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Come to the the Coelacanth Gallery to see our holiday decorations. Here’s my favorite so far, a gorgeous C.C. Beck* Captain Marvel “Christmas cover”. The snow, the trees, the giant boot… the color scheme and the lettering … they don’t … Continue reading
Awesome Steampunk Iron Man image by Jason Kang! But really, isn’t Tony Stark really pretty darn steampunk already? It’s a short step, but one we’re glad that Mr Kang chose to take. I couldn’t find any commentary from the artist … Continue reading
Several people sent me links to “dog philosophy”, this great comic about the nature of dogs from threepanelsoul.com. It seems to be taking the world of great comics about nature of dogs by storm, as well it should. I’d never … Continue reading
I’ve decided I’m finally going to make a computer font out of my hand lettering. Several fonts, actually, I hope: one of all caps, one of bolded all caps, and one of my upper and lower case printing, all of … Continue reading
It’s very strange to note that I have been keeping this blog for more than two years and have never mentioned one of my favorite cartoonists: Roz Chast. The cover of this week’s New Yorker gives me a good excuse … Continue reading
Sometimes you see an animated .gif and it just seems to say everything you want to say for a whole day. Plus, werewolf. (File this under “I wish I’d thought of this myself”.) The World Cup final and some cool … Continue reading
It’s our annual “this day in history” celebration. Today, it turns out, is the anniversary of two very famous covers. On the first of June 1938, Action Comics #1, featuring the first appearance of Superman, and on the first of … Continue reading
Drawings of the day made away from home sometimes look a little different, since they are inked with tools you find in my traveling kit rather than the studio toolbox or the contents of the Coffee Cups of Doom and … Continue reading
It took a month and more, but Birds in a Sluddle is finished. I gave up posting it bit by bit when my eye problems got so much worse, because nobody wants to read about that. But now I’ve … Continue reading