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pizza-party:

The many faces of Birch Squatch. By Buster Moody, Jeremy Colwell, Jason Copland, Jim Gibbons (me), and Caleb Goellner.

Have you downloaded your copy of Birch Squatch: The Last Bigfoot #1 yet?

(via comicswithtim)

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bigredrobot:

STATION IDENTIFICATION
Fourth World Blues is a Tumblr maintained by Dylan Todd. I design all kinds of stuff. Sometimes I blog at ComicsAlliance.
I’m also the editor of the 2299 anthology, a $2 collection of sci-fi dayglo comics.
LINKS /// Portfolio / Twitter / Insta / TIMJ
MY OTHER TUMBLRS /// Guttersniper — Where I blog about comics and reblog interesting comics design and ephemera
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FREELANCE INQUIRIES /// info (at) bigredrobot (dot) net
Thank you for tolerating me. You’re beautiful people.

Dylan is a Renaissance man.

bigredrobot:

STATION IDENTIFICATION

Fourth World Blues is a Tumblr maintained by Dylan Todd. I design all kinds of stuff. Sometimes I blog at ComicsAlliance.

I’m also the editor of the 2299 anthology, a $2 collection of sci-fi dayglo comics.

LINKS /// Portfolio / Twitter / Insta / TIMJ

MY OTHER TUMBLRS /// Guttersniper — Where I blog about comics and reblog interesting comics design and ephemera

DEAD/ARCHIVED TUMBLRS /// Dinosaurs Attack! / 365 RecordsLet’s Draw D-Man / The Batman ‘66 Project / Jorts Wheaton / Let’s Draw Jaxxon / Sometimes I contributed to Dat Logo

FREELANCE INQUIRIES /// info (at) bigredrobot (dot) net

Thank you for tolerating me. You’re beautiful people.

Dylan is a Renaissance man.

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My very first POP print will be on sale at Rose City.
Lines by me
Colours by Pete Toms

My very first POP print will be on sale at Rose City.

Lines by me

Colours by Pete Toms

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steveabecker:

come on down to inner harbor this weekend for the Baltimore Comic Con

Go seek out these gents. They make great comics!

steveabecker:

come on down to inner harbor this weekend for the Baltimore Comic Con

Go seek out these gents. They make great comics!

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"Stan Lee, 1968:
” … And we talk it out. Lately, I’ve had Roy Thomas come in, and he sits and makes notes while we discuss it. Then he types them up which gives us a written synopsis. Originally-I have a little tape recorder-I had tried taping it, but then I found no one on staff has time to listen to the tape again later. But this way he makes notes, types it quickly, I get a carbon, the artist gets a carbon…so we don’t have to worry that we’ll forget what we’ve said. Then the artist goes home…or wherever he goes…and he draws the thing out, brings it back, and I put the copy in after he’s drawn the story based on the plot I’ve given him. Now this varies with the different artists. Some artists, of course, need a more detailed plot than others. Some artists, such as Jack Kirby, need no plot at all. I mean I’ll just say to Jack, ‘Let’s make the next villain be Dr. Doom’… or I may not even say that. He may tell me. And then he goes home and does it. He’s good at plots. I’m sure he’s a thousand times better than I. He just about makes up the plots for these stories. All I do is a little editing… I may tell him he’s gone too far in one direction or another. Of course, occasionally I’ll give him a plot, but we’re practically both the writers on the things. “"

— How did this statement never prove to the courts that Kirby is owed WAY more than he ever got?

(Source: comicbookartwork, via comicswithtim)

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comicswithtim:

"I love how Pop is a reworking of the modern day music scene with a sci-fi twist and a commentary on Pires’ part. As a pop culture junkie, I crave this type of storytelling. As for Copland’s art, he knocks it out of the park quite early in the first issue with a 16-panel page. Another element that really makes the art sing in this limited series is Pete Toms’ coloring—he uses a palette perfectly suited to the tone of the series.”
A snippet of my praise for Pop, the darkhorsecomics four-issue limited series in which curtpires wraps up his music trilogy, with jcopland on art—in a robot6 #BestOf7 piece.

Tim O’Shea talks POP #1.

comicswithtim:

"I love how Pop is a reworking of the modern day music scene with a sci-fi twist and a commentary on Pires’ part. As a pop culture junkie, I crave this type of storytelling. As for Copland’s art, he knocks it out of the park quite early in the first issue with a 16-panel page. Another element that really makes the art sing in this limited series is Pete Toms’ coloring—he uses a palette perfectly suited to the tone of the series.”

A snippet of my praise for Pop, the darkhorsecomics four-issue limited series in which curtpires wraps up his music trilogy, with jcopland on art—in a robot6 #BestOf7 piece.

Tim O’Shea talks POP #1.

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superpoweredfiction:

Jordi Bernet gets creative with this image as the European artist crosses Sin City with his own crime drama Torpedo.

Perfect fit.

superpoweredfiction:

Jordi Bernet gets creative with this image as the European artist crosses Sin City with his own crime drama Torpedo.

Perfect fit.

(via foxhideblog)

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red-lipstick:

bigblueboo:

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Trippy.

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dharbin:

SUPERFRIENDS.
An “Hour Drawing,” available to purchase here, and the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “The happiest day of Superman’s life.”

Dustin draws such cool stuff.

dharbin:

SUPERFRIENDS.

An “Hour Drawing,” available to purchase here, and the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “The happiest day of Superman’s life.”

Dustin draws such cool stuff.

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pizza-party:

Other books out tomorrow that I’m excited to read: POP #1 and Sundowners #1!

Thanks for the shout out, Jim!