Just saw this over at io9. Someone's put a lot of effort into it.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
1. Brendan McCarthy shares the love with Joe Gordon over at the FPI blog.
2. You in need of a laugh? Try the greatest Tumblr site ever. I was literally crying by the time I reached the end.
3. The new TARDIS interior is bloomin' glorious.
Monday, March 29, 2010
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Now with added this:
I recently got a fit of the giggles when someone from my usual comic shop pointed out that I had pre-ordered Marvel's PRELUDE TO DEADPOOL CORPS #3 - had I forgotten to order issues 1,2&4? Jesus, I've been buying comics from them for years now - do they still have no clue what makes me tick?
Anyway: issue 3 was drawn by PHIL BOND! Preview pages here. And issue 5 is drawn by KYLE BAKER! Preview pages here.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Great month for covers at Marvel.
Kaare Andrews goes with mutant babies puking over Emma Frost's giant knockers.Naturally enough.
Paul Pope does Phil Dick.
Two (!) Spidey covers from Brendan McCarthy.
Another crazy kinetic job from Eric Canete.
Geof Darrow! Hell yeah!
Can't get enough of Dave Johnson's Punisher covers.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Full mountain o' shite here.
Dunno what's going on here, but I do like the idea of Doug Mahnke drawing Lobo.
Sienkiewicz is as Sienkiewicz does. I'll probably buy this. Not straight away. Whenever it's going dirt cheap as a back issue.
Allred draws tasty, tasty brains.
Stuff I nearly went with: Darwyn Cooke drawing more Moebius-style Jonah Hex; DC reprinting that Superman/Mohammad Ali treasury as a full-sized repro-edition; and is Stephane Roux a dame or a dude? 'Cus whichever it is, (s)he's drawn Zatanna with the most matronly bosom I've seen on any comic book cover...
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Fucking hell, been away from the computer for a few days, and it takes me three hours to hack my way through the good stuff that's accumulated on the aul' RSS feed. Anyway, 2000AD fans, check this out - The Galaxy's Greatest Comic gets the Steal This Pitch treatment at io9. Sure, we could have told yeh all that anyway.
And Jason at Between Clark And Hilldale points out a fine example of Bad Librarianship from the stylus of 2000AD ledge Brian O'Bolland.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Simon from the Pimpernel's Blog may not think the movers and shakers of Hollywood read his blog, but I'm deluded enough to think there's a chance they may see this*: Click here to see his inspired casting call for the proposed DAN DARE movie. And once you've seen it, start campaigning: Michael Fassbender for Dan Dare! Make your voice heard!
*From the same blogger who brought you the successful campaigns "Brian Blessed for Odin" and "Nick Frost for Volstagg".
Not content with stinking up movies and TV, Lady Gaga's otherwise brilliant new video has a ton of it going on. Can't blame her - I'm pretty fond of Miracle Whip myself, when it's time for a low-rent Mayonnaise substitute.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Monday, March 08, 2010
Stuff I saw today and thought worthy of your attention.
1. Jim Mahfood does Miles.
2. Neil Gazin loses his shit over SECRET ASIAN MAN. Note to self: and that's how you make a comics vodcast.
Nick Gazin's Comic Book Witch Hunt #8: Secret Asian Man from Nick Gazin on Vimeo.
3. Latest IRON MAN 2 trailer. Oh, ham-bone.
Sunday, March 07, 2010
Saw this in an opinion piece at io9. Is this how Grant Morrison's Marvel Boy dresses these days? Looks fun to draw, but not even Chris Bachalo's art entices me to buy superhero comics these days.
Ah, it's hard to beat Jason Garrattley's dedication to the notion of Kirby As A Genre. For starters, there's the great blog he curates on the subject, Kirby Vision, and there's all those groovy montages he knocks up (best seen at his Flickr page). Here's his latest, which he did for yer man Tim Miner at the Marvel Smartass blog. Bloomin' glorious.