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Donald Duck #45 - Carl Barks art

Walt Disney's Donald Duck v1 #45, 1956 - After a decade of full-length Donald Duck features, Carl Barks does his first short story for this title. Donald Duck's new job as a dogcatcher goes awry, especially when he crosses paths with an ongoing foxhunt. One particular scene cleverly uses repetitive panels (see interior page below), that nearly mimic animation. Despite only six pages, Barks' [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Donald Duck, Walt Disney, Unknown, Carl Barks

Tarzan #79 - Russ Manning art

Tarzan v1 #79, 1956 - Aba-Zulu is attacked by the armies of the witch doctor Nagopa, just as Dan-El and Natongo return from their long absence. Russ Manning continues to hone his visual storytelling skills. Details abound, but overall pacing and page compositions seem hurried. Other artists in this Dell golden age adventure comic include Jesse Marsh. This is number 41 of 133 Tarzan issues with [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Dell, Russ Manning, Ted Ignacio, Dan El, Jesse Marsh, Natongo, Nagopa, Aba Zulu

Linda Holmes reviews 'The Old Guard'

'The Old Guard' Is A Smart Blend Of Action And Emotion Linda Holmes NPR Pop Culture Happy Hour July 10, 2020 ...
Tags: Comics, Netflix, Linda Holmes, Mike Rhode, Marwan Kenzari, KiKi Layne Luca Marinelli Charlie Theron

The history of the Boondocks, starting at the U of Maryland

The untold truth of The Boondocks By Brian Boone Looper July 9, 2020 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Astonishing Tales #19 - Jim Starlin art

Astonishing Tales v1 #19 featuring Ka-Zar, 1973 - The issue's opening credits list Dan Adkins and Jack Abel as story artists, yet some comic book guides also make an attribution to Jim Starlin. While his style is not evident on the first several pages, it becomes clearer on the last six or so pages. The layouts and panel sequences alone are indicative of his work, especially the multi-figured [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Jim Starlin, Dan Adkins, Jack Abel

Non-fiction - genre checklist

Non-fiction genre series on Pencil Ink: Cadet Gray of West Point FBI Story Heroic Comics Jew Gangster Lennon Sisters Real Life Comics World Around Us - - - - - - - - - - Home / Genres [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Gary Larson quietly brings back 'The Far Side' after 25 years away

Quirky comic institution The Far Side has very quietly returned as a full color irregular online series. Nerds, cows, bears, cavemen, Boy Scouts, old ladies, and aliens are back to the old drawing board, which creator Gary Larson notes is now digitized: I don’t want to mislead anyone here. This corner of the website—“New Stuff”—is not a resurrection of The Far Side daily cartoons. (Well, not exactly, anyway—like the proverbial tiger and its stripes, I’m pretty much stuck with my sense of humor...
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Matt Reeves & Terence Winter Making HBO Max Gotham City Police Series

Matt Reeves & Terence Winter making HBO Max Gotham City Police series Fans may still have over a year to wait until he delivers his highly-anticipated Robert Pattinson-starring reboot, Matt Reeves is already planning to expand his world of The Batman with a series focused on the Gotham City Police Department at HBO Max in association with Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter! RELATED: Matt Reeves Rumored To Be Introducing a New Joker in The Batman Trilogy PB ...
Tags: Comics, TV, Movies, Gotham, Idaho, Robert Pattinson, Oscar, Boardwalk Empire, TV News, Streaming, Gotham City, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Terry, Wolf Of Wall Street

Keith Knight’s TV Show Has Release Date, Trailer

There’s going to be a TV show based on the life and work of cartoonist Keith Knight, whose cartoons I’ve admired for a long time. His best work, imo, is The K Chronicles but he also had a more traditional newspaper comic strip, The Knight Life, and the editorial-style (th)ink. Woke stars Lamorne Morris (New Girl) as Keef, a cartoonist whose worldview is changed (he starts seeing things talk to him) after a racist police encounter. It will have eight [...]
Tags: Comics, TV News, Keef, KEITH KNIGHT

Harvey - publisher checklist

Harvey Comics 1941-86 Alarming Adventures Alarming Tales Black Cat Black Cat Mystery Blast Off Captain 3-D Double-Dare Adventures Fighting American First Love Illustrated First Romance Hi-School Romance Race for the Moon Romance Stories of True Love Spyman Thrill-O-Rama True Bride-To-Be Romances True Love Problems and Advice Illustrated Unearthly Spectaculars Warfront All Harvey comics [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Avon - publisher checklist

Avon Comics 1941-56 An Earth Man On Venus Attack on Planet Mars Captain Science Chief Victorio's Apache Massacre Dark Mysteries Eerie Eerie Comics Mask of Dr. Fu Manchu Out of This World Police Lineup Prison Break Prison Riot Saint Sparkling Love Space Detective Strange Worlds Witchcraft With the US Paratroops All Avon comics more on Wikipedia - - - - - - - - - - Home / Publishers [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, US, Publishers, Ted Ignacio, Fu Manchu, Wikipedia Home Publishers

News Post: F1 2020

Gabe: Since Tycho is still out of town, I’ll be handling the Friday afternoon stream solo. I’ll be checking out the new “My Team” mode in F1 2020 from 2-4pt over on Twitch. I have not investigated this mode yet but from what I understand it’s a mode that allows you to create a brand new F1 team and race alongside the real teams like Mercedes and Ferrari. Just like Motorsport Manager, we will be designing a team, handling staff, upgrading our facilities and managing the cash flow. Unlike Motorspo...
Tags: Comics, Mercedes, Tycho, Gabe

Brave and the Bold #6 - Joe Kubert art