If you look at any SUPERMAN cover from the 50s or 60s, it’s not that hard to figure out why the book sold billions of copies. Who wouldn’t buy this issue for a dime? 

If you look at any SUPERMAN cover from the 50s or 60s, it’s not that hard to figure out why the book sold billions of copies. Who wouldn’t buy this issue for a dime? 

why-i-love-comics:

A+X #10 - “Black Widow + Fantomex”

written by B. Clay Mooreart by Kris Anka

why-i-love-comics:

A+X #10 - “Black Widow + Fantomex”

written by B. Clay Moore
art by Kris Anka

john-rock:

Tony just shared this on Instagram, so I’m guessing it’s fair game. We did a little mini-comic for Dutch Bros. coffee, his lines, my color. This is the cover. I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out that this was colored entirely with the Loish brush pack and is the first thing in years I didn’t use my own custom brushes for. Check those out if you make digital art.

Love these lads. 

john-rock:

Tony just shared this on Instagram, so I’m guessing it’s fair game. We did a little mini-comic for Dutch Bros. coffee, his lines, my color. This is the cover. I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out that this was colored entirely with the Loish brush pack and is the first thing in years I didn’t use my own custom brushes for. Check those out if you make digital art.

Love these lads. 

Patrick Zircher asked for my “four albums I couldn’t live without,” and I came up with the top choices above.

Here I’ve added a few that could have slotted in at number four just as easily.

As an obsessive list maker, these things always derail my day.

brentschoonover:

cogcomics:

Darwyn Cooke’s December DC Variant Covers

So perfect!

DARWYN.

obsidian-sphere:

Between 1931 and 1933 there were only 7 issues of Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror, however all the covers by Hans “Wesso” Wessolowski were impressive.

(via dirtyriver)

Anonymous said: i read that the next hawaiin dick is the last. are you doing any more crime themed creator owned comics?

Yes. I’m actively working on a new crime book now, and have been kicking something detective-themed around with another collaborator. And we’ll see what happens after ALOHA, HAWAIIAN DICK. 

nevver:

The Mermaid, Howard Pyle

nevver:

The Mermaid, Howard Pyle

(Source: theparisreview, via joekeatinge)

femfreq:

Yes please, explain to me again how this has nothing to do with sexism.

[TRIGGER WARNING for extreme misogyny, gendered slurs, sexual harassment, sexual violence, victim blaming, graphic rape and death threats]

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That time I appeared in INVINCIBLE. Sort of.

benito-cereno:

As part of the continued celebration of the tenth anniversary of Tales from the Bully Pulpit, here is a thing you may not have seen before.

This was the backup story in Invincible #14 that was used to promote the book. Art here is by Nate fetorpse Bellegarde, with whom I did all the Invincible backups and most of the comics I made for a long time. Some of the stuff here is a callback to previous backups, most notably the “jacket on/jacket off” joke (though “jacket off” should still be funny to basically anyone). Also, sweet bonus appearance by bclaymoore

The little-seen Tales from the Bully Pulpit animation that Graeme MacDonald (artist on the actual book) did for his student reel was loosely based on the six panel adventure presented here.

BONUS FACT: Robert Kirkman did not think anyone would get the joke about Dan Brown because he didn’t know who that was. Maybe he’s right, I dunno.