comicsworkbook:

Helen Jo

One of my all-time favorite artists.

(via cult-fanboy-ramble)

World’s Finest Comics #175
Drawn by Neal Adams
Script by Leo Dorfman

This might be my absolute favorite two-page spread in all of comics history.

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llemonjello asked:

Shout-at to Reddit. That website is the biggest collection of nerdy fedora-wearing closeted racists on the internet that riot over virtual points.

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yoisthisracist:

Oh yeah, that shit is incredibly wack and virulently racist.

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sleeveless asked:

noah, really sorry to hear you're having a hard time. i don't have $100 to put down at once (if i did i would! the pages are worth it!), what's the best way to contribute smaller amounts? will buying any of the books get you anything big enough to make a difference?

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noahvansciver:

Yes! You could help me out by buying a copy of my book Youth Is Wasted from Adhouse!
http://www.adhousebooks.com/books/youthiswasted.html

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Anonymous asked:

Shit is hell of depressing lately. How about a picture of Boogie to cheer us up?

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yoisthisracist:

Oof, this is going to be rough, then, but Boogie actually passed away a couple months ago. I got a new little buddy a few weeks ago, named Sinbad (after the comedian, I think).




He’s a good boy, but I miss Boogie. RIP Boogie.

RIP Boogie.

noahvansciver:

Hey. I’m selling pages! Pass it on!

Amazing deals for amazing pages!

willlaren:

"Bumper Sticker Psych out"

myfancybrain:

I embroidered one of Shannon’s great patterns from her website 

I will always reblog Shannon designs.

bestofcarletongraphic:

2006 by Scott Donaldson, Issue 9.
This was another collaborative issue, but more loosely structured than Spring Lake Massacre. Each contributor was assigned a year between 2000 and 2010 to reflect on. Scott’s comic was my favorite of this issue - his always-experimental narrative choices served him well here (and his use of black and white makes me envious every time I see it). A quiet, reflective comic that also serves as a beautiful portrait of its author.
-Jacob
bestofcarletongraphic:

2006 by Scott Donaldson, Issue 9.
This was another collaborative issue, but more loosely structured than Spring Lake Massacre. Each contributor was assigned a year between 2000 and 2010 to reflect on. Scott’s comic was my favorite of this issue - his always-experimental narrative choices served him well here (and his use of black and white makes me envious every time I see it). A quiet, reflective comic that also serves as a beautiful portrait of its author.
-Jacob
bestofcarletongraphic:

2006 by Scott Donaldson, Issue 9.
This was another collaborative issue, but more loosely structured than Spring Lake Massacre. Each contributor was assigned a year between 2000 and 2010 to reflect on. Scott’s comic was my favorite of this issue - his always-experimental narrative choices served him well here (and his use of black and white makes me envious every time I see it). A quiet, reflective comic that also serves as a beautiful portrait of its author.
-Jacob

bestofcarletongraphic:

2006 by Scott Donaldson, Issue 9.

This was another collaborative issue, but more loosely structured than Spring Lake Massacre. Each contributor was assigned a year between 2000 and 2010 to reflect on. Scott’s comic was my favorite of this issue - his always-experimental narrative choices served him well here (and his use of black and white makes me envious every time I see it). A quiet, reflective comic that also serves as a beautiful portrait of its author.

-Jacob

bestofcarletongraphic:

Spring Lake Massacre, cover by Jon Kittaka, written by Andreas Stoehr. Issue 17.

Issue 17 was a unique high point for us at the Graphic. Andreas wrote a self-standing story about a small town scandal, and broke it into nine chapters, each of which was drawn by a different contributor. It’s a powerful story, and contains some truly beautiful graphic storytelling. If you’ve never read it, this is your chance! Enjoy!

-Jacob