- Rick Bjaker
- Red Failed Tatfish
- Moanstress 15 Variant
- Songs I like CCXXXIII: Everybody Wants To Be Famous
- Songs I like CCXXXII: Lights! Camel! Action! Charlton Heston Meets The Irresistible Force
- Batgirl 20
- Give yourself a non-shiny XX
- Planet of the Riveras
- Give yourself a shiny XIX
- Mark Edward Smith
- Songs I like CCXXXI: Prince of Tears
- Give yourself a shiny XVIII
- Songs I like CCXXX: Nothing but a Heartache
- Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3
- Give yourself a shiny XVII
- Exit Stage Left
- Christmas 2017
- Cincinnati Old Main
- The Ridiculous Sux
- Leather 44
- Afraid of the Bill
- Jim Baikie
Monthly Archives: May 2016
waka waka waka waka
I like this picture, just not sure who drew it.
It’s a shame they couldn’t get Jonny Depp back for the sequel, but they’ve found a worthy successor in Madonna.
Currently reading through the RAI Deluxe Edition 1, it’s dense and feels like it’s been translated from French. Very European, and I mean that in a good way.
Like a bullet from out of nowhere comes Paul Simon’s I Know What I Know.
Better than the last one, but not a classic.
Apparently to go with DC’s “Rebirth” is a new logo (yet to be unveiled). I hope it’s better than the last one… The whole Rebirth thing with its continuity obsession still puts me right off. And twice monthly shipping: good … Continue reading
Found out he was ill yesterday and dead today. The opening sequence of The Hunter is awfully good. Gutted for not seeking him out at the Lakes Comic Art Festival last year, I just wandered around with my Parker: The … Continue reading
This here is Party Crasher +1. It certainly looks like it should be an awesome shotgun, but I didn’t like it. Disappointing. I’ll stick with Invective for now.
…For some of that zero MegaPoint action. Order reference has been changed to protect the innocent.
I’m now on the final omnibus volume of Lone Wolf and Cub. And while Ogami Ittō is no longer assassinating anyone, it’s still an amazing book. The seppuku of Abe No Kaii was particularly gruelling. And if they’ve been on … Continue reading
Apparently, this is the only physical page of art created for Wonder Woman Earth One. The rest, rather than directly downloaded from the artists brain, were simply created “digitally”. And at the bottom right, you can see one of several … Continue reading
Even if it’s only a little bit. Might dig out my mighty hard cover for a re-read. I’ve met Mr Smith a couple of times, and he’s a thoroughly decent bloke. Now, get back to Tüki.