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Monthly Archives: December 2010
What better way to start off the new year with a seasonal cartoon by Luc Cromheecke, featuring our all-time favourite alien, Plunk ? (cartoon © Luc Cromheecke)
Vans is supposed to have created launched these Crumb-themed sneakers. And for once, the design is completely accurate. (via Blog de Cómics, where there’s more)
Since I haven’ been posting a lot lately, and because it’s Christmas after all, here’s a bit of a treat. In 1980, the Smurfs were the official mascot for the Belgian Olympic team for the Moscow Summer Olympics. On that … Continue reading
In 2007, Rupert Sanders, award-winning director of advertising shorts and currently working on Snow White And The Huntsman, created a short film based on Charles Burns’ graphic novel, Black Hole. The film recently got quite some attention after Slashfilm featured … Continue reading
In the January, 2011 issue of UK music monthly Rock Sound, a huge poster is included of hipster rock band My Chemical Romance, as drawn by artist Becky Cloonan. There’s supposed to be a comic book in the making by … Continue reading
For the December, 2010 issue of the Oxford American magazine, British cartoonist genius Jon McNaught created a strip with his predictions of what life will be like in forty years’ time. I am consistently in awe of McNaugh’s creations, and … Continue reading