oeming:

Love for Sergio Toppi whom I had the pleasure of having dinner with

Lovely stuff.

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@1 month ago with 465 notes | Comments
kierongillen:

From Enigma, this is one of my favourite sequences in comics. In terms of its use of word and image to deliver its effect, it’s vertiginous. 
(No pun intended. You just feel the world fall away here.)
I’m trying to work out a way to describe ENIGMA that doesn’t sound like faint praise. “Greatest Underappreciated Work in its genre” isn’t enough. A personal “Top 5 comics in its genre” is too mealy mouthed.
Of all the work that Vertigo put out in its nineties imperial phase, I think Enigma was the finest.

When Gillen is right, Gillen is right.
I already loved Peter Milligan by the time Enigma came out, but the combination of his words and Duncan Fegredo’s art was one of those moments in this reader’s life where my sense of what the medium could do expanded.

kierongillen:

From Enigma, this is one of my favourite sequences in comics. In terms of its use of word and image to deliver its effect, it’s vertiginous. 

(No pun intended. You just feel the world fall away here.)

I’m trying to work out a way to describe ENIGMA that doesn’t sound like faint praise. “Greatest Underappreciated Work in its genre” isn’t enough. A personal “Top 5 comics in its genre” is too mealy mouthed.

Of all the work that Vertigo put out in its nineties imperial phase, I think Enigma was the finest.

When Gillen is right, Gillen is right.

I already loved Peter Milligan by the time Enigma came out, but the combination of his words and Duncan Fegredo’s art was one of those moments in this reader’s life where my sense of what the medium could do expanded.

@1 year ago with 101 notes | Comments

mombcast:

More from the great magazine sort-out…

In 1996, Neil Gaiman gave an interview to a magazine - that I think was only a one-off CBLDF publication - called Warped Reality. I thought it might be interesting for fans of the man to see it.

(I’ll probably try and sell this magazine later on - the Gaiman interview is the only standout thing in it - although I no longer have the free gift flexi disc!)

Available to download in .pdf here, or .cbr here, although the .cbr is better quality.

@1 year ago with 1 note | Comments
Illustration by Barry Windsor-Smith from the cover of Pathways to Fantasy #1, published by Pacific Comics, July 1984.

Illustration by Barry Windsor-Smith from the cover of Pathways to Fantasy #1, published by Pacific Comics, July 1984.

(Source: thebristolboard, via brianmichaelbendis)

@1 year ago with 140 notes | Comments
nedroidcomics:

The Internet.

HERE’S A FUNNY THING I MADE ABOUT THE INTERNET.

nedroidcomics:

The Internet.

HERE’S A FUNNY THING I MADE ABOUT THE INTERNET.

@1 year ago with 39,766 notes | Comments
Josie & The Pussycats by Fiona Staples

Josie & The Pussycats by Fiona Staples

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@1 year ago with 327 notes | Comments
mytinyblackheart by Jamie Smart is SKILL.

mytinyblackheart by Jamie Smart is SKILL.

@1 year ago with 602 notes | Comments
mombcast:

There’s a preview of the Beasts Of Burden one-shot, Neighborhood Watch over at Dark Horse’s website. It is by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson.
You should go and read it, because it is swell. Even if you don’t usually read comics, but you like beautiful art, or cute things, or dogs or cats, or stupid chickens, you should take a look at this book.It is lovely, and it will make you smile.

This is a thing that I said. I can vouch for it.

mombcast:

There’s a preview of the Beasts Of Burden one-shot, Neighborhood Watch over at Dark Horse’s website. It is by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson.

You should go and read it, because it is swell. Even if you don’t usually read comics, but you like beautiful art, or cute things, or dogs or cats, or stupid chickens, you should take a look at this book.

It is lovely, and it will make you smile.

This is a thing that I said. I can vouch for it.

@2 years ago with 7 notes | Comments

brianmichaelbendis:

Pages from Cages,by Dave McKean

Amazing.

(Source: technochaun)

@3 months ago with 256 notes | Comments

History of mankind by Milo Manara

(Source: drrestless, via brianmichaelbendis)

@1 year ago with 360,145 notes | Comments

Lois Lane, Reporter by Kate Beaton

Oh, Kate Beaton! Perfect as always!

(Source: popgoesthereader, via themightygeebie)

@1 year ago with 13,309 notes | Comments
mytinyblackheart:

57: Love.

Fucking love you, Jamie Smart.

mytinyblackheart:

57: Love.

Fucking love you, Jamie Smart.

@1 year ago with 25 notes | Comments
Rapunzel by Adam Hughes

Rapunzel by Adam Hughes

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@1 year ago with 2,062 notes | Comments
Miller’s Crossing by scott campbell

“ I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart…”

Miller’s Crossing by scott campbell

 I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart…

@1 year ago with 158 notes | Comments
angry-candy:

Those fine folk over at Factor Fiction have collected a second edition of strips from their trailblazing The Girly Comic into a handy paperback volume. From the press release:

The Girly Comic Book 2 edited by Selina Lock
Another collection of stories culled from the pages of The Girly Comic, featuring the talents of industry professionals such as Kate Brown, Justine Shaw, Asia Alfasi, mpMann, Alec Worley and Laura Howell, veteran indy creators such as Lee “Inner City Pagan” Kennedy, Terry “Sleaze Castle” Wiley and Jeremy Dennis, alongside exciting new talents from the British Small Press and beyond.

