The Red Death takes the life of Prince Prospero - Arthur Rackham illustration for Edgar Allan Poe’s The Masque of The Red Death, 1935
Batman & Robin, 1940s serial-style.
San Hannibal #4 comes out in October. But if you want a copy, let your comic book shop know NOW. Pre-order using Diamond code AUG141613.
A little early San Hannibal #4 to punk your eyeballs. Art and writing by me, colors and letters by Jesse Snavlin. You will pre-order, won’t you? Haven’t you? Yes. That’s why I love you best.
Alchemical and Rosicrucian Compendium (Selected Pages). Mellon MS 110. 1760.
My man Bob does a great Spider-Woman — and he knows how to shift the camera to make a pose work.
Original Idyl strip by Jeffrey Jones from an unknown issue of National Lampoon magazine. early ’70s.
(Blade of the Immortal, Hiroaki Samura)
Wonderfully staged fight scene!
My goodness. Hiroaki Samura is all. If only more mainstream comics displayed this level of staging/sequencing with their super powered, perfectly fit heroes ( 22 page limitations, advert-filled, overwriting obstacles notwithstanding). I’d read a lot more of them!
Not even the coolest part of that whole fight. The best Makie fight in a comic ostensibly built around those fights.
Here is Jackie Crofts’ cover for Nutmeg #4, “The Bake Sale.”
Don’t forget that our culinary coming-of-age crime comic, Nutmeg,officially debuts from Action Lab Comics in March, so make sure you tell your local comic shop to pre-order it!
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I ran into James at SDCC. I said I’d totally go to their signing at 3:00 and I mega forgot until THIS VERY MOMENT. James, I’m a dink. But I’m following the Nutmeg tumblr now so there is no escape. I’m team Nutmeg for the duration.