Friday, May 28, 2010
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Monday, May 24, 2010
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
BB sticks it to that bell-end Erró, over at Rich Johnston's
fabulous country estate website. Hold the phone... did the good guys just win one?
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
by Mark Kardwell at 10:33 PM
More Papism. Could the presence of John Romita Jr make me return to Bendis' Avenger-verse? Probably not. Goran Parlov is the boss of the Windsor & Newton #2. Dave Johnson's latest PUNISHER MAX cover is fully mental, fully brilliant.
Cop the lot at CBR.
Monday, May 17, 2010
Sunday, May 16, 2010
I won't be buying this, 'cus I've already got it. But do take a look at it, s'lovely stuff, the forerunner of the work they're doing now in DAYTRIPPER.
This month's bits of Mignola business. The SOLOMON KANE cover is deliciously pulpy.
The second STAR WARS OMNIBUS features all of that lovely Al Williamson THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK adaptation you probably remember fondly if you are an old fart around my age.
See the lot at CBR.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Down the right, at the bottom - "Labelled With Love", a cloud-formed directory of every label I've ever tagged an entry at this blog with. And when you've been blogging as long as I have, everybody and everything ends up getting a tag. It's been meta-data up the yin-yang 'round these parts all week.
Wednesday, May 05, 2010
Also via the internet-scouring of Mr Jason Garrattley, it's the Fab Faux essaying pretty much all of side two of The Beatles' ABBEY ROAD, which is yer Mount Parnassus of pop, right there.
The Fab Faux - Abbey Road Side 2 (mostly) from The Fab Faux on Vimeo.
Don't forget to hang on right to the end.
Dan McDaid is available for commissions at the moment, and he's just posted this one at his blog. I've been going back over my back pages of late, tagging them, as my librarian's mind focuses on an idea about metadata for work. And y'know what? I'm labelling a lot of posts from 2008 with "Dan McDaid", "Jack Kirby", and "Doctor Who". Here's all three together, in excelsis.
Eric Canete puts as much work into a headshot sketched at a convention as some people do in a lifetime. To prove a point, here's Hellboy and Ladytron.
Just came across this from this guy's Flickr photostream. Crackin' stuff.
Saw this at Jason Garrattley's Ancient and Forever Tumblr site. Hey, Jason: I reckon you could do with posting that Dan McDaid image there, too.