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jackreese:

Excerpt from Don’t Eat It, a new comic that’ll debut at SPX!

(via icallhergrady)

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cmarkburt:

Mark Burt and Jon MacNair // “The Hiding Place” // Ink on paper // 8” x 10” //

cmarkburt:

Mark Burt and Jon MacNair // “The Hiding Place” // Ink on paper // 8” x 10” //

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simoneangelini:

John Fante.

simoneangelini:

John Fante.

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bryanbaines:

Panel from 2-29-2012
Laughed so hard at this panel. “You’ve GOT to be kidding me.”

bryanbaines:

Panel from 2-29-2012

Laughed so hard at this panel. “You’ve GOT to be kidding me.”

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"No one in the world
Ever gets what they want
And that is beautiful
Everybody dies
Frustrated and sad
And that is beautiful
They want what they’re not
And I wish they would stop
Saying “Deputy Dawg dog a ding dang depadepa
“Deputy Dawg dog a ding dang depadepa"

— They Might Be Giants Don’t Let’s Start, 1986 (via artlung)

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twentiethcenturykid:

SWEET INK!
Topps Mighty Mouse And His Pals Tattoo
Circa 1965
Deputy Dawg!

twentiethcenturykid:

SWEET INK!

Topps Mighty Mouse And His Pals Tattoo

Circa 1965

Deputy Dawg!

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(Source: softsolids)

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plagueofcomix:

concept art for children’s book gig

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joshuasantospirito:

My view. #volissos #greece

joshuasantospirito:

My view. #volissos #greece

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dakotamcfadzean:

andywarnercomics:

I’ll be tabling at San Francisco Zinefest tomorrow and Sunday, selling Irenes, a new minicomic collection called “When We Were Kids” and a bunch of other stuff.

Come by and see me at table 103 this Saturday and Sunday!

I’m also lucky to be right next to superbuddies Silver Sprocket (table 102) and Mixtape Comics (table 101) - pretty nice company to keep!

Yes yes yes yes

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vellum:

(via 2 · August 29, 2014 - dreaming on paper)
The 2nd episode of Dreaming on Paper is up!

vellum:

(via 2 · August 29, 2014 - dreaming on paper)

The 2nd episode of Dreaming on Paper is up!

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adhousebooks:

AdSign

adhousebooks:

AdSign

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(via Recent :: David Miller ::) Back in the 1980s, David Miller turned me on to The Hairy Who.

(via Recent :: David Miller ::) Back in the 1980s, David Miller turned me on to The Hairy Who.

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cameron1228 said: Hi. I heard that there's a comic scene starting in Houston. Who does it comprise of? I'm a Texan as well and am interested in hearing about the new comic scenes in Texas.

rootstudio:

booleancomics:

Hi! There is definitely a growing comic scene here, and there are several cons year round ranging from high-profile ones like Comicpalooza down to indie self-publishing events such as Zinefest Houston or Menilfest. The comic people here are all really supportive as well and we all try to promote each others’ work. 

Here are some people you should follow if you’re wanting an introduction to Houston comics:

Ben Humeniuk: hipogram

Isaiah Broussard: ibroussardart

Jamie Kinosian: jamiekinosian

Jessi Jordan: jessijordan

Jason Poland: robbieandbobby

And some events:

Zinefest Houston: http://www.zinefesthouston.org

Menilfest: http://www.menilfest.com/#start

Comicpalooza: http://www.comicpalooza.com/

I am so far out of the loop on this info (both literally and metaphorically…)  The only things I was previously aware of were Zinefest Houston and Comicpalooza (and Domy Books… RIP)

OH!  And let’s not forget the Texas Comic Creators Consortium which meets the first Saturday of every month.  My big dumb butt will be there on September 6th.

And while it’s not Houston specific it is Texas specific, there’s the annual STAPLE! Independent Media Expo held annually in Austin.  I really hope I can make it next year…