A Glorkian Selfie!!
Another great submission to the Fan Art Contest we’re having to celebrate Glorkian Warrior: The Trials of Glork going on sale this week.
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his life was totally in danger.
True story; this officer (John Pike) got a settlement of $38,000 because he said he got depressed after pepper spraying these kids. Oh, the depression wasn’t for feeling remorseful for pepper spraying a bunch of college kids peacefully protesting. He got depressed because he said since the media kept playing the video of him pepper spraying peaceful kids without cause, he got threats and didn’t feel safe. He didn’t feel safe. I’m not making that up. This motherfucker collected nearly 40 grand on worker’s comp after assaulting a bunch of college kids.
this is just sick. it just gets worse. “let’s go out and pepper spray the shit out of them for bullying and PEACEFULLY PROTESTING” by this point any excuse is eliminated.
HE JUST MOPES AROUND AND SPRAYS IT BACK AND FORTH. THEY EACH GOT SPRAYED TWICE IN THE BEGINNING LIKE THEYRE BREATHING IT
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2011), Göran Hugo Olsson
You heard it right folks, the FBI considered free breakfasts for poor children to be the most dangerous internal threat to the country. Literally the kind of thing Jesus would do was the most dangerous threat to the country.
It’s not surprising, considering Hoover was a vile racist piece of shit who lost sleep at night thinking about poor people not being miserable or dead.
Afeni Shakur started that though. Please give the ladies of the Panther Movement their props.
Art For Sale: We’re still experiencing a bit of a financial crisis at the moment while the Eltingville Club work continues to drag on. I should be finishing it up in a few weeks but the summer’s been super tough and we’ve turned to selling art and collectibles to help keep us afloat. We generally sell our art through eBay, for a number of reasons, but it’s a slow process and we figured we’d try something different and see if anything happens.
So: The artwork shown here comes from a variety of books and gigs, all are pen and ink on standard 17” by 15” bristol (mostly Marvel paper, it seems). Some of these are relatively expensive, at least for my stuff, because I’m starting to sell off pages I have always meant to keep, meaning, this is the stuff I like and think is worth a bit.
1) Milk and Cheese: Destroy All Stand-Up - $500
2) Dork #5, Let The Fun Begin -$400
3) Hellboy: Weird Tales -$200
4) Dork #10 Cover - $800
5) Milk and Cheese: Goodbye 1 pg strip - $400
6) Murder Family: April Funeral’s Day pg - $150
7) Eltingville Club: Bread and Suck-Asses Title pg - $500
8) Sim City Urbz Web Comic pg 1 - $150
9) Exhumed Films T-Shirt design - $250
Prices do not include shipping and insurance.
If you’re interested in a page, write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to ask about any art you’re interested in that you don’t see here. More art will be on eBay soon, thanks to everyone who’s bid and supported us while I push Eltingville off the ledge.
Mark Evanier, Kirby: King of Comics (via nerdhapley)
It’s Jack Kirby’s birthday, so here’s that story of him being bad ass all of the time.
Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.
” … 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. “