We mostly know it superficially, as a series of iconic images - Charlie Brown with his head down, Snoopy perched on top of a doghouse, Linus clutching his baby blanket, Pigpen with a cloud of dirt behind him. But beyond those images is a melancholic masterpiece. The longest-running meditation on loneliness, defeat, and alienation ever in popular American art.
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Cataclysmo is a #Monsterthology, thats right - a monster anthology (see what we did there) comic book created by Carlos Florez Jr, Matt Reeves, and Ryan Musser with art by Justin Ryan, Rowel Roque and Ronson Edulan.
Thursday, Oct 8th 2015 (6:56am)
So you are really into animated movies. You love the Peanuts comic strip. You want to create an image of yourself and transform it into a Peanuts character. Good for you. Now you have a place to do that last item.
Friday, Sep 25th 2015 (3:42am)
After 25 years, Berkeley Breathed is returning to his Pulitzer Prize-winning comic strip, "Bloom County." Breathed announced the new incarnation of the politically-minded strip via a post on Facebook that featured him working on a new comic with the words "Bloom County 2015" at the top.
Calvin and Markov is a project by Josh Millard that uses a Markov chain process to remix classic Calvin and Hobbes comic strips into something even more surreal. Millard details the process behind the project in a lengthy blog post on his site.
Wednesday, Jul 8th 2015 (12:01am)
MTV News recently revealed the plans that Marvel has for their upcoming relaunch of The Amazing Spider-Man comic book series. Peter Parker (Spider-Man) will be the owner of his tech company Parker Industries, sporting a new high-tech suit, a speedy Spider-Mobile, and adventures that are on a more global scale. The future series is being written by Dan Slott, drawn by Giuseppe Camuncoli, and given a fresh redesign by skilled artist Alex Ross.
Thursday, Jul 2nd 2015 (12:00am)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based artist Daniel Kamarudin (a.k.a. "theDURRRRIAN") has created a collection of illustrations reimagining the cast of Marvel's film, Avengers: Age of Ultron as dark fantasy characters. Prints of his artwork are available to purchase online from Redbubble.
Friday, Jun 12th 2015 (3:47pm) | Thanks: Squid
In case the subtlety of the headline was lost on you, there's a new Calvin and Hobbes book - an exhibition piece with commentary by Watterson on how C&H came to be, the day-to-day workings of the strip, and more.
Friday, May 29th 2015 (12:02am)
The signature scene of Netflix's new Marvel superhero series Daredevil comes at the tail end of the show's second episode, "Cut Man." Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) - a.k.a. Daredevil - bursts into the villains' den looking for a missing boy. From there, we're treated to a bone-crunching fight through the guts of a seedy New York City building.
Doors bust open. People get microwaves chucked at their heads. Bodies contort and twist with every punch. And it all happens in one, continuous shot.
The scene is a three-minute declaration that this superhero series came ready to play.
Wednesday, Apr 15th 2015 (1:59am)
A fresco depicting four superheroes committing what has been interpreted as a gang rape is currently the subject of a huge scandal in France. The mural - which is painted on the wall of a hospital in Clermont-Ferrand - depicts Wonder Woman having anal sex with Batman while Superman comes in her mouth. Supergirl is there, fisting, and the Flash is getting a handjob.
Friday, Jan 23rd 2015 (7:25am) | Thanks: topless robot
VICE nails the deep existential appeal of Schulz's superficially-harmless comic strip, and offers a good explanation of why I'm kinda keen to see the new movie.
In celebration of Groot and Rocket Raccoon, two of the tough and lovable characters from Marvel‘s popular new film Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel will be releasing 20 variant covers created by talented artists in November 2014 featuring the dynamic duo. Each variant will be a homage to a classic comic book cover, such as: Iron Man #128 (1968), The Avengers #4 (1963), and many others.
Friday, Oct 10th 2014 (12:04am) | Thanks: Squid
With art from Felipe Torrent, and created and written by Ryan Ferrier, Team Gold Force 4 asks the question: What if TV’s The Golden Girls were actually living in old-folks witness protection, with decades of super secret government assassinations behind them? Well, ask no more. Just keep reading.
Tuesday, Jul 29th 2014 (12:03am) | Thanks: timely
Godzilla Vs. Hedorah (1971)
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