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After The Goldrush digital copy is available on my Gumroad site as a “pay what you want” comic, so it’s free if you’re cashless.

zencomix:

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After The Goldrush digital copy is available on my Gumroad site as a “pay what you want” comic, so it’s free if you’re cashless.

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lauralannes:

"I Awoke One Morning From Uneasy Dreams", Part 1 (The title is the first line in the comic, see what I did there)

This is a comic from 2011 that I’ve been meaning to translate since forever. I just got it done and I think I’ll have it as a mini for SPX this weekend.

My style has changed a lot in the past 3 years so re-reading and translating this made me cringe often, but I did it. Now I think everything I’ve ever done is available in both English and Portuguese. So, you know, that’s good I guess.

Nothing Burps Better than Francis Bacon.

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(via After The Goldrush) pay what you want digital copy of After The Goldrush available now.

(via After The Goldrush) pay what you want digital copy of After The Goldrush available now.

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(via After The Goldrush)

After The Goldrush digital copy is available on my Gumroad site as a “pay what you want” comic, so it’s free if you’re cashless.

(via After The Goldrush)

After The Goldrush digital copy is available on my Gumroad site as a “pay what you want” comic, so it’s free if you’re cashless.

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CAKE Exhibitor Applications are NOW OPEN!

cakechicago:

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APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN! All applications will be reviewed by the CAKE advisory committee, which is an open body consisting of members of the Chicago alternative comics community.

Applications Due before or on: December 15th, 2014

Exhibitors Notified: January 26th, 2015

We can’t wait to see your applications!

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exitsmiling:

Chicken Curried Cripes - Marc Bell

exitsmiling:

Chicken Curried Cripes - Marc Bell

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drawnandquarterly:

comicartsbrooklyn:

Adrian Tomine is a special guest of Comic Arts Brooklyn! We’ll have a whole bunch of his titles at Drawn and Quarterly, tables U21+U22, including his New York Postcards. 

Adrian Tomine will be at Comic Arts Brooklyn, November 8th and 9th!

drawnandquarterly:

comicartsbrooklyn:

Adrian Tomine is a special guest of Comic Arts Brooklyn! We’ll have a whole bunch of his titles at Drawn and Quarterly, tables U21+U22, including his New York Postcards. 

Adrian Tomine will be at Comic Arts Brooklyn, November 8th and 9th!

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kevinuehlein:

Progress from Dave W on the collab sketchbook

Yes!  Check out Dave’s blog

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kevinuehlein:

Progress from Dave W on the collab sketchbook

Yes!  Check out Dave’s blog

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kettle-o-fish:

The 5th annual Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation is coming up in November! We just finalized the programs, which you can view here. We’re very excited about our special guest this year, Caleb Wood!

Animation stills above from Georges Schwizgebel’s film “Jeu”, Zeitguised’s film “Birds”, and Allison Schulnik’s film “Eager”.

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ravingindian:

studino

ravingindian:

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zencomix:

Here’s a self portrait from about 9 years ago. My hair was this long for my first couple of trips to the Philippines. The first trip in 2004 was shortly after The Passion of the Christ was out. Apparently I was looking all Jesusy, if you think Jesus looked like an Irish American White Guy.
I wish I had a dollar for every person that told me I looked like Jesus. I had people screaming out of jeepneys at me “JESUS!” After a while, I started “giving out blessings” like I was the Pope, waving the sign of the cross to people screaming jesus at me. I seriously considered pulling a “Lenny Bruce”, and go around knocking on doors with a Chock Full O’ Nuts coffee can, collecting money for the lepers in Miami. 
One day, we were walking around the pond at Birnham Park in Baguio. At one end of the  pond, there was a little boy, maybe 4 years old, pointing at me, yelling “Jesus!”. Man, that was getting real old. We walked around to the other side of the pond, and there was another little boy, about the same age, and he pointed at me and yelled “Bin Laden!”

zencomix:

Here’s a self portrait from about 9 years ago. My hair was this long for my first couple of trips to the Philippines. The first trip in 2004 was shortly after The Passion of the Christ was out. Apparently I was looking all Jesusy, if you think Jesus looked like an Irish American White Guy.

I wish I had a dollar for every person that told me I looked like Jesus. I had people screaming out of jeepneys at me “JESUS!” After a while, I started “giving out blessings” like I was the Pope, waving the sign of the cross to people screaming jesus at me. I seriously considered pulling a “Lenny Bruce”, and go around knocking on doors with a Chock Full O’ Nuts coffee can, collecting money for the lepers in Miami. 

One day, we were walking around the pond at Birnham Park in Baguio. At one end of the  pond, there was a little boy, maybe 4 years old, pointing at me, yelling “Jesus!”. Man, that was getting real old. We walked around to the other side of the pond, and there was another little boy, about the same age, and he pointed at me and yelled “Bin Laden!”

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zencomix:

Vietnam Vets of Las Vegas pool player, sketched on lumpy grey homemade paper.

Desperate Annie’s, Caroline St. , Saratoga Springs, NY
1988?

zencomix:

Vietnam Vets of Las Vegas pool player, sketched on lumpy grey homemade paper.

Desperate Annie’s, Caroline St. , Saratoga Springs, NY

1988?

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zencomix:

Randall’s cousin Brady, from Nawth Cahalina.
Ballpoint pen on maple.

zencomix:

Randall’s cousin Brady, from Nawth Cahalina.

Ballpoint pen on maple.

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zencomix:

When I was a teenager in high school and Bloom County hit the comics pages, it was love at first sight. I clipped the comic out of the paper each day. I still have the yellowing clippings stuffed away in an envelope. This one is from March 12, 1981. I had written a letter to Berke Breathed asking him why his character “Limekiller” never appeared anymore. I also tried to get the licensing rights to start printing Bloom County T-shirts, and he was kind enough to write back.