The Comics Journal recently posted their review of Dave Cooper’s new book, “Mudbite,” which they described as “abject fantasias of intense sexual anxiety rendered in Cooper’s compellingly repellent style.” I think that about sums it up. […]
Ana Mirallès is a Spanish comic book artist known particularly for her treatment of erotic subjects. After completing a degree in fine arts, she became an illustrator for several publishing houses. Her first publication came […]
I had a couple conversations recently about writing fight scenes and how abysmal they usually are to read, even to watch. Action is very tedious, after all. Think of how quickly a car chase gets […]
The world’s first openly Republican superhe- er… villain. From the pages of Spider-man.
Hours passed, and Xana realized neither of them had bothered to turn on the light even as the penthouse grew dark. And Ian hadn’t moved or bothered to go to the bathroom. He just sat […]
Kirby vs. Steranko
Eye always feel like somebody’s watching me Sixteen more images to update my The Eyes Have It collection.
Matt Cunningham, who goes by the moniker Moon Patrol, creates fantastically trippy retro collages from or inspired by old comics, pulp art, and vintage ads: cowboys, robots, phantoms, aliens, dinosaurs, and monsters. You can find […]
Full of penis noses and vagina heads and casting Picasso as a Victorian detective, Stéphane Rosse’s single-panel illustrations make Twin Peaks look like a children’s story.
As an author and art-lover who has no talent for the visual arts, I’m fascinated by art that tells a story. I’m convinced there are pathways in our neuroanatomy that link our narrative interpretations of […]