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Monthly Archives: January 2013
I’m currently taking advantage of the weekend to weed out my ever-growing stack of magazines, and I came across this illustration by our very own Pieter de Poortere in Flemish entertainment and media magazine Focus, looking back at the year … Continue reading
In 2007, when is Elephantmen series turned out to be quite the hit, Richard Starkings came up with a “P” issue, or a Pilot, a collection of short stories that were created by other artists for the Comicraft website and … Continue reading
In an attempt to get the readers of Master Comics to buy their other titles as well, Fawcett used to include a feature called Comix Cards in their filler pages. The idea was that you cut out the illustrations (yes, … Continue reading
On the occasion of the exhibition La Boîte A Gand, which will present the visitors of the he Angoulême Festival to new Flemish creative comic talent, a special magazine was produced by The Flemish Literary Fund (Vlaams Fonds voor de … Continue reading
Chris Ware is his joyful self on the cover of the new French quarterly comics magazine, Kaboom (which I’ve slightly doctored here to focus on the artwork). Kaboom looks pretty interesting, with articles in the first issue on Guibert and … Continue reading
Sometimes 9Gag actually is pretty funny. Anybody know anything about this cartoonist? (click the image to read the rest)
Designer and illustrator Grégoire Guillemin collects a number of candid snapshots into the life of super-hero icons when they’re not in frame. And that makes from some more or less revealing extreme closeups. (via Design Taxi)