Part 1 of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Ainulindalë.
More astounding Middle Earth illustrations.
I’m really enjoying the end-of-summer weather, spending most of my time outside or watching cartoons by my window. I am foolishly trying to draw diary comics again, just as my grad classes begin.
Andrew Lorenzi is a master, and I am a huge fan. This is incredibly good news.
The Super Kiss by ~dio-03 on deviantART. Superman via Klimt.
Music Album Cover Homages. Fantastic 4 as Gorillaz.
Immaculate Comic Book Idols by Igor Scalisi Palminteri
Using statues of saints he purchased in Palermo, Igor applied a coat of paint, cloth capes, rubber masks, and holy righteousness to create the true saints of our era: superheroes! Invoking the same reverence through stories passed down for decades, who’s to say comic book heroes dont bear the same spiritual power as saints, passed down to us by some form of higher creative force? They are gods we created in our own image, but with the ability to inspire and protect us. Comic book heroes are the saints we deserve.
June 17, 1978 — see The Complete Peanuts 1975-1978
A site that removes the last panel of Peanuts strips to reveal the existential musings and dreads hidden in them.
Hey all, here is an old comic from some years ago. I have a few more I’ll post soon, and hopefully a new one, too!
This is so so great. Everything Andrew does is so so great.
Pretty sure I’ve shared this Teen Titans fanart before. But I still love it a HUGE amount. (Cliff Chiang.)
A new all-time favorite clip: Dark Matters (by PHD Comics)