Over at Kung Fu Fridays, Colin has scans of a 1973 manhua that sure looks like Tony Wong’s Little Rascals / Siu Lau Man. (Prepare for a disturbing blend of Triad violence and manga-influenced figures). And if that’s not enough 1973 Hong Kong fisticuffs for you, he’s got […]
Top Shelf rolls out their new webcomic anthology thingamajiggy, Top Shelf 2.0, including Kagan McLeod’s Infinite Kung Fu among other awesomeness.
Curious what the cover of Doom Patrol #89 (August, 1964, first appearance of The Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man) looks like? Or any other comic, for that matter? Check out the bottomless treasure trove that is the Grand Comic Book Database, home to over 150,000 scanned comic book covers and counting.
This fascinating NY Times interview with Mad Magazine artist Al Jaffee reveals the origin of the Mad Fold-In and the process Jaffee has used to create every one since 1964 (he still doesn’t use a computer). It also includes a great slideshow of Fold-Ins past and present. What, […]
I picked up Emily Flake’s Lulu Eightball collection at the Buffalo Small Press Fair and I couldn’t be happier. Desperate millipedes, hammers with heft and a slanty take on our friend the observational humor comic strip. The weekly strips are here and here. Her illustration work is nice, […]
Looks like Italian neo-Fascist political party Alleanza Nazionale like them some 300. The candidate, Andrea De Priamo, has taken it off his site. (thanks, Sparky!)