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Apr 20

In honor of John Ostrander’s birthday (April 20), be sure to check out cbr's Comics Should Be Good 2011 post, The Greatest John Ostrander Stories Ever Told! (of course, post-2011 Ostrander continues to write great stories). 

In honor of John Ostrander’s birthday (April 20), be sure to check out cbr's Comics Should Be Good 2011 post, The Greatest John Ostrander Stories Ever Told! (of course, post-2011 Ostrander continues to write great stories). 

zenpencils:

MOTHER JONES: Sit down and read

zenpencils:

MOTHER JONES: Sit down and read

(via bookoisseur)

Apr 19

idwcomics:

Available now for Pre-Order

idwcomics:

Available now for Pre-Order

(via fromthetip)

This week, the blog gained a new contributor—Larry Cruz of webcomicoverlook. Yesterday in a post he highlighted leenisabel Pole Dancing Adventures webcomic. His following analysis of the webcomic really catches one attention:”As she relates the bruises, cuts and bumps she’s had to endure, she takes some of the glamor out of pole dancing. I mean, it’s not quite so sexy when you know the dancer is beating herself up day in and day out. At the same time, it garners sympathy; they’re not doing this as eye-candy for men. Not solely, anyway They’re doing this for themselves in an activity that’s partly artistic but heavily athletic. You sort of have to be if you’re going to be lifting your body some six feet off the ground.”

This week, the blog gained a new contributor—Larry Cruz of webcomicoverlook. Yesterday in a post he highlighted leenisabel Pole Dancing Adventures webcomic. 

His following analysis of the webcomic really catches one attention:

As she relates the bruises, cuts and bumps she’s had to endure, she takes some of the glamor out of pole dancing. I mean, it’s not quite so sexy when you know the dancer is beating herself up day in and day out. At the same time, it garners sympathy; they’re not doing this as eye-candy for men. Not solely, anyway They’re doing this for themselves in an activity that’s partly artistic but heavily athletic. You sort of have to be if you’re going to be lifting your body some six feet off the ground.”

Apr 18

fantagraphics:

Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen, page 128, by Dylan Horrocks

fantagraphics:

Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen, page 128, by Dylan Horrocks

(Source: hicksvillecomics.com)

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fionastaples:

Recently did a cover for Conan the Avenger #4! It was neat to get a chance to draw the young “Cloonan Conan.”
Also I think it looks tougher to fight with a tiny knife than a big sword.

fionastaples:

Recently did a cover for Conan the Avenger #4! It was neat to get a chance to draw the young “Cloonan Conan.”

Also I think it looks tougher to fight with a tiny knife than a big sword.