Two views of Captain America

We’re informed that Captain America will soon be appearing on an artistic print: Street artist and superhero collager Miss Bugs will soon be releasing a print version of “Carry Your Sins” featuring Marvel patriot and enemy of teabaggers, Captain America, who appears to be summoning his inner Jesus. The details about the 2-color silkscreen with […]

Mighty Boosh toys DO exist!

The other day we were moaning that there aren’t any Mighty Boosh toys, but it turns out Pete Wilson made some which are available in England, and you can order them via StrangeCo. With Vince Noir, Howard Moon, Bollo, and Naboo the Enigma, it’s a great start but we still need Dixon Bainbridge, Bob Fossil […]

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits – 2/26/10

§ The future is…“?” The transition within the book publishing industry from physical inventory stored in a warehouse and trucked to retailers to digital files stored in cyberspace and delivered almost anywhere on earth as quickly and cheaply as e-mail is now underway and irreversible. This historic shift will radically transform worldwide book publishing, the […]

Comics Watch: The Year of the Rat

Caeyetano Garza writes to say that his Ignatz Award-winning webcomic The Year of the Rat is now available in book format. It’s a surreal comics adventure. This volume collects Books I and II of the Ignatz Award winning series YEAR OF THE RAT which originally ran between 2008 and 2010 on One morning, as […]

The Art of Jaime Hernandez due in April

And we cannot wait!! Written by Todd Hignite, the book contains an intro by Alison Bechdel. In 1981 three Mexican-American brothers self-published their first comic book, Love and Rockets, and “changed American cartooning forever” according to Publishers Weekly. More than twenty-five years later,
it is still being published to critical and commercial success.
 Jaime Hernandez’s moving […]