1. thegreatsubject:

    "I’m not losing no fight to no scumbag out there in no ghetto."

    -Surviving Edged Weapons (1988)

     
  2. cooketimm:

    Creepy #15 (2009) frontispiece by Bruce Timm

    (via de2ekcha2m)

     
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  4. mysteryobject:

    Mystery Object: Episode 5

    by Tom Scioli

    http://www.ambarb.com/?p=920

    (via tomscioli)

     
  5. afuchan:

    Vagabonds

    I’ve been busy with work and I barely have time to squeeze in something I want to do for myself. It’s refreshing.

     
  6. ntamarit:

    Random character

    (via mercurialblonde)

     
  7. adamwarrencomics:

    Work stages for a 2012 illo I drew for Udon’s Marvel vs. Capcom artbook: http://www.udonstore.com/Marvel-vs-Capcom-Official-Complete-Works-SC-p/marvel-vs-capcom-sc.htm

    In order, the stages are: rough sketch; pencils; inks; color guide;
    "overlay" color guide for added color FX; initial colors by Rob "Robaato" Porter; and Rob’s final colors.

     
  8. ivyarchive:

    mymodernmet:

    Illustrator Lili Chin's adorable series Dogs of the World illustrates 192 breeds of dogs grouped according to geographical origin.

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    (via characterdesignreferences)

     
  9. udhcmh:

    John Carter of Mars, November 1952. #437 in the Dell Four Color series.

    Ladies and gentleman, may I present, the squarest interpretation of John Carter and Dejah Thoris anywhere ever.

    (via notpulpcovers)

     
  10. udhcmh:

    John Carter of Mars, February 1952. #375 in the Dell Four-Color line.

    The squarest version of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars stories ever.

    The Dell John Carter comics are a weird mirror universe version of the timeless Edgar Rice Burroughs stories. In the stories and most adaptations, exoticism is turned up to 10 and clothing down to 1 (or less). In the Dell version, exoticism is turned down to 1 and clothing is turned up to 11.

    Sure, there are thoats, and banths, and calots but John Carter looks like someone’s dad, Dejah Thoris isn’t red and dresses like a 50s housewife, Tars Tarkas looks like a character from The Wind in the Willows, and everybody is wearing as much clothing as possible.

    (via notpulpcovers)