I haven’t seen a copy yet, but my story, Remembrance - illustrated by the Eisner-nominated Justine Shaw - is included. The Girly Comic Book 2 is available from Lulu for £10, as is Book 1.

I think I’m also in this, with a two page story I wrote, drawn by the wonderfully talented and sadly departed Charley Spencer. There’s always loads of good stuff in The Girly Comic, so you should definitely check it out.

angry-candy:

Those fine folk over at Factor Fiction have collected a second edition of strips from their trailblazing The Girly Comic into a handy paperback volume. From the press release:

The Girly Comic Book 2 edited by Selina Lock

Another collection of stories culled from the pages of The Girly Comic, featuring the talents of industry professionals such as Kate Brown, Justine Shaw, Asia Alfasi, mpMann, Alec Worley and Laura Howell, veteran indy creators such as Lee “Inner City Pagan” Kennedy, Terry “Sleaze Castle” Wiley and Jeremy Dennis, alongside exciting new talents from the British Small Press and beyond.

I haven’t seen a copy yet, but my story, Remembrance - illustrated by the Eisner-nominated Justine Shaw - is included. The Girly Comic Book 2 is available from Lulu for £10, as is Book 1.

I think I’m also in this, with a two page story I wrote, drawn by the wonderfully talented and sadly departed Charley Spencer. There’s always loads of good stuff in The Girly Comic, so you should definitely check it out.

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@2 years ago with 2 notes | Comments
1 month ago
#Sergio Toppi #comics #art 
3 months ago
#Dave McKean #Cages #comics 
kierongillen:

From Enigma, this is one of my favourite sequences in comics. In terms of its use of word and image to deliver its effect, it’s vertiginous. 
(No pun intended. You just feel the world fall away here.)
I’m trying to work out a way to describe ENIGMA that doesn’t sound like faint praise. “Greatest Underappreciated Work in its genre” isn’t enough. A personal “Top 5 comics in its genre” is too mealy mouthed.
Of all the work that Vertigo put out in its nineties imperial phase, I think Enigma was the finest.

When Gillen is right, Gillen is right.
I already loved Peter Milligan by the time Enigma came out, but the combination of his words and Duncan Fegredo’s art was one of those moments in this reader’s life where my sense of what the medium could do expanded.
1 year ago
#Enigma #Peter Milligan #Duncan Fegredo #art #comics #DC #Vertigo #comic panels 
1 year ago
#comics #art #history #Milo Manara 
1 year ago
#Neil Gaiman #comics #interviews #writers #1996 #Warped Reality #CBLDF 
1 year ago
#Lois Lane #DC #comics #comic strips #Kate Beaton #Superman #Clark Kent 
Illustration by Barry Windsor-Smith from the cover of Pathways to Fantasy #1, published by Pacific Comics, July 1984.
1 year ago
#Pathways to Fantasy #Pacific Comics #1984 #Barry Windsor-Smith #art #comics 
mytinyblackheart:

57: Love.

Fucking love you, Jamie Smart.
1 year ago
#Jamie Smart #My Tiny Black Heart #comics #webcomics #valentine's day #romance #romance is boring 
nedroidcomics:

The Internet.

HERE’S A FUNNY THING I MADE ABOUT THE INTERNET.
1 year ago
#nedroid #Comics #webcomics 
Rapunzel by Adam Hughes
1 year ago
#Rapunzel #Adam Hughes #art #comics #girls 
Josie & The Pussycats by Fiona Staples
1 year ago
#Josie & The Pussycats #Fiona Staples #comics #movies #Archie #art 
Miller’s Crossing by scott campbell

“ I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart! I’m praying to you! Look in your heart…”
1 year ago
#Scott Campbell #art #comics #movies #Miller's Crossing 
mytinyblackheart by Jamie Smart is SKILL.
1 year ago
#romance #romance is boring #comics #webcomics #Jamie Smart 
angry-candy:

Those fine folk over at Factor Fiction have collected a second edition of strips from their trailblazing The Girly Comic into a handy paperback volume. From the press release:

The Girly Comic Book 2 edited by Selina Lock
Another collection of stories culled from the pages of The Girly Comic, featuring the talents of industry professionals such as Kate Brown, Justine Shaw, Asia Alfasi, mpMann, Alec Worley and Laura Howell, veteran indy creators such as Lee “Inner City Pagan” Kennedy, Terry “Sleaze Castle” Wiley and Jeremy Dennis, alongside exciting new talents from the British Small Press and beyond.

I haven’t seen a copy yet, but my story, Remembrance - illustrated by the Eisner-nominated Justine Shaw - is included. The Girly Comic Book 2 is available from Lulu for £10, as is Book 1.

I think I’m also in this, with a two page story I wrote, drawn by the wonderfully talented and sadly departed Charley Spencer. There’s always loads of good stuff in The Girly Comic, so you should definitely check it out.
2 years ago
#Girly Comic #comics 
mombcast:

There’s a preview of the Beasts Of Burden one-shot, Neighborhood Watch over at Dark Horse’s website. It is by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson.
You should go and read it, because it is swell. Even if you don’t usually read comics, but you like beautiful art, or cute things, or dogs or cats, or stupid chickens, you should take a look at this book.It is lovely, and it will make you smile.

This is a thing that I said. I can vouch for it.
2 years ago
#Jill Thompson #Evan Dorkin #animals are ace #dogs! #cats! #comics #art #Dark Horse #Beasts Of Burden