Sunday, August 28, 2011
UPDATE - and let's all chuck a few bucks in this direction.
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Brigonos Mac Giolla Chomhgaill turns the Klams/Wynne tractor motif into an internet meme; Alfie Gallagher renders the grievous angel in sequins; cop a load of Emma Rios (check out her Flickr for starters); and Dave Johnson's been Drinking &amp; Drawing again; Rich Pellegrino goes Nintendo on Klimt's ass; and Nathan Stapley's robotic companions.
There's a certain fear that comes with checking Twitter and your RSS feed after having been offline for a few days. The backlog is far too big to entertain the notion of ever catching up with what's been going on with all my favourites. There was one link too good not to share, just in case any of you haven't seen it already at the FPI blog. It's a blog dedicated to reviewing every Future Shock in chronological order. I don't know the author, but he writes with an understated authority. He's clearly very knowledgeable on all matters 2000AD.
Monday, August 15, 2011
Tuesday, August 09, 2011
I continue to like the classicism of The Biz's covers for STABBY MAN or wtf it's called. They've got an old school 2000AD thing going on that reminds me of why we all fell in love with him way back when.
And Mitch Gerads' Matt Smith has character.
Wednesday, August 03, 2011
Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Man, trying to keep coming up with new blog post titles is HARD. When you're drunk.
Tim Hamilton evoking Reverso.
Neil Roberts teaches us the collective term for evil robots: a clutch of Blackbloods.
Henry Bonsu drops a blasphemous non sequitur nonpareil.
Warwick Johnson Cadwell's Joker is delightfully, unexpectedly, moddish.