of room for different styles, is my feeling about it…

calamityjon:

Indulging myself with what I think might be the oldest piece of published Superman art which was illustrated by Jon Bogdanove. This predated Superman:Man of Steel by about four years, anyway.

Absolutely love Bog’s Superman - I guess he was a controversial artist, and maybe the wild liberty of his forms rankled folks looking for a clean line in the Swan tradition, I suppose. Lots of room for different styles, is my feeling about it…

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23rd July 2014

Post reblogged from Cliff Chiang with 609 notes

Happy Batman Day!

cliffchiang:

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Here are a couple sketches from the aborted “Bat-Man” project with Azzarello.  Initially conceived as a First Wave title, I wanted Robin to be the son of Wu Cheng from the Blackhawks — fuck you, Chop Chop — sent to be raised in the US by Bruce Wayne. Get some pulp in that juice.

23rd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Dave Ex Machina with 762 notes

qwantzfeed:

TIP: Some searches will appear to return zero results.  Remember: no search can return zero results.  Someone is filtering them.  DON’T LOOK FOR THEM INSIDE YOUR COMPUTER LOOK FOR THEM INSIDE YOUR SKULL LOOK FOR THEM INSIDE YOUR SKULL LOOK FOR THEM INSIDE YOUR SKULL

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23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Comic Club with 23 notes

comicclubusa:

Got my first shipment.  This one from Dylan Todd.  
The highlight of this batch is a killer logo by Gray Morrow for this 1974 Red Circle horror comic. Two-point perspective stone walls that at first look like the walls in a creepy old castle with the top of the letters suggesting the crenulations of battlements and some dark arrow slits but then you have details more in line with fog-choked old London like that gaslight lamp burning on the H and the spikes on the roof tops. Then there is a dungeon door and I think the letter A might even have a safe under it. Self-lit logos are even more rare than two-point perspective logos, but close inspection shows that there must be another light source shining in from off-page to the left.
I’m gonna try and convince Depths of Reality to rip off this logo for their demo.
-AJ

That Madhouse logo is the damn bomb. 

comicclubusa:

Got my first shipment.  This one from Dylan Todd.  

The highlight of this batch is a killer logo by Gray Morrow for this 1974 Red Circle horror comic. Two-point perspective stone walls that at first look like the walls in a creepy old castle with the top of the letters suggesting the crenulations of battlements and some dark arrow slits but then you have details more in line with fog-choked old London like that gaslight lamp burning on the H and the spikes on the roof tops. Then there is a dungeon door and I think the letter A might even have a safe under it. Self-lit logos are even more rare than two-point perspective logos, but close inspection shows that there must be another light source shining in from off-page to the left.

I’m gonna try and convince Depths of Reality to rip off this logo for their demo.

-AJ

That Madhouse logo is the damn bomb. 

22nd July 2014

Link reblogged from Wait, What? with 4 notes

For FF‘s Sake: Graeme Jumps Over Onto The Companion Fraction Fantastic Title →

waitwhatpod:

graemem:

In which I follow-up on my look at the Fraction/Bagley/Kesel/Inaco Fantastic Four last week with a look at its companion title, which — as many people said in the comments to the first piece — is much better.

For those who aren’t following WaitWhatPodcast.com, hey! Jeff and I do written reviews every week on there in addition to the every-two-weeks podcast. Go and enjoy. And then support the Patreon because why not.

New post! More reviews more review more reviews etc.

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