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royalboiler:

A page from my new Multiple Warheads that I’ve been working on again recently. I’ve been having soo much fun on these pages. 

royalboiler:

A page from my new Multiple Warheads that I’ve been working on again recently. I’ve been having soo much fun on these pages. 

(via spx)

cameron-stewart:

FIGHT CLUB 2 Promotional image. Art by me, colour by Dave Stewart.  I am the artist of the official comic book sequel to the original Fight Club novel. The comic is written by Chuck Palahniuk himself, and debuts in May of 2015 as a 10-issue limited series.  More details here.

cameron-stewart:

FIGHT CLUB 2 Promotional image. Art by me, colour by Dave Stewart.  I am the artist of the official comic book sequel to the original Fight Club novel. The comic is written by Chuck Palahniuk himself, and debuts in May of 2015 as a 10-issue limited series.  More details here.

comicsalliance:

CHUCK PALAHNIUK’S FIGHT CLUB SEQUEL COMING FROM DARK HORSE WITH ART BY CAMERON STEWART
By Andrew Wheeler
Eighteen years after Fight Club first saw print, author Chuck Palahniuk is returning to the world of Project Mayhem for a sequel — which will take the form of a ten issue comic book series illustrated by Cameron Stewart and published by Dark Horse
Speaking to USA Today, Palahniuk says the comic will pick up ten years after the events of the novel (which ends a little differently to the 1999 movie adaptation), with the unnamed Narrator struggling to be a good father to his nine-year-old son Junior, and trying not to repeat the mistakes his own father made with him.
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comicsalliance:

CHUCK PALAHNIUK’S FIGHT CLUB SEQUEL COMING FROM DARK HORSE WITH ART BY CAMERON STEWART

By Andrew Wheeler

Eighteen years after Fight Club first saw print, author Chuck Palahniuk is returning to the world of Project Mayhem for a sequel — which will take the form of a ten issue comic book series illustrated by Cameron Stewart and published by Dark Horse

Speaking to USA Today, Palahniuk says the comic will pick up ten years after the events of the novel (which ends a little differently to the 1999 movie adaptation), with the unnamed Narrator struggling to be a good father to his nine-year-old son Junior, and trying not to repeat the mistakes his own father made with him.

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allofthefeelings:

I haven’t started packing yet but I feel pretty good about my life choices.
Except that I have no room for the Fleshy Lightswitch. Maybe that should be my phone background.

allofthefeelings:

I haven’t started packing yet but I feel pretty good about my life choices.

Except that I have no room for the Fleshy Lightswitch. Maybe that should be my phone background.

(via zdarsky)

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funrama:

Got the first issue of Dead Boy Detectives with me on art and Whoa, surprise, look at that! The colorist’s name on the cover! This is a nice new thing.

funrama:

Got the first issue of Dead Boy Detectives with me on art and Whoa, surprise, look at that! The colorist’s name on the cover! This is a nice new thing.

comixology:

We couldn’t wait any longer so we started our imagecomics SDCC Sale a day before the con even starts!
Featuring

East of West by Jonathan Hickman & nickdragottaLazarus by ruckawriter & Michael LarkNowhere Men by Eric Stephenson & fetorpsePretty Deadly by kellysue & steinerfrommarsRat Queens by kurtiswiebe & johnnyrocwellSaga by Brian K Vaughan & fionastaplesSex Criminals by mattfractionblog & zdarskyThe Manhattan Projects by Jonathan Hickman & nickpitarraZero by aleskot & jordiecolorsthings(Plus a whole lot of other people)

comixology:

We couldn’t wait any longer so we started our imagecomics SDCC Sale a day before the con even starts!

Featuring

East of West by Jonathan Hickman & nickdragotta
Lazarus by ruckawriter & Michael Lark
Nowhere Men by Eric Stephenson & fetorpse
Pretty Deadly by kellysue & steinerfrommars
Rat Queens by kurtiswiebe & johnnyrocwell
Saga by Brian K Vaughan & fionastaples
Sex Criminals by mattfractionblog & zdarsky
The Manhattan Projects by Jonathan Hickman & nickpitarra
Zero by aleskot & jordiecolorsthings

(Plus a whole lot of other people)

(via steinerfrommars)

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olivereast:

robkirbycomics:

My interview with that fine ol’ chap, Kevin Czapiewski, aka Czap, is up on Panel Patter today. 

Kevin made one of my favourite comics of this last year, A Lesson In Survival. Top artist.

doopliss:

jovenistheworst:

Sometimes I let TCJ influence a buy.

It worked out nicely this time around on Julia Gfrörer’s Black is the Color,
a comic about a castaway sailor and his mermaid lover.

I ate it up in one sitting on the train ride home. The draftsmanship and composition of panels are incredible. She makes the most minuscule changes to a character’s facial expression or body language over the course of two or three panels, affecting a shift in tone and emotion in a comic with otherwise sparse dialogue and no narration. Also: mermaids are fucked up. It’s dope as hell.

Neat bonus: the copy I found on the shelf at Strand was signed!

Looks like The Strand still has (signed!) copies of my sold-out graphic novel, Black is the Color. If you still want one, now you know where to go.

(via spx)

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jimrugg:

STREET ANGEL SHORT FILM
by Lucas Testro

COMIC-CON

I will have copies of Street Angel at San Diego Comic-Con. I’m in Artist Alley, table II-10. I’ll also have copies of recent zines (including the Street Angel Sketchbook), some prints, and drawings. 

Here’s my Comic-Con schedule: 

FRIDAY July 25, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm 

For Love or Money: Creating Personal and Professional Art

If an artist is paid for his or her work, does that mean it’s not personal? The creation of art is such a personal thing, but does it always have to be this way? Hear creatorsRay Billingsley (Curtis), Michael T. Gilbert, (Mr. Monster), David Lasky (The Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song), Mimi Pond (Over Easy), and Jim Rugg (Supermag) share their views on when or if a project can be for love and money.
Room 28DE

SUNDAY July 27, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm

Spotlight on Jim Rugg

Comic-Con special guest Jim Rugg (Street Angel, The PLAIN Janes, Afrodisiac, Rambo 3.5, The Guild) discusses his experience as a cartoonist/designer/illustrator/podcaster through a visual presentation and an audience Q&A. Sunday July 27, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm 
Room 4

If you’re not at Comic-Con — get your copy of Street Angel from your local comic shop, buy it on Amazon, tell your local librarian to stock a copy…or if you prefer your comics on a screen — get it from Monkeybrain on Comixology. Thanks.

wellnotwisely:

IDW are to publish the whole of Hugo Pratt’s Corto Maltese in English, beginning with the release of the first volume, Under the Sign of the Capricorn, this December. The series will be published in twelve newly translated, over-sized,  black and white trade paperbacks, and also released in a matched set of six original art-sized limited edition hardcovers, each containing the equivalent of two of the trade paperbacks. Of further interest and noteworthiness is the fact that IDW are publishing this under their Eurocomics line, which may be a sign of future intent. 

More here.