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Monthly Archives: September 2007
BBC 4 sent Jonathan Ross in search of Steve Ditko. Click through for the other 6 fragments.
I-date Ltd., the people behind the social networking platform Quechup (which I happened to blog about in the past), issued a press statement last week in which they announced changing the Quechup sign-up procedure after “criticism in recent weeks”. Indeed, … Continue reading
Kingly Books is a veritable treasure trove of strange materials, such as the Hairy Hi-Fi Archive, with interviews and articles about rather strange music, and Get A Trade, trade advice by John Bagnall. Most interesting to us comics afficionadoes, however, … Continue reading
Once again, we present a story that is set at the beach. And since there’s no donkey involved, it is simply called… “At the Beach”
I’m a nut for book-related stuff, and I’m a nut for Mutts. I think this is wonderful.
Over on his Blog, master letterer (or should that be ‘comics typographer’) Todd Klein is doing a series on the evolution of the Batman Logo. He’s comparing the logo’s that have graced the covers of the Batman book and all … Continue reading
From Studio Espinosa comes this template for a superhero-with-a-second-identity comic, created for a Columbian design magazine. A template can go two ways. It can be bland and empty so as to accommodate for as much content as possible, or it … Continue reading
A nice cover for Make Magazine by Seth. (via Jay Stephens’ Cute Creeps From Popular Culture)
I’m in online marketing, juggling with words like “banner” and “click through rate” and “KPI”. This film really makes me ache for a real, hands-on job. Wonderful stuff.