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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Christoph Niemann has provided the illustrations to 20 Things I Learned About Browsers And The Web, an online book that Google produced to make the average user more knowledgeable about what makes up the internet, and to spread awareness about … Continue reading
Jeffrey Meyer of the Abstract Comics blog (which you should read) posted this quite clever mashup of Daniel Clowes Eighball # 22 (the one that Clowes himself cut up to make the Ice Haven hardcover). I’m still not sure what … Continue reading
If you do the right thing, you’ll need to wear a cape, because only then you’re a hero. (via I Believe In Advertising)
Team Dynamite Lazer Beam just dumped a whole load of great art on us via his Live Journal, including a very good silent comic chronicling the creation and evolution of a single planet in a vast, vast universe. It kinda … Continue reading
Soju Tanaka is a Japanese illustrator working in London, who aims at “making people laugh and happy by my works and I love chuckles of the people at them.” Mission accomplished, I’d say. Check out his site and blog for … Continue reading
Thunder Mates is a hilarious series of comics mash-ups by Ben Hutchings, in which he adds surprisingly fitting new dialogue to exisiting comic art. I totally am amazed by this scene in which Rorschach and his shrink turn out to … Continue reading
I am simply in love with Grant Snider’s Incidental Comics. He’s discovered the secret of cramming a lifetime of truth in one simple comic page. They are so awesome, it’s frightening. Please, publishers, offer this guy a deal.