April 19, 2014
thespithouse:

power to the people who use ‘spit’ in their names

thespithouse:

power to the people
who use ‘spit’ in their names

(Source: johnporcellino)

April 18, 2014
crapmachine:

hi. hello. read my comic!

crapmachine:

hi. hello. read my comic!

April 15, 2014
sparkplugbooks:

ATTENTION RETAILERS:
Sparkplug, Teenage Dinosaur, Snakebomb and Floating World join forces again to bring you their 2014 Free Comic Book Anthology - BARRIO MOTHERS.

Eight Portland artists present new masterpieces guaranteed to take your face on a wild trip. These line wranglers have harvested the freshest comic jams for your hungry eyeballs. And best of all it’s FREE!

Featuring all new comics by Josh Juresko, Sophie Franz, Karissa Sakumoto, Asher Craw, Wally Catton, and Andrew Scully.
Covers by Souther Salazar, Cameron Hawkey and Nick Norman.

32 pgs, b&w interior, fc cover
Mature Readers
FREE - (you just pay the shipping cost)

Ordering info:

Email: virginia@sparkplugcomicbooks.com

Shenton4Sales(at)aol(dot)com


Shenton4Sales(at)aol(dot)com

to place your order by April 25th to guarantee arrival by Saturday, May 3rd.

Shipping:

0-100 copies = $12.35, shipped in a flat rate priority box

sparkplugbooks:

ATTENTION RETAILERS:

Sparkplug, Teenage Dinosaur, Snakebomb and Floating World join forces again to bring you their 2014 Free Comic Book Anthology - BARRIO MOTHERS.

Eight Portland artists present new masterpieces guaranteed to take your face on a wild trip. These line wranglers have harvested the freshest comic jams for your hungry eyeballs. And best of all it’s FREE!

Featuring all new comics by Josh Juresko, Sophie Franz, Karissa Sakumoto, Asher Craw, Wally Catton, and Andrew Scully.

Covers by Souther Salazar, Cameron Hawkey and Nick Norman.

32 pgs, b&w interior, fc cover

Mature Readers

FREE - (you just pay the shipping cost)

Ordering info:

Email: virginia@sparkplugcomicbooks.com

Shenton4Sales(at)aol(dot)com

Shenton4Sales(at)aol(dot)com

to place your order by April 25th to guarantee arrival by Saturday, May 3rd.

Shipping:

0-100 copies = $12.35, shipped in a flat rate priority box

(via spx)

April 10, 2014

shinercomics:

One of the most rewarding things about doing the reprint of The Lake Erie Monster #1 was being able to run an ad for Tell Me Something I Don’t Know, the incredible podcast over at boingboing.net by Jim Rugg, Jasen Lex, and sometimes Ed Piskor. They interview really interesting artists, illustrators, designers, and forward thinkers of the comics/publishing industry and beyond.

Copies of The Lake Erie Monster #1 will be available locally, in Cleveland, next week. It’s already available online over at thelakeeriemonster.com!

(via magentawolf)

April 8, 2014
ucresearch:

"White inside the ham bone, always." 
We got a behind-the-scenes tour of the Dr. Seuss collection at UC San Diego. This is a color guide for Green Eggs and Ham. Dr. Seuss (whose real name was Ted Geisel) would commonly write notes in the margin to indicate how he would like his illustrations to print.

ucresearch:

"White inside the ham bone, always."

We got a behind-the-scenes tour of the Dr. Seuss collection at UC San Diego. This is a color guide for Green Eggs and Ham. Dr. Seuss (whose real name was Ted Geisel) would commonly write notes in the margin to indicate how he would like his illustrations to print.

April 3, 2014
paperrocketcomics:

Latest on The Tiny Report: your 2014 Ignatz guidelines. http://thetinyreport.com/2014/04/03/2014-ignatz-submissions/

paperrocketcomics:

Latest on The Tiny Report: your 2014 Ignatz guidelines. http://thetinyreport.com/2014/04/03/2014-ignatz-submissions/

March 17, 2014

kickintheeyes:

lil messy bus comics i drew on my way home from chicago zine fest :)

March 5, 2014
magentawolf:

The cover I drew for Scene Magazine’s second annual “Comics Issue”, back in January. Here’s the link to the section on their website. Though, there’s no credits or links to the artists, here they are in order: Brandon B., myself, Jake Kelly, Jessi Zabarsky, Liz Velasco, MJ Robinson, and Nate Ward.
I’m really proud of this issue. I’m going to post my page from it next. I’m happy with how this all turned out.
I would have posted this sooner, but I’ve spent the last couple months fighting devil dogs, and winter demons. Mostly devil dogs. I think I’m almost done with those for a while though, so expect more art posts. I’ve done a bunch of work that I haven’t posted yet.

magentawolf:

The cover I drew for Scene Magazine’s second annual “Comics Issue”, back in January. Here’s the link to the section on their website. Though, there’s no credits or links to the artists, here they are in order: Brandon B., myself, Jake Kelly, Jessi Zabarsky, Liz Velasco, MJ Robinson, and Nate Ward.

I’m really proud of this issue. I’m going to post my page from it next. I’m happy with how this all turned out.

I would have posted this sooner, but I’ve spent the last couple months fighting devil dogs, and winter demons. Mostly devil dogs. I think I’m almost done with those for a while though, so expect more art posts. I’ve done a bunch of work that I haven’t posted yet.

February 26, 2014
theesecretvoice:

Soooooo I went and made one of those Patreon pages. It’s an experiment! If you enjoy The Secret Voice, check it out and maybe think about signing up.

theesecretvoice:

Soooooo I went and made one of those Patreon pages. It’s an experiment! If you enjoy The Secret Voice, check it out and maybe think about signing up.

(via study-group)

February 21, 2014
drawingpower:

Gary Groth @ PIX 2014
Founder and Publisher of Fantagraphics Books, widely considered the most important publisher of independent, creator-owned comics in North America, Gary Groth, together with the late Kim Thompson, helped create and nurture the independent comics scene that emerged in the mid-1980’s and is thriving today.  As Mark Frauenfelder said on BoingBoing.com “His influence on the state of the contemporary American comics industry and on the art-form itself is difficult to overstate.”  Fantagraphics introduced many readers to the Hernandez Bros.’ Love and Rockets, Dan Clowes’ Eightball, Chris Ware’s early Acme Novelty Library and Charles Burns’ Black Hole series. They have also published beautifully designed collections from iconic cartoonists such as Charles Schulz (Peanuts), George Herriman (Krazy Kat), Carl Barks (Donald Duck) and Robert Crumb.


Gary was also the founder and original editor of The Comics Journal, the publication that introduced serious criticism and analysis to the American comics industry. 

Gary’s appearance at PIX is underwritten by ToonSeum Executive Director, Joe Wos.  Gary will be interviewed by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist, Tony Norman as part of PIX’s slate of evening programming, followed by a question and answer session.

PIX 2014Saturday 22 March 201410am - 5pm + 7pm - 11pm10 South 19th St.Pittsburgh PA 15203(map)special guests• Farel Dalrymple• Theo Ellsworth• Gary Groth• Danny Hellman• Ed Piskor• Trina Robbins• Jim Rugg• Tom Scioli• Craig YoeFREE ADMISSION!more at:http://pixcomix.orghttp://pixpo.tumblr.com/https://www.facebook.com/PIXcomicshttps://www.facebook.com/PittsburghIndieExpohttps://www.facebook.com/events/438086489651096/contact:  pixcomix@gmail.com

drawingpower:

Gary Groth @ PIX 2014
Founder and Publisher of Fantagraphics Books, widely considered the most important publisher of independent, creator-owned comics in North America, Gary Groth, together with the late Kim Thompson, helped create and nurture the independent comics scene that emerged in the mid-1980’s and is thriving today.  As Mark Frauenfelder said on BoingBoing.com “His influence on the state of the contemporary American comics industry and on the art-form itself is difficult to overstate.”  Fantagraphics introduced many readers to the Hernandez Bros.’ Love and Rockets, Dan Clowes’ Eightball, Chris Ware’s early Acme Novelty Library and Charles Burns’ Black Hole series. They have also published beautifully designed collections from iconic cartoonists such as Charles Schulz (Peanuts), George Herriman (Krazy Kat), Carl Barks (Donald Duck) and Robert Crumb.
Gary was also the founder and original editor of The Comics Journal, the publication that introduced serious criticism and analysis to the American comics industry. 
Gary’s appearance at PIX is underwritten by ToonSeum Executive Director, Joe Wos.  Gary will be interviewed by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist, Tony Norman as part of PIX’s slate of evening programming, followed by a question and answer session.
PIX 2014
Saturday 22 March 2014
10am - 5pm + 7pm - 11pm

10 South 19th St.
Pittsburgh PA 15203
(map)

special guests
• Farel Dalrymple
• Theo Ellsworth
• Gary Groth
• Danny Hellman
• Ed Piskor
• Trina Robbins
• Jim Rugg
• Tom Scioli
• Craig Yoe

FREE ADMISSION!

more at:
http://pixcomix.org
http://pixpo.tumblr.com/
https://www.facebook.com/PIXcomics
https://www.facebook.com/PittsburghIndieExpo
https://www.facebook.com/events/438086489651096/


contact:  pixcomix@gmail.com

(via comicsworkbook)