moth866643999642311568:

i found this series of stock images that are supposed to be of bullying but they just look really gay to me

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I always felt that I wanted to talk to as many people as possible. I don’t subscribe to this idea of the artist being in his garret and not being heard. I wanted to be populist as well. At the same time I had the idealistic notion I could make the avant-garde popular. But I realised to my cost years later that you can’t. — Grant Morrison, as part of a short but interesting (and previously-unpublished) chat with Graham Kibble-White about UK comics that we’ve just posted at the recently-founded Panel Beats.
Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery. — Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

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This sort of thing is why I’m sad Two Way Books is closing.

This sort of thing is why I’m sad Two Way Books is closing.

kierongillen:

fantasticgirlreadscomics:

Once upon a time Matt and Chip made a beautiful cover for the 4th printing of issue #1 of Sex Criminals. This beautiful cover captured the imagination of brimpers everywhere, including myself and my lovely coworker Heather (@girlblunders). The situation has since escalated nicely.

Welcome to Brimpception!

Astoundomaze.

abigailbrady:

Marvel’s greatest extras. 

I have resolved to be less pedantic, but this is for a good cause: three of these were not extras, but credited, speaking, parts.  “The Fan” is Adam Pally; the “Internet’s Intern” is Jonathan Howard; and the Apple Store guy is DC Pierson.

(The Galaga Guy is an extra as far as I can make out.)

The intern has got a name, and everything (it’s Ian), not to mention plenty of dialogue and plot significance. He’s no more an “extra” than Maya, Batroc or Hawkeye. Actually, he’s probably less of an extra than Hawkeye, lulz.

Totally climbed an actual mountain yesterday.

Totally climbed an actual mountain yesterday.

iasketchblog:

Superman
Inks, watercolors, acrylics
My earliest memory of reading a comic book was an issue of Action Comics featuring Superman on a fishing trip. Early 1980’s.
http://funrama.tumblr.com/
webcomic: Cocotte  www.cocottecomic.com

Fuck. Yeah. Ryan. Kelly.

iasketchblog:

Superman

Inks, watercolors, acrylics

My earliest memory of reading a comic book was an issue of Action Comics featuring Superman on a fishing trip. Early 1980’s.

http://funrama.tumblr.com/

webcomic: Cocotte  www.cocottecomic.com

Fuck. Yeah. Ryan. Kelly.

So yeah, if anyone’s got any line art they fancy letting me practice on…

So yeah, if anyone’s got any line art they fancy letting me practice on…