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Here are the black-and-white comics I’m now making my way through. I have a bad habit, I guess, of starting and stopping books while I’m in the middle of other books—then again, comics are a bit friendlier to this compulsion as many are serialized to begin with and meant to be read in small chunks. (That said, it’s not lost on me that the Eisner and Tatsumi are not comics of that sort. Alas!)

These three—“Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind” by Hayao Miyazaki, “The Contract with God Trilogy” by Will Eisner, and “A Drifting Life” by Yoshihiro Tatsumi—basically couldn’t be more different. The Tatsumi and Eisner books are autobiographical to varying extents and have that in common, but the actual looks and flows of these things are incredibly distinct.

I don’t think the comic I’m working on now will be anything like these, but who knows when inspiration can strike.

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"Batman’s mission is really … almost a never-ending one and there’s a kind of terror to that I think that people may not necessarily want to see. They might not want to understand that the Batman’s mission never ends. There’s a kind of hope in that Batman will ultimately win and I guess what the story is saying, really … is it’s taking a long-running franchise where this guy is going to be revamped forever and he will always be new, and he will always come back shiny and new, and bigger and faster. But for him there’s a kind of horror in that. … That’s kind of where I was trying to get at: What if the Batman story never ends? What if you felt that for just a moment?"

Grant Morrison on the existential horror of being Batman. (Source: NY Post)

(Source: prismcess, via laurahudson)

mattfractionblog:

doyle you goddamn genius
geekygeekweek:

Tim Doyle – Robocop Movie Poster
Tim Doyle released this gorgeous screen print dedicated to the most controversial movie cop ever. Available on Blunt Graffix.

mattfractionblog:

doyle you goddamn genius

geekygeekweek:

Tim Doyle – Robocop Movie Poster

Tim Doyle released this gorgeous screen print dedicated to the most controversial movie cop ever. Available on Blunt Graffix.

(Source: geek-art.net, via twentypercentcooler)

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Batman has really had quite enough of you. (From Bruce Timm’s new animated short Batman: Strange Days)

kriskurse:

Kriskurse Giveaway #3!
This time I am giving away something very special, to reach a goal a bit of a ways away. This goal is 500 followers, so I need almost 150 more then I have right now. 
Prizes: 
1 Dragon’s Maze Game Day Champion Playmat signed by me. 
35$ worth of Alt art product*
75 Grumpy Cat Ulta Pro Sleeves.
*To explain the Alt Art product; I will personally alter any card / cards equaling 35 dollars value for you, with the designs of your choice. I can do anything and everything, you just have to keep the total cost of the alter under 35. (the costs of the card at Starcity prices)
Rules:
You Must be following me.
You must reblog this post, and if you please can like it also, but reblogging is what matters most.
Once I reach 500 followers, a random drawing will be held and the winner will be contacted within 24 hours. Once contacted, you have 3 days to reply or another name will be drawn. 
Good Luck!

kriskurse:

Kriskurse Giveaway #3!

This time I am giving away something very special, to reach a goal a bit of a ways away. This goal is 500 followers, so I need almost 150 more then I have right now. 

Prizes: 

  • 1 Dragon’s Maze Game Day Champion Playmat signed by me. 
  • 35$ worth of Alt art product*
  • 75 Grumpy Cat Ulta Pro Sleeves.

*To explain the Alt Art product; I will personally alter any card / cards equaling 35 dollars value for you, with the designs of your choice. I can do anything and everything, you just have to keep the total cost of the alter under 35. (the costs of the card at Starcity prices)

Rules:

  • You Must be following me.
  • You must reblog this post, and if you please can like it also, but reblogging is what matters most.
  • Once I reach 500 followers, a random drawing will be held and the winner will be contacted within 24 hours. Once contacted, you have 3 days to reply or another name will be drawn. 

Good Luck!

twentypercentcooler:

comicsalliance:

Steve Rude Shows Off ‘Adventures of Superman’ Cover, DC Reveals Additional Creators
By Andy Khouri
The best Superman comic book currently published is about to get even better with the addition of Steve Rude, arguably one of today’s best living American comic book artists. The April 14 edition of DC Comics’ digital-first Adventures of Superman anthology will see the master storyteller collaborate with writer (and a brilliant, influential artist in his own right) Jerry Ordway for a Superman story starring OMAC, a cult favorite creation of Rude’s hero, Jack Kirby.Read More

OMAC!!!!!

SO DAMN STOKED

twentypercentcooler:

comicsalliance:

Steve Rude Shows Off ‘Adventures of Superman’ Cover, DC Reveals Additional Creators

By Andy Khouri

The best Superman comic book currently published is about to get even better with the addition of Steve Rude, arguably one of today’s best living American comic book artists. The April 14 edition of DC Comics’ digital-first Adventures of Superman anthology will see the master storyteller collaborate with writer (and a brilliant, influential artist in his own right) Jerry Ordway for a Superman story starring OMAC, a cult favorite creation of Rude’s hero, Jack Kirby.

Read More

OMAC!!!!!

SO DAMN STOKED

birthmoviesdeath:

Awesome fan created VHS cover art for upcoming documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune. –EH

birthmoviesdeath:

Awesome fan created VHS cover art for upcoming documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune–EH

(via sonyclassics)

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glunders:

Handy new way to store #comics without looking like a slob (thanks BCW!)

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sonyclassics:

JODOROWSKY’S DUNE is the story of legendary cult film director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s staggeringly ambitious but ultimately doomed film adaptation of the seminal science fiction novel DUNE. 

Love him.