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The cover of Clowes’s Eightball #18 (1997) features an apocalyptic sci-fi scene: a human/robot plays a drum with one hand (announcing the Apocalypse?) and the other hand holds a ray-gun that shoots pink goop, turning people into naked monstrosities. All this while emitting some weird oval…

(via fantagraphics)

Ah, Gillian, either way would be fine with me…

(Source: skylerlamberts, via paraplexia)

gorgeous art depicting Death from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, art by Nick Runge
Loving this literary bronto by Niroot!
Love this Doctor Who/<y Neighbour Totoro mashup by mikaelaK


In the first of a series of comics about Scottish Independence created by artists working in Scotland, we have these two pieces by Edinburgh based artist Stephen Goodall.  Stephen describes the project:

"I have been trying to write a longer, more considered piece on independence for some time but is proving difficult for many reasons; foremost of these is the way in which adopting a position, especially when expressed through art, can make you feel somewhat vulnerable. These two more glib pieces were made while struggling to find a way to express more serious feelings about the matter and I think I’ve decided that a few smaller pieces will probably better express my  somewhat disparate feelings on the subject, rather than trying to encapsulate all of my views in a single comic-to-end-all-comics.

 The debate is unprecedented and historic; I have had to more closely examine my own politics and values.  I know this is also true of many of my friends and I think this increased engagement will be the great benefit of the vote whatever the outcome.  It is amazing how open, rational and empathetic the discussion has been at a local level among friends, family and colleaugues (at least in my experience) even though there have been unpleasantness and propaganda on both sides of the debate.  I love that politics doesn’t seem to be this thing you’re not supposed to mention in polite company any more.  Long may it continue.”

You can read Stephen’s excellent webcomic IMR here.  Follow him on Tumblr here and Twitter here.

(via sdfgoodall)



Image © Gill Hatcher 2014.
The Scottish comics scene is clearly thriving at the moment as more and more artists appear on the scene, and as events like the Edinburgh Book Festival and local comic fairs raise the profile of local artists with the public. We think it’s a really exciting…


Awesome animation trailer for ABC Warriors, created by Firestep with full cooperation from Rebellion Games, in 2009.

A tantalising glimpse into what could have been one of the great comic-game adaptations - perhaps with enough likes & reblogs we can renew interest in this thrilling project! 

(Source: youtube.com, via downthetubes)


The Batmen, Salvador Anguiano