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The McNamee Effect

John is a cartoonist and writer for the Onion
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Apr 19 '14
thebristolboard:

Original mailing envelope illustration by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer from Jack Kirby’s Gods Portfolio, published by Communicators Unlimited, 1972.

thebristolboard:

Original mailing envelope illustration by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer from Jack Kirby’s Gods Portfolio, published by Communicators Unlimited, 1972.

Apr 17 '14
thebristolboard:

Unpublished pantomime gag strip by Harvey Kurtzman, circa 1950.

thebristolboard:

Unpublished pantomime gag strip by Harvey Kurtzman, circa 1950.

Apr 16 '14
My computer sprung a leak.

My computer sprung a leak.

Apr 16 '14
comicsworkbook:

9 Panel Grids - here’s a rerun of a ComicsComics favorite of mine 
If I flip randomly to a page of Watchmen and let my eyes scan the page, usually I look straight at the center – and often that center panel is representative of the whole page. It’s like an anchor. Also, the artist (Dave Gibbons) never gives up the center of the page when he uses a different layout. Never! He never has a center tier that has a vertical gutter in the direct center of the page. I really think this is part of Watchmen‘s visual power. When I flip through the book, my eyes just go from center of page to center of page and I feel more enveloped by the story and by the world created. -Frank Santoro

comicsworkbook:

9 Panel Grids - here’s a rerun of a ComicsComics favorite of mine 

If I flip randomly to a page of Watchmen and let my eyes scan the page, usually I look straight at the center – and often that center panel is representative of the whole page. It’s like an anchor. Also, the artist (Dave Gibbons) never gives up the center of the page when he uses a different layout. Never! He never has a center tier that has a vertical gutter in the direct center of the page. I really think this is part of Watchmen‘s visual power. When I flip through the book, my eyes just go from center of page to center of page and I feel more enveloped by the story and by the world created. -Frank Santoro

Apr 16 '14
fantagraphics:

phasesphrasesphotos:

Columbia Records - Coda
Jim Flora
April 1945

Jim Flora

fantagraphics:

phasesphrasesphotos:

Columbia Records - Coda

Jim Flora

April 1945

Jim Flora

Apr 16 '14

fantagraphics:

comiccartography:

"The Dungeon"

Olivier Schrauwen

Mome v14

Still available

Apr 14 '14
andjburke:

Childhood

andjburke:

Childhood

Apr 12 '14

The journey of a penny

jkottke:

Chris Ware Penny

Chris Ware follows the wanderings of a penny in his latest piece for the NY Times.

92 notes (via spx & jkottke)
Apr 11 '14
gotosweep:

here’s a comic I drew several months ago for The Lifted Brow (issue 20)

gotosweep:

here’s a comic I drew several months ago for The Lifted Brow (issue 20)

Apr 11 '14

70sscifiart:

‘…Rears Its Ugly Green Head,’ by Mike Hinge and Neal Adams. A psychedelic 70s comic from Heavy Metal magazine that’s mostly impressive for the visuals, though the story takes a turn in the final couple pages. It’s worth a read.

Found on this blog, brought to my attention by the same blogger’s tumblr post. Thanks, Highway 62!