Monthly Archives: November 2011

Happy St Andrew’s Day!

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What The Hell Is Grant Morrison Smoking?

From The Filth #2, see if you can understand what’s going on.

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It’s Superhero T-shirt Tuesday!

This is my mate Ross and me in 2000 on the worst holiday ever. The travel agent told us we were ten minutes from Magaluf, turned out we were a four-hour bus ride away on the other side of the … Continue reading

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Random comic art generator!

A Merry Marvel Marching Society poster by Jack Kirby.

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When I Was a Kid I Wanted To Be a Comic Book Artist When I Grew Up!

Since it’s St Andrew’s Day this week here’s something with a wee bit of Scottishness about it. This is Feek the Freek, who was in 2000AD’s Ace Trucking Co. Go head over here for the big version, big buddy.

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Batman sketch by Frank Quietly at 20th anniversary of Red Hot Comics!

I got up early yesterday to pop into Red Hot Comics after I noticed the Comics Anonymous guys mentioning on Twitter that not only was owner Ivor having a sale to mark the store’s 20th anniversary, but that Frank Quietly … Continue reading

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