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Monthly Archives: April 2008
If DC ever greenlights a movie based on Grant Morrison and Dave McKean’s Arkham Asylum, they needn’t look any further. This Spanish “fake trailer” by Ferran Brooks is simply awesome. And I’m choosing my words carefully. By carefully imitating the … Continue reading
Over on Ethan Persoff‘s wonderful site, a bootleg Vietnamese Batman and Robin Comic Book from the 1960’s can be found. This book is clearly inspired by the then popular Batman television series, with an invisible Robin, space ships, villains with … Continue reading
Never Been, a nine meter long wordless narrative scroll by Stuart Kolakovic, is now completely available online ! It’s a magnificent tale of loss and regret, beautifully rendered in Kolakovic’s trademark style, combining contemporary cartoon elements and references to traditional … Continue reading
College Humor presents the new Dark Knight trailer remade with footage from the Tim Burton Batman film. Just to make a point : it’s a remake, the same story all over again. It’s as if the origin of the Joker … Continue reading
I received a cute envelope today, containing one empty sheet of equally cute stationary paper designed by none other than Mr. Brian Biggs ! I felt like a schoolgirl, collecting Diddl sheets… (images altered to protect the innocent and not-so-innocent … Continue reading
… why not go all the way ? (from Emptees – thanks, Ivow !)
Issue 159 of the excellent (free !) Dutch comics review magazine Zozolala features an interesting interview with illustrator and cartoonist Peter Kuper. And on that occasion, Kuper provided the magazine with an exclusive cover illustration. (ill. © Peter Kuper)
As they say themselves, the World’s Worst Comic Book Museum is dedicated to comics “dredged from the bargain boxes of Comics shops from one side of the continent to the other, [and] there is hardly a volume in these four … Continue reading
Washingtonpost.com reports on the works of painter Deena Feigelson Margolis, whose work is on display at the McLean Project for the Arts in Washington. Called “Four months”, it’s the result of her attempt to make a painting a day for … Continue reading