Hulk need coffee
This is my response to Illustration Friday's topic for last week which was 'Voice'. There's a new illustration in the pipeline for this week's topic but I thought this would still be worth sharing!
The Bat-Man first appeared in Detective Comics #27 seventy-five years ago (March 30th, 1939).
[background photo via New York Daily News]
The Li’l Depressed Boy is now available in Russia from Ramona Comics. Here is the region exclusive cover to issue number one.
To Russia with love.
One day we’ll get to Shell Beach.
Greetings from Shell Beach.
— True Detective (via fuckyeahexistentialism)
Raining all day today.
My unbridled fandom for Buffy the Vampire Slayer makes it very hard to be critical of the comics, but in this review of Buffy Season 10 #1 I try.
Cultural identity, sexuality, female empowerment, good versus evil, corruption of power, high school, these are just some of the more academic topics that we critics have used to frame discussions of the Chosen One and her friends. And while we often go for a deep dive into the impact and meaning of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, we always come back to a solid point that resonates with the core audience: it’s cool.
YOUR MOVE, NIGHTLIGHT!
The best. (via JL8 by Yale Stewart)