Posts tagged: scans
Last night, the Drive-In Mob watched The Horror Of Party Beach (1964) together and Mobster @Kinetograph shared this Wallace Wood and Russ Jones fumetti / photo comic adaptation of the same.
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Manuscripts
The Shelley-Godwin Archive has posted all available manuscripts of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Ope…
More from Sword Of My Mouth via Boing Boing's review of the graphic novel about a dystopia, post-Rapture Detroit.
Jim Munroe and Shannon Gerrard donated copies of Sword Of My Mouth as a perk for Gutter-A-Go-Go, the fundraiser to keep the Cultural Gutter online. To find out more about our fundraiser, go here.
Comics Editor Carol investigates a crime wave in comics:
It seems like when people think of comics, they think of superheroes, but there was a long time when crime and comics were synonymous. And now it seems like some of the best comics around are crime books. There’s a new golden age, a new crime wave in comics.
This post is also part of Furious Cinema's Scenes of the Crime Blog-a-thon. See other entries and find out how to participate, here.
Cover art by Sean Philips.
In honor of Dia de los Muertos, please enjoy this Scary Godmother comic story first published in Action girl Comics! Learn about the holiday and it’s traditions from Mr. Pettibone! I will be adding another sugar skull to my little ofrenda and lighting candles in remembrance of those in my life I have lost! :-) Also, revel in hand lettering on actual comicbook paper, digital children! It adds much character to your story!
If you enjoy this, there are more Scary Godmother adventures in the Dark Horse Comic Scary Godmother The Comic Book Stories compilation. It’s the TPB with the purple cover! available at fine comicbook shops everywhere and online!
Pages from Dark Shadows, episode #641. Click through for more. Via @willmckinley
Cover of Sixth Gun: Sons of the Gun and an interior page. Written by Cullen Bunn & Brian Hurtt with art by Brian Churilla and colors by Bill Crabtree. From Oni’s press release:
Since the very first issue of THE SIXTH GUN, readers have clamored for more information about General Hume’s horsemen. And now the story can be told. What happened to the horsemen after their master died? The answers can be found the in February debuting series THE SIXTH GUN: SONS OF THE GUN….each issue features a look at a different member of Hume’s ghastly gang.
Doom by Alex Maleev.
“One is not born a woman, one becomes one.”
Simone de Beauvoir
(Big Barda & The Fighting Furies by Jack Kirby & Mike Royer from Mr Miracle #9, 1972, DC Comics)