birthmoviesdeath:

Acting interested with Ewan McGregor - GM

I want to be Ewan McGregor.

birthmoviesdeath:

Acting interested with Ewan McGregor - GM

I want to be Ewan McGregor.

phoning-it-in:

intrapanel:

Ideal life.

I had a couple of the bikes in this toy series. They were great. 

I was more of a Team America guy.  

ruckawriter:

From VEIL #1.
Dante offers Veil his hand.
Art and colors by Toni Fejzula.

Having read the comic, this is an artist to watch out for.

ruckawriter:

From VEIL #1.

Dante offers Veil his hand.

Art and colors by Toni Fejzula.

Having read the comic, this is an artist to watch out for.

fantagraphics:

vicemag:

Did you hear? We went to another one of Corey Feldman’s parties. Cameras were banned, so this time we brought artist Johnny Ryan with us. 

Johnny Ryan, cartoon journalist

I want to go to this next year. Who’s with me?

fantagraphics:

vicemag:

Did you hear? We went to another one of Corey Feldman’s parties. Cameras were banned, so this time we brought artist Johnny Ryan with us. 

Johnny Ryan, cartoon journalist

I want to go to this next year. Who’s with me?

ilostitatthecomicshop:

Bunn already plants that doubt in our head with the very first lines of the comic, “The dead rats danced the day the hired man came around. My father might have scolded me for saying such a foolish thing. He didn’t care much for dreams and fancies— nightmares either.” Bunn’s writing captures an American simpleness. Birdie, her sister and her parents aren’t complex people even if Birdie at first seems to have an active imagination. Bunn and Zamudio are telling one of those all-American farm stories that is about a by-gone era. A stranger comes to town, she’s frightened by him and suddenly we can’t help but see him through her eyes. He is a frightening figure but her dad welcomes him in, giving him a job and a place to sleep out by the barn. (via Panel Patter: The Dancing Dead Rats in The Remains #1)

ilostitatthecomicshop:

Bunn already plants that doubt in our head with the very first lines of the comic, “The dead rats danced the day the hired man came around. My father might have scolded me for saying such a foolish thing. He didn’t care much for dreams and fancies— nightmares either.” Bunn’s writing captures an American simpleness. Birdie, her sister and her parents aren’t complex people even if Birdie at first seems to have an active imagination. Bunn and Zamudio are telling one of those all-American farm stories that is about a by-gone era. A stranger comes to town, she’s frightened by him and suddenly we can’t help but see him through her eyes. He is a frightening figure but her dad welcomes him in, giving him a job and a place to sleep out by the barn. (via Panel Patter: The Dancing Dead Rats in The Remains #1)

If you want an example of how this works outside of comics – just look at the music industry, where they’ve nearly re-issued, re-mastered, and re-packaged themselves into an early grave.

Box sets, deluxe sets, double-packs, multi-packs, and premium prices for premium packaging. In an age where virtually everything is available digitally and for less money, the record companies chose to milk their nostalgia-starved customer base for every last penny, and look where it’s gotten them.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Beatlemania is only going to line their pockets for so long, and there are only so many “unreleased” Hendrix albums that are going to bring people in the door of the precious few record stores that are left standing in the wake of years of short-term thinking.

But that’s the music industry.

We can do better than that.

From Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson’s ComicsPro speech.

Yes, you’d never catch comics indulging in an attempt to re-issue and re-package the same material over and over again.

On a related note, the first issue of Image Comics’ The Walking Dead has appeared in the following editions:

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Arizona Comic Con Variant

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Philly Comic Con Variant

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Second Print

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Special Edition

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Wizard World NYC

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Wizard World Ohio

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Wizard World St. Louis

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 10th Anniversary Edition

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 2013 Wizard World Chicago variant

The Walking Dead (2003) #1 Amazing Arizona Con 2014 Variant
Image Firsts: The Walking Dead (2010) #1
The Walking Dead Weekly (2011) #1

It also been reprinted in the following collections:

Image First (2005) TPB vol. 01
The Walking Dead (2003) Compendium TPB vol. 01 
The Walking Dead (2003) HC vol. 01
The Walking Dead (2003) Omnibus HC vol. 01
The Walking Dead (2003) TPB vol. 01

Of course, maybe when he said “We can do better than that,” he meant “in terms of re-issuing the same material to milk the nostalgia-starved customer base for every last penny.”

(A cheap shot, yes, but still — when it comes to complaining that an industry is relying on the nostalgia dollar, someone in comics going after the music industry seems insane to me.)

I just still say that this is the same company that put out a MacGuyver comic book last year.  

(via phoning-it-in)

schweizercomics:

aczamudio:

In celebration of THE REMAINS #1 releasing today, here are the inks for the first 3 pages! Enjoy!

Check the issue out on Comixology HERE!

I hope you like it!

Holy Molee.  SO good lookin!

Such a good looking comic book.

intrapanel:

At least Howard is honest.

HOWARD THE DUCK #24
1977, Marvel Comics

Steve Gerber writer/editor, Gene Colan artist, Tom Palmer inks, Joe Rosen letters, Janice Cohen colors

This just sadly reminds me that I haven’t read enough Howard the Duck.

intrapanel:

At least Howard is honest.

HOWARD THE DUCK #24

1977, Marvel Comics

Steve Gerber writer/editor, Gene Colan artist, Tom Palmer inks, Joe Rosen letters, Janice Cohen colors

This just sadly reminds me that I haven’t read enough Howard the Duck.

90 percent if Rice-a-Roni eaters win it on game shows. The wisdom of The Cowboy Wally Show.

90 percent if Rice-a-Roni eaters win it on game shows. The wisdom of The Cowboy Wally Show.

alexhchung:

Star-Lord by Bernie Wrightson


I miss this Starlord.

alexhchung:

Star-Lord by Bernie Wrightson

I miss this Starlord.

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