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The mini-comic 6 Barrel Shotgun is now available for download via Gumroad

The mini-comic <i>6 Barrel Shotgun</i> is now available for download via Gumroad. It’s only $1, and features a shotgun with…more than one barrel, as well as a Combustion Falcon, and some cuhraaaazy action. Written by me, illustrated by Logan Faerber, and lettered by David C. Hopkins. Give it a read and get some dirt on ya’.

Hanna K. Draws | newestfrontier: Billy and Lolas apartment in...

Billy and Lolas apartment in fish-eye. It’s like, Tokyo style cramped in there.<p>I guess this is a pretty cool sketch? from my space stories Tumblr

Sam Shakusky after one week

Sam Shakusky after one week.

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Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury<p>I really like guys style of radical expressive and spontaneous illustration.

marikapaprika:

So I’ve finally started making gifs from some of the character animation I did for Psyop’s Dishonored: Tales from Dunwall animations! I wanted to isolate a few of my favorite sequences from the rest of the backgrounds/effects to show what they look like on their own.<p>This is a little zoomed-in segment of one of my favorites. It’s from the Episode 3 dream sequence. Poor lil Piero gettin’ tumbled around. So much fun!!

Maurice Sendak on the artist’s life, from The Comics Journal no. 302 http://www.fantagraphics.com/tcj302

Maurice Sendak on the artist’s life, from The Comics Journal no. 302 http://www.fantagraphics.com/tcj302

Writing a book isn't supposed to be fun

As I write, I couldn't claim, quite, that my fingers are dancing across the keyboard. But they are making their way at a stately pace appropriate to …

patloika:

Gotham Central by Michael Lark<p>I miss this book.<p>Great artist. Great book. I miss it.

'Tom Was Lestat For Me': Authors Who Loved the Film Versions of Their Books

Authors are notorious for hating the movie adaptations of their work, but Philip K. Dick, Dennis Lehane, Anne Rice and others found themselves pleasantly surprised.<p>Warner Bros.<p><b>Movies That Quietly Spawned TV Shows</b><p>Last week, <i>Flavorwire</i> had a good laugh at the recently uncovered notes from the …

James Salter And All That Is: The Brilliant New Book From One Of America’s Greatest Novelists.

It is one of the eccentricities of American publishing that James Salter has not been widely embraced as a great writer. His books are as good as those of post-war novelists like John Updike, Philip Roth, Richard Ford, and critics have often said so, and yet he is nowhere near as beloved or …

dailyforlorn:

At one with the universe, everything becomes transparent. (From “Obvious Amenities” (part 1) in Forlorn Funnies no. 1)

The Last Book I Loved: The Unnamed

When you go to the website for Joshua Ferris’s 2010 novel, <i>The Unnamed</i>, your screen fills with static for a second. Then it resolves into a grainy …

Rue89 Culture’s gallery of images of Paris, then and now, is completely mesmerizing. As they say, it is indeed a time machine. See more images here: http://tpr.ly/Zsu9nu.