Vois la détresse sûre du papier… Achille Talon / Greg
I read Gō Nagai for the crowd scenes.
(Cutie Honey vs. The Abashiri Family, Gō Nagai & Dynamic Pro, c. 2009)
Agito Cosmos: Heroes !
The seriously enviable talent of Laurent Durieux.
Original Krazy Kat Sunday strip by George Herriman, originally published by King Features Syndicate, May 4, 1941.
Jonny Quest model sheets by Alex Toth…
Suck it up
Very nearly stopped this early. There are a lot of questionable things here:
-the courageous stand against racism. I know it’s a risky gambit to take such a stance in the 21st century etc etc
-preaching to the converted. There is little chance that the sort of person who should read this will, much less that they might consider it if they did.
-no matter what, if this were shown to 1,000 people, someone on either side of the discussion will call me an idiot.
I enjoyed drawing super-heroes. I almost never do. I loved them growing up, and still read them, but the mainstream reading community is not something I can proudly be part of. I will say, the podcast I mention here (Poptards) is one of the few mainstream comics ones that I enjoy and is not embarrassing to listen to (House to Astonish being another).
Unfortunately, I didn’t have space to add my concept of how to get a black Human Torch into the Marvel 616 continuity: The Fantastic Four travel the multiverse and meet a black version of the Fantastic Four. 100% the same but black. They have an adventure together, and yadda yadda yadda, the machine explodes, and they are left in our world with the black Johnny, for five years in our time until they reboot the movies again, and white Johnny inevitably comes home. No Mephisto needed.
Marvel can make the check out to cash.
sophie franz : sktchbk.