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The Irremediable Roy Red

Aug 15 '14

beckycloonan:

Little comic about how to make zucchini bread in these trying times. Dedicated to CB Cebulski, Mike Hardin, Ming Doyle, and anyone else who sunk my zucchini bread deep within their bodies.

A THOUSAND TIMES THIS.
One more reason why Becky’s the best.

Apr 22 '14
Moving = Mural
About 3 months or so I moved to a different state, and for the first time in 22 years i finally had a room of my own, so I was now able to hang posters on the walls, display action figures and most importantly, fully express my passion: comic books. So I decided to paint a mural on my new blank walls, the choice was hard but i had to go with the comic book i’ve liked the most in the past couple years: Hawkeye. Matt Fraction is doing an amazing job and so are the rest of the people involved, but personally David Aja is my favorite (The Immortal Iron Fist is deffinitely worth a look too.) So i went back to the first issues of Hawkeye and i ultimately decided upon this page from #8.It conveys so much without any dialogue and i just love the overall oldies feel of this issue as a whole. So from that point on it was just a matter of doing the actual mural (which involved breaking a sweat in tracing those rectangles) Anywho, here’s the first look at what I’ve got so far and i will be posting more pictures as I go on.

Moving = Mural

About 3 months or so I moved to a different state, and for the first time in 22 years i finally had a room of my own, so I was now able to hang posters on the walls, display action figures and most importantly, fully express my passion: comic books. So I decided to paint a mural on my new blank walls, the choice was hard but i had to go with the comic book i’ve liked the most in the past couple years: Hawkeye. Matt Fraction is doing an amazing job and so are the rest of the people involved, but personally David Aja is my favorite (The Immortal Iron Fist is deffinitely worth a look too.) So i went back to the first issues of Hawkeye and i ultimately decided upon this page from #8.
It conveys so much without any dialogue and i just love the overall oldies feel of this issue as a whole. So from that point on it was just a matter of doing the actual mural (which involved breaking a sweat in tracing those rectangles) Anywho, here’s the first look at what I’ve got so far and i will be posting more pictures as I go on.

Dec 31 '13

brianmichaelbendis:

MY YEAR IN COMICS 2013

i could have easily picked 20 more images if tumbles would allow. that’s how gorgeous the books were this year.  to all my collaborators… thank you all for your all.

to our readers… thank YOU for everything.  for the support, for your passionate comments, for your good humor. this is the best job on the planet and being able to share it all with you is the icing. 

tomorrow… MY YEAR IN COMICS 2014 

We’re still living in a Bendis age of comics and…oh, sorry i mean’t loving.

Dec 31 '13

(Source: ohrochester)

Dec 31 '13

francavillarts:

BEST (& GROOVIEST) COMICBOOK OF 2013? (that didn’t happen)

BATMAN 1972
Concept/story/art by Francesco Francavilla 

Reblog this if you agree :)

Cheers,
FF

Dec 31 '13
Dec 31 '13

brianmichaelbendis:

Original endpapers by Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez from Love and Rockets trade paperbacks vols. 1-7 and 9, published by Fantagraphics, 1985-1992.

(Source: thebristolboard)

Dec 31 '13
melvinzed:

Affiche pour la projection de POULTRYGEIST dans le cadre du F.I.S.T. à Rennes. 2012.

melvinzed:

Affiche pour la projection de POULTRYGEIST dans le cadre du F.I.S.T. à Rennes. 2012.

Dec 31 '13

tenaflyviper:

Horror Films With Incredible Poster/Cover Art:

From top left:

  • Blue Monkey (1987)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)
  • Rabid Grannies (1988)
  • Class of Nuke ‘Em High (1986)
  • Street Trash (1987)
  • Return of the Living Dead Part II (1988)
  • The Return of the Living Dead (1985)
  • The Video Dead (1987)
  • Fright Night (1985)
  • The Video Dead (detailed close-up - 1600 x 1000px)

As far as I’m concerned, there are few things in the world more beautiful than 1980’s poster art, particularly in the horror genre.  Bright, bold colors and painstaking attention to detail, lovingly hand-painted by various masters of their craft.  They just don’t make ‘em like this anymore.

Dec 31 '13
trashflavouredtrashfuckyou:

TOXIC AVENGER 2 JAPANESE VHS COVER

trashflavouredtrashfuckyou:

TOXIC AVENGER 2 JAPANESE VHS COVER