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Monthly Archives: February 2010
The city of Lille, in the North of France, seems to be known for its pastries, chocolate and generally all things sweet. They even make chocolate masks of your favorite comic characters. And there not that expensive, either.
Martin Klasch just started a new Flickr set, in which he combines classic Richard Scarry drawings with rather less child-friendly elementes. Hence Richard Scary. Awesome !
Talk about ephemera : Letterheady unearthed this beautiful piece of stationary for a Superman-themed exhibit at Macy’s. I do like the vintage “S” symbol.
“Next !” Even though the eagerly awaited Tintin movie is still in post-production, and no final footage (or even still photography) has been made available so far, Flemish media were abuzz last week with news that director Steven Spielberg was … Continue reading
I knew Stan Getz had style, but this album cover from 1978 kind of suprised me. (Peanuts © United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)
You’ve probably seen the “My parents are deaaad” image popping up all over the interwebs. Now you can easily create your own stupid, zany or disturbing Batman and Robin dialogues with the Batman Comic Generator. Neat. (Thanks to Eclecticbox – … Continue reading
While I was in New York last week, I somehow managed to miss this Buck Rogers themed mural in the subway. (thanks to Mark, whom I managed to miss as well)