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archiecomics:

Take a look at the New York Comic Con 2014 exclusive variant cover to ARCHIE #660 by Dan Parent!

archiecomics:

Take a look at the New York Comic Con 2014 exclusive variant cover to ARCHIE #660 by Dan Parent!

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funrama:

I got a commission request to do this new Gwen Stacy ( Spider -Woman? Spider-girl?) Spider-Gwen I guess what everyone’s calling this. Okay.

funrama:

I got a commission request to do this new Gwen Stacy ( Spider -Woman? Spider-girl?) Spider-Gwen I guess what everyone’s calling this. Okay.

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fantagraphics:

First look at a finished page from Jason's next book, TBA (colors by Hubert)

fantagraphics:

First look at a finished page from Jason's next book, TBA (colors by Hubert)

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laughingsquid:

A Miniature Cake Pan by ThinkGeek That Creates Small Cakes Shaped Like a d20 Die
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Ad for The Toy Story That Time Forgot and Sky Broadband.

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joequinones:

brianmichaelbendis:

FRIDAY BOMB DROP!?  nobody said anything about a friday bomb drop!!
this is real.  this is by Joe Quinones.
coming soon!
(that’s right tumblr, its a fate worse than death for colossus, i put him on a team with Adam x!!  and it is all your fault!:) )

BENDIS DROPPING BOMBS.

joequinones:

brianmichaelbendis:

FRIDAY BOMB DROP!?  nobody said anything about a friday bomb drop!!

this is real.  this is by Joe Quinones.

coming soon!

(that’s right tumblr, its a fate worse than death for colossus, i put him on a team with Adam x!!  and it is all your fault!:) )

BENDIS DROPPING BOMBS.

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comicbookcovers:

Sunfire and Big Hero Six #1, September 1988, cover by Gus Vasquez and Bud LaRosa

comicbookcovers:

Sunfire and Big Hero Six #1, September 1988, cover by Gus Vasquez and Bud LaRosa

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calamityjonsaveus:

I contributed the above piece to ComicsAlliance for their celebration of Steve Gerber on his recent birthday.
Gerber was one of the most influential comic writers I encountered in my misspent youth, certainly the most mind-blowing. I still find myself absolutely amazed by his Defenders run, and I continue to be surprised at how much more I empathize with Howard the Duck’s absurd existentialism as I grow older …

calamityjonsaveus:

I contributed the above piece to ComicsAlliance for their celebration of Steve Gerber on his recent birthday.

Gerber was one of the most influential comic writers I encountered in my misspent youth, certainly the most mind-blowing. I still find myself absolutely amazed by his Defenders run, and I continue to be surprised at how much more I empathize with Howard the Duck’s absurd existentialism as I grow older …

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comixology:

A comiXologist Recommends:
Harris Smith recommends Fez #2 

New Zealand-born comics creator Roger Landridge has brought his slyly humorous talent to many iconic characters over the years, from Batman  and Thor to Popeye and The Muppets. Without overly indulging in pop-culture minutia, Landridge, from his earliest days working Judge Dredd, has proven himself adept at capturing the spirit of a character while maintaining his own sensibility as a writer and artist.  It makes sense, then, that his own creation, the Fez, calls upon the tradition of the great pulp heroes, yet at the same time feels very fresh, funny and original.  Self-described as an “earnest, sincere, imaginary man,” the Fez, invisible except for his eponymous headwear, is a  mysterious, mystical and mythical hero in the grand tradition of Dr. Strange, The Shadow and John Constantine.  He is a difficult character to pin down, by turns roguish and caddish, not above pickpocketing a small child, yet noble in his quest to defend the world from the forces of darkness, including such unimaginably insidious foes as Impossible Alan and Space Hitler.

Issue two of the Fez, available now through comiXology submit, finds our hero dating, dying and exorcising demons, breaking bad children’s toys and even killing the Queen of England, all why a dry, raking, decidedly English wit.  The tone of this comic is,well, comic, but Landridge throws in just enough shadowy horror imagery to keep things spooky.  Fans of the Venture Brothers and similarly self-aware takes on the cartoon narratives of the pulpy past will be enthralled by Landridge’s vision of a character “as real- or as unreal- as we choose to make him.”

[Read Fez #2 on comiXology]

Harris Smith is a Brooklyn-based comics and media professional. In addition to his role as a Senior Production Coordinator at comiXology, he edits several comics anthologies, including Jeans and Felony Comics, under the banner of Negative Pleasure Publications. He’s also the host of the weekly radio show Neagtive Pleasure on Newtown Radio.

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