31 Days of Halloween: Bobby Timony’s Monster Pin Up Girl Playing Cards

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Kickstarter alert! Bobby Timony (The Night Owls, The Horror Lovers, Detectobot and Goblin Hood) is Kickstarting a deck of playing cards adorned with cute monster girl pin-ups.
That says it all right?
Timony’s cartoon-esque art is just right to present monsters girls who are sexy without being over the top, and just the right sense of humor as well. If the Kickstarter succeeds (only $8000, so let’s do it!) it’ll also be presented as a hardcover with a foreword by Molly Crabapple. Timony’s doing 54 different illustrations for the set, which is perfect for playing all your scary Halloween card games like Go Monster Fish and 21 Devils on Horseback.
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24 Hours of Webcomics: SCHMUCK

SCHMUCK is the brain-child of pop culture man about town and award-winning photographer Seth Kushner. He sets out to tell a semi-autobiographical story  in the hands of a host of talented comic artists featuring the brutal honesty of real life when looking for love. One of the dominant themes is coming from a Jewish background, facing family pressures to find a nice Jewish girl, and all of the chaotic mishaps of the average pop culture obsessed Joe facing embarrassment, miscommunication, and repetitive disappointment looking for the “one”. schmuck1

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31 Days of Halloween: Bobby Timony’s Casper Rider

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Here’s a mashup courtesy of Bobby Timony, formerly of NIGHT OWLS and currently working on a bunch of secret but cool projects.

Keep those links and JPGS coming folks!

31 days of Halloween: Bobby Timony

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Bobby Timony of Zuda’s Night Owls provides a nod to an imagined Laurel & Hardy horror comedy, LAUREL & HARDY: VAMPIRE HUNTERS. Click for a larger version.

BTW we somehow already screwed up and posted yesterday’s piece late, so here’s a link to Ronn Sutton’s classic Elvira art.