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Monthly Archives: September 2009
The French Post Office announced a new set of stamps yesterday featuring illustrations from the well-loved Petit Nicolas books by author and comic writer René Goscinny and cartoonist Jean-Jacques Sempé. The stamps were launched to coincide with the premiere of … Continue reading
Douglas Coupland‘s new book, Generation A, is currently being pimped by Crush/Toronto with three short online clips, each focusing on a particular aspect of the novel. One of them, The Tragic Death of the Channel 3 News Team, is particularly … Continue reading
I’ve only gotten interested in classic British comics pretty recently, thanks to the incessant promotion by some island-dwelling friends of mine. As far as I know, interest in these comics, with their traditional macho appeal, is predominantly driven by some … Continue reading
Just about when the first xkcd book was announced, one of Randall Munroe’s cartoons appeared on the cover of the third edition of Law And The Internet. So far, no information is available on whether this is correctly licenced use, … Continue reading
Dan Zettwoch did the cover for this year’s current Simpsons Treehouse Of Horror special in his own, trademark style. Check out his blog for early sketches, and for info on an expo at Family in LA, where Sammy Harkham, Matt … Continue reading
Joe Quesada did this portrait of Stephen Colbert as the incredible Hulk for his 2007 book, I Am America. I guess that’s what happens when you don’t win the presidency on a technicality like ficticiousness… Also, before you buy this … Continue reading
You’ll find Kevin Nowlan‘s comics in the strangest places, or so it seems. Earlier this year Nowlan did a series of posts on his blog about a number of comics he created for the Krystal hamburger restaurants’ plastic soda cups. … Continue reading
French illustrator and games designer Ben Fiquet is presenting some great pieces of fan art on his blog. There’s this moody Hellboy, but also an explosive Hulk, a pensive Superman, a great flying Iron Man and more. And judging from … Continue reading
Michael Cho just posted the cover he created for the 25th anniversary edition of Don DeLillo‘s White Noise. I like the play with the orange and the green colors, and at least it’s more evocative than the original… Check out … Continue reading
I apologize for the sun flare in this picture, but we didn’t have much time to take it. Still, even if you don’t understand Dutch, you’ll catch the meaning of the poster : Tintin loves animals and he hopes you do too.