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Jun 9 '14
Jun 1 '14
nsumida:

I’m an oblivious speller.

nsumida:

I’m an oblivious speller.

Apr 30 '14

royalboiler:

morioh:

Appleseed Vol 4: KNIFE FIGHT (planning to do a lot more fight scenes here because it what I love most about comics)

The comic scene that gets refereed to by my friends as “the knife fight” Shirow is awesome. 

Apr 29 '14
sairobee:

"At first, I did not know it was your diary. I thought it was a very sad handwritten book."

sairobee:

"At first, I did not know it was your diary. I thought it was a very sad handwritten book."

Apr 16 '14

jakewyattriot:

Test Number Two.  Stay tuned.  Next week she uses the sword.

For those of you who missed it: Test Number One.

-Jake

Mar 30 '14
Mar 28 '14

viivus:

I got pretty carried away with this answer, and then when I finally finished I noticed that I can’t even find the original ask anymore. So you’re going to have to take my word that at some point someone asked me this question.

Also hi Minty I have a comic for you, it is made of slightly creepy dreams and friendship.

Mar 26 '14

mikedawwwson:

Polina by Bastien Vivès

I always find this style of work appealing - it’s loose and gestural, yet it’s still well composed and clear. You can understand what the figures are doing in each panel with what appears to be a hastily drawn line. The ink looks like it was just thrown at the page, like each panel was drawn in an instant. But, each panel holds together. It doesn’t feel like the arrangement of the figures is sloppy, or that the negative space is awkward.

I don’t read or speak French, so I don’t really know what happens in the story, but this is a book I like to look at from time to time.

(Source: mikedawwwson)

Mar 23 '14
ghostattack:

(via En librairie - Kerascoët)

Beauty (vol. 3), by Kerascoët and Hubert

ghostattack:

(via En librairie - Kerascoët)

Beauty (vol. 3), by Kerascoët and Hubert

Mar 11 '14

hoursago:

has it really been a whole year……..

Mar 10 '14
bigbigtruck:

empartridge:

adammuto:

No. 41

muto’s low-hanging fruit is the best low-hanging fruit

every morning

bigbigtruck:

empartridge:

adammuto:

No. 41

muto’s low-hanging fruit is the best low-hanging fruit

every morning
Feb 19 '14
leppu:

This is so canon.

leppu:

This is so canon.

Feb 13 '14

luckymovielover asked:

Hi i was wondering is you could draw a step-by-step on how to draw marshall lee please

natazilla:

Feb 4 '14

rufftoon:

ronniedelcarmen:

thefundaynews:

Kerascoët– Beautiful Darkness

Finally a North American release ( with English translation! ) due out later this year.  Drawn and Quaterly

I love this book. Masterfully written and drawn by this wonderful duo of illustrators/cartoonists Marie Pommepuy and Sébastien Cosset. I asked Sébastien when we met them at a gallery show at Arludik who, what where in the world did this story come from. He waves both hands in disclaim and says, “Marie.” Amazing.

Oh my…YES!

Great book, and one of the darkest darkest fairy tales I read in recent years. Oh yes, very very dark! 

Jan 29 '14