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Monthly Archives: September 2007
In the late 1980’s, Mark Engblom did some comic-related illustrations and cartoons for the Comics Buyer’s Guide. This one from 1989 struck me particularly. Just replace “super-hero” with “Tintin”, and you’ve got me nailed, basically. Except that I don’t really … Continue reading
A new year’s card by René Goscinny, to Harvey Kurtzman. It’s like looking into history…
Katie Cook draws the cutest Poison Ivy ‘ve ever seen. I want one ! And just look at these cutesy Watchmen : Check out her other sketch cards for DC, Star Wars and others. This girl is a graphical genius.
Johnny Ryan in Vice again. Hilarious.
A while ago I presented a strip by Flemish cartoonist Ilah, which struck me as being eerily close to what’s happening in my life right now. A few days ago, she hit the spot again. I very rarely get to … Continue reading
Last week mime king Marcel Marceau died at the age of 84. It’s only fitting that Viñetas pays hommage with the greatest take on this most questionable of all performing arts : French satirical cartoonist Gotlib’s try at explaining the … Continue reading
Tom Hart did a comic for The Panelist, a magazine about ethical invesments. Right up his street, I would say. (via the Top Shelf Blog)
Coinciding with the official presentation of his Rapture comic, Therefore Repent!, in Vancouver on Sept, 28, Salgood Sam has a challenge for you. Not only is he offering the the first third of Therefore Repent! free to read, but it’s … Continue reading
From Humuhumu comes this Jack Chick-like ultra-christian hate mongering against all things different. I just hope this is a parody. (via Bloggity-Blog-Blog-Blog)