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Monthly Archives: May 2007
It happened. i-merge transmogrified into Boondoggle.
Hulk Returns ! Grammatically correct, and in French, nonetheless ! (via This is Pop Culture)
The newest in a series of companies who are giving away free digital comics, is none other than Vertigo. In an attempt to promote the trade paperbacks to their major series, the DC imprint has made available the first issues … Continue reading
Over at the Hotel Fred, Roger Langridge has unveiled the cover he’s made for Comics Journal 284. It’s been there a while, but I only found out about his blog today. There’s more cool art and doodles aplenty there, so … Continue reading
I was reading some old Angel And The Ape issues (I just love those zany comics from the sixties), and my eye fell on these advertisements for toys and clothing. What struck me is that, even now I know that … Continue reading
He was a star in his days, but now he seems to be largely forgotten, along with all the other heroes of the pop art movement. Still, Guy Peellaert made some pretty impressive paintings (the Rock Dreams series literally rocked), … Continue reading
This is the final post in my 40th anniversary marathon. And at the same time, it is a look back at how it all began. I had heard that Chris Ware had been doing a promotional strip for Amsterdam comic … Continue reading
New Year’s cards are always a good source for nice illustrative work. These cards were commissioned respectively by Humo Magazine in 2005, and comic store Het Besloten Land in Leuven, Belgium in 2006(the best comic store on the continent, let … Continue reading