Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "In Case Of Bernie..."

From DC's anarchist cartoonist Mike Flugennock - "In Case Of Bernie..." Looks like Bernie Sanders is on a roll already, building up steam heading into the Nevada Caucuses, and that can only mean one thing – it's time to drag out Russiagate again, and like our heroic "first responders" the US media are right on top of things, trying to put out the fire. What really bugs me about this, though — and along with running as a Democrat, it made Sande...
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"In a new graphic-nonfiction book, 'Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration'..."

"... Bryan Caplan, a libertarian economist at George Mason University, makes the radical pro-immigration argument that others don’t. In his view, immigration should be essentially unlimited.... Opening the world’s borders wouldn’t mean abolishing them, Caplan explains.... Governments would relinquish their exclusionary authority, so that anyone, regardless of citizenship, could 'accept a job offer from a willing employer or rent an apartment from a willing landlord.' In one illustration, a carto...
Tags: Books, Comics, Law, Immigration, Economics, Eyebrows, Lips, Western Union, Libertarians, Smiling, George Mason University, Caplan, Bryan Caplan, Ann Althouse

strip for February / 24 / 2020 - Foreboding Omens

Foreboding Omens Jump to a Random Strip in the Archives! | Buy This Original Art | Archives | E-mail Dave
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hella-amberpricefield:Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Marvel’s...

hella-amberpricefield:Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes (2020) #2
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PR: Meet Ben Percy, the writer of WOLVERINE & X-FORCE today at Third Eye Annapolis!

Can't make it? Look inside for signed comic pre-orders! ...
Tags: Comics, Wolverine, Annapolis, Mike Rhode, Third Eye Annapolis, Ben Percy, ANNAPOLIS Click

DC Comics Presents #79 - Al Williamson art

DC Comics Presents v1 #79, 1984 - In this quirky tale, Superman and his alter ego Clark Kent try to determine the cause of their strange anomaly. Curt Swan's pencils are familiar to these characters, but seem antiquated at the same time. Al Williamson's inks brings a sharper edge, improving some panels (see interior page below) but having little effect overall. While distinctive in style, his [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Superman, Atlas, Dc, Superhero, Unknown, 1980s, Williamson, Clark Kent, Al Williamson, Curt Swan

Forbidden Worlds #78 - Al Williamson art

Forbidden Worlds v1 #78, 1959 - After finding an unusual looking dog, a young couple adopts him into their family. A high level of draftsmanship permeates Al Williamson's drawings. Realistic yet painterly, many panels are dramatically lit for maximum effect. Perhaps most memorable is the final scene depicting a peaceful silhouette against a dark, gradated background. Note that the creature on [Author: Unknown]
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Heroic Comics #71 - Frank Frazetta art

Heroic Comics v1 #71, 1952 - Frank Frazetta illustrates two Korean War tales, both excellent in their rendition. The first tells of Travis Watkins, a soldier that covered his buddies' escape from Communist Chinese. The artist opens the story by juxtaposing his fallen figure with a heroic portrait. Frazetta's second contribution is a one-pager with a similar scenario. His detailing is exquisite, [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Frank Frazetta, Frazetta, Travis Watkins

Mystery Tales #46 - Al Williamson art

Mystery Tales v1 #46, 1956 - A sailor stumbles upon the lost city of Atlantis, discovering a new untapped power source. The artwork is lush and sophisticated, using a painterly approach that's most evident in the oceanic settings. Al Williamson nicely contrasts this environment against futuristic, extra-terrestrial architecture. Roy Krenkel, a talented artist in his own right, does a terrific [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Al Williamson, Roy Krenkel

Comic: Michael Crichton’s Twitter

New Comic: Michael Crichton’s Twitter [Author: [email protected] (Gabe)]
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Two-Fisted Tales v2 #24 - Wally Wood reprint

Two-Fisted Tales v2 #24, 1998 - Forty years later, publisher Russ Cochran re-presents the EC war stories that became modern classics. This edition reprints Two-Fisted Tales #41, including some of the best work of Wally Wood's career. Other artists in this issue include George Evans. Cover by Jack Davis. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Wood / Two-Fisted Tales ebay   >this issue >Wood >Two-Fisted [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, EC, Jack Davis, George Evans, Ted Ignacio, Wally Wood, Russ Cochran, Home Wood Two Fisted Tales

Weird Science-Fantasy #25 - Al Williamson art & cover, Wally Wood art

Al Williamson Weird Science-Fantasy v1 #25, 1954 - A time traveling safari company takes a wealthy hunter to the dinosaur age, intent on bagging the biggest game of all. Text heavy panels fill this Ray Bradbury-written tale, yet Al Williamson's visuals come to the fore. Like his cover, the story artwork demonstrates a high level of craft, aided by Angelo Torres' inks. Wally Wood contributes a [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Science Fiction, Comics, Ray Bradbury, Atlas, EC, 1950s, Wood, Unknown, Williamson, Al Williamson, Wally Wood, Angelo Torres, Al Williamson Weird Science Fantasy

UFO and Aliens Comix #1 - Alex Toth reprint

UFO and Aliens Comix v1 #1, 1977 - Warren's collection of science fiction tales includes the classic "Daddy and the Pie". Illustrated by Alex Toth, this story first appeared in Eerie v3 #64. This is a one-shot issue. Other artists in this issue include Luis Bermejo, Leopold Sanchez, Leo Duranona, John Severin, Ramon Torrents and Martin Salvador. Cover by Kim McQuaite. Find >this issue or more > [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Alex Toth, Kim McQuaite, Aliens Comix, Martin Salvador

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