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Monthly Archives: November 2007
Please. Don’t suck. Oh, and that goes for you too. Be warned.
Progressive Boink states the obvious. Hilarious stuff, if it wasn’t so bloody sad.
Over on scans_daily, they’re holding Calvin & Hobbes week. This message to C&H creator Bill Waterson is from webcomic Least I Could Do, and I completely second that !
This ad for Marvel Mystery Comics was drawn by Carl Burgos, and ran in Marvel Stories in may 1040. (thanks, Golden Age Comic Book Stories)
From Agence eureka, Les aventures du génial Barbizet (from 1948) by Pellos. Vintage !
King Kong and Tarzan seem to have the same problem (see Ads of the World) .
I like this. A lot. The colors may be a bit to real and too gritty, but I still like it. (from Ain’t It Cool News, still my favorite guilty geekboy pleasure)