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Monthly Archives: July 2007
Golden Age Comic Book Stories presents a wonderful set of illustrations by Walter Harrison Cady. I’d never heard of him before, but his work eerily fits into some of today’s alternative cartoon styles. I particularly like the Ivory Soap (advertisment … Continue reading
Anticipation – Warner Bros is really taking this viral movie marketing to the next level. I mean, this Batman movie will take on a “new, darker take” on the Joker ? So what ? It’s been only 20 years since … Continue reading
“Smoke Break” is a comic by Emily Flake about her ambiguous relationship with the Nicotine devil. It was published in the march 8, 2006 issue of the Baltimore City Paper. Even though I am not a smoker myself, I can … Continue reading
From Ads from the world, more great cartoon-style advertising, this time for Deloitte. Wonderful stuff by South-African agency King James. Read on to see more…
Ads of the World highlights a wonderful cartoony campaign, giving some edge to something as stuffy as a classical concert hall. By Jung von Matt. Read on for more…
A great comic from a recent issue of Humo – Kamagurka and Herr Seele’s Cowboy Henk tries on Superman’s garb… (translation : “Shit, all my clothes are in the laundry. The only thing I have left is this thing here.” … Continue reading
This very nice piece of Sacco-like cartoon journalism by war correspondent David Axe and illustrator Matt Bors appeared in the second issue of Vice this year. Read on for the complete comic, and also have a look at the War … Continue reading
I’m normally not the type to start raving about upcoming stuff, but I truly can’t wait to see this. (via This is Pop Culture)
In mijn laatste column van deze jaargang (Stripgids, juni 2007) heb ik het over de activiteiten van Europese uitgeverijen op het internet, en hoe dat allemaal nogal tegenvalt.