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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Gosh! Comics has announced their exclusive Bookplate Edition of Joe Sacco’s Footnotes in Gaza. I didn’t know this kind of marketing, which is quite popular in Belgium and France, is also used in the UK.
Some remarks by Liam Geraghty and Phillip Barrett. (via BugPowder)
Ulises Farinas, it would seem, is not only the cartoonist behind Act-I-Vate‘s excellent Motro feature, he’s also a certified Lego nut. Just look at this absolutely gorgeous (and totally acurate) Lego version of DC’s current crossover extravaganza, Blackest Night ! … Continue reading
British illustrator and teacher Jago recently engaged his students in a one-hour illustration challenge. The theme was “strong”, and this was his contribution. Wicked. (illustration © Jago)
It would seem that the valiant Sir Richard Of Scandia (on the right) and his twin brother Sir Percy (who plays a wicked lute, on the left) differ slightly in their belief systems. Taking into account the fact that The … Continue reading
KoldCast TV created this interesting piece of infoporn on the evolution of the impact of superheroes on the movie business (click for a bigger version). Delightful to see that Big Blue is still the symbol par excellence for superheroes, even … Continue reading
Dutch 3D illustration site Seven’s Heaven has been running some nice pixelised versions-with-a-twist of classic super-heroes lately, such as the Superboy above. Their Batman is also quite nice. (illustration © 2009 Seven’s Heaven, although you’ll find that Superman is ™ … Continue reading