(Source: daysrunaway, via patholysis)

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brianmichaelbendis:

1985 - Marvel Fanfare #20 - Charles Vess Portfolio

(Source: marvel1980s)

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70sscifiart:

Matthew Leibowitz

(Source: tomorrowandbeyond)

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vivipiuomeno:

Emmanuel Sougez ph. ca 1955

(via vivipiuomeno)

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chromeandlightning:

Beau and Alan Daniels ‘87

(via trash-culture)

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spx:

pigeonpressandgallery:

Charles Burns @spx 2014


Charles Burns will at the Pigeon Press table (W 51-52) throughout the weekend. We’ll have advanced copies of Sugar Skull, the final volume of the Nit Nit trilogy (X’ed Out, The Hive - pantheonbooks Books) for sale along with many other rare out of print books from the artist. Come early and be the first to get this book!

The first 200 copies of Sugar Skull sold will include a limited-edition signed and numbered Gicleé printed bookplate made especially for SPX along a pantheonbooks​ promotional Nit Nit mask (while supplies last). 

Burns will be on 2 panels during the weekend:

SAT — Alt-Weekly Comics Roundtable — Noon - 1:00pm (White Oak Room)

SUN — Charles Burns Spotlight/Q + A — 2:00 - 3:00pm (White Oak Room)

The Pigeon Press artist signing times will be posted shortly.

 

Looking for Charles Burns at SPX?

Here’s everything!

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pacino84:

God Hates Astronauts #1 cover by Geof Darrow

(via megatrip)

58

perfectframes:

WATCHER IN THE ATTIC / 1976 / NOBORU TANAKA

7

(via megatrip)

597

fantagraphics:

The year is 1947. Arsène Schrauwen has just boarded a boat to the Belgian Congo, to help his cousin there build a utopia in the wilderness. This is the story of critically acclaimed artist Olivier Schrauwen's grandfather, which Schrauwen first self-published in three issues in 2012.

Now, Fantagraphics has collected the stories together in Schrauwen’s first full-length graphic novel, Arsène Schrauwen, and we’re so pleased to reveal the final cover art for his book. Stay tuned for more previews and sneak peeks soon! In the meantime, the presale is live for Arsène Schrauwen on our site.

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fortheloveofdccomics:

Planet of the Apes by Earl Norem

(via trash-culture)

184

sullenmoons:

Octavio Ocampo, Buddha

(via patholysis)

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