Posts tagged: animals
“We often tell ourselves this is our world. Well, it is not just our world. It is also the world of millions of species of creatures which have just as much right to it as we have, whether they be great or small and live by land or by sea or out in the vastness of the great oceans.”
(Panels from Walt Kelly’s “Pogo”, as published on June 3rd, 1949)
Sweet metal tyrannosauri by Andrew Chase. Click through to Love In The Time Of Chasmosaurs for more.
Happy Easter, Everybody! Hope the bunny brings you better stuff than Frank brought Donnie!
Science Fiction/Fantasy Editor, James writes about Watership Down—and omg, there are cute bunny pictures!
Some books just grab a hold of you and never let go. The subject matter could be almost anything, from a big fat fantasy to, say, building a cathedral. Or rabbits! On the short list of absolute classics, Watership Down by Richard Adams, a story of rabbit life in pastoral England, takes pride of place behind few others. What makes this book tick?
Image via Bunny-Rabbits.com
Carol returns to the question that 2012 inevitably raises: Who will claim the earth, monkeys or robots?
Comics Editor Carol writes about images that have haunted her and the potential of comics to horrify. (Image from Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson’s Beasts of Burden: Animal Rites).
…a dog was among the contingent of commandos sent to kill Osama bin Laden. The two lead photographs show dogs jumping out of aircraft, which I find totally mindblowing.
Read on and see the other photo that blew Alexis Madrigal’s mind at The Atlantic.