New York graffiti mash-up, via Nerd Dad . Thanks to Stephen Gerding for the link.
Archives for 03/02/2009
But speaking of free sampling, Rick Veitch reports that a new edition of his seminal BRAT PACK is coming out very soon, and the first 32 pages are available for download right now: Some good news: even though most comics are looking at a 20% price increase, KING HELL has held the line. This edition […]
Over the weekend, news broke that the popular LiveJournal community Scans–Daily has been closed down. The community started out as a repository for slash fiction, but has developed into a wide-ranging sampler of all kind of copyrighted comics material — some of it long unavailable, some fresh and new. Although moderators worked to prevent posting […]
Dylan Horrocks, one of New Zealand’s premier cartoonists, hasn’t been much heard from in recent years, but he’s got a brand new website which will showcase the popular webcomics serialization of his old print series ATLAS — which has come out twice since 2001, so hopefully he’ll be a bit more prolific! Well, it’s taken […]
By Steve Bunche The folks over at Warner Bros. Animation have proven time and again since the now-classic Batman: The Animated Series that they not only care about making genuinely good and entertaining superhero material, they also get it thanks to many of its bigwigs being comics fans themselves. That aspect helps immeasurably when bringing […]
Somehow, last week we did not link to Jill Thompson’s gorgeous artwork for BEASTS OF BURDEN, a four-issue miniseries wirtten by Evan Dorkin with painted art by Thompson about some animals who fight the supernatural. The characters have already appeared in Dark Horse’s various anthologies “The Dark Horse Book of…” Hauntings, Witches, The Dead and […]