Some random sketches.
Angel Garfield visits kids in London wearing full costume, April 08
Cover to my new REGULAR series gig for Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment. This was just announced at Emerald City Comicon. Out in July!! Color by Emilio Lopez.
New work by my buds, Khary and Emilio!
Story by Mark Evanier, art by Alex Toth, “Space Ghost: Pilgreen’s Progress”
Marv Wolfman and Alex Toth-The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of
over the weekend I’m going to be uploading photosets of previous stories. ENJOY!
Whoa, this is the first time I’ve seen this one in color!!
Toth probably hated them (since I think there was only a handful of times he was happy with any colorist’s work on his stories) but I love ‘em! :)
TODAY: Writer/directors Joel (left) and Ethan Coen talk about their writing process on Fresh Air:
Ethan: It’s mostly napping.
Joel: We go to the office, we’re there, we’re in a room together. We take naps, but you know, the important thing is that we’re at the office should be inspired to actually write something. No, we don’t split it up. One of us won’t write something and then give it to the other to react to, we actually kind of talk through whatever we’re doing together … [For dialogue] we kind of talk it back and forth and kind of work it out together.
The Coen brothers’ films include The Big Lebowski, No Country for Old Men, True Grit, Fargo, O Brother Where Art Thou? and most recently, Inside Llewyn Davis.
Hear their 2011 interview for True Grit.
image via screenit
secret avengers #18
words by warren ellis
art by david aja and raul allen
lettering by dave lanphear
(Below is a bunch of tweets culled and edited from a twitter convo tonight, bundled together here for easier reading.)
I’ve been thinking about ‘offensive art’ and horror and how offensive (maybe another word for it, lowbrow?) art is almost its own genre. When coupled with other genres like comedy or satire, the offense is expected to be outside the boundaries or criticism which obviously nothing is excused from a critical eye nor does comedy negate the offensive subject matter, especially when its done poorly which is a lot.
1. dip a spoon of gallium in a glass of hot water
2. make a bubble with smoke instead of air
3. dissolve the tablet in weightlessness
4. slow motion: camera flash bulb shot
5. push two identical clouds of smoke
6. create a vacuum in the empty tank
7. set fire to the smoke from the candles
8. overturn the glass with smoke
9. pour the hot solution in a plastic cup [x]
Love this stuff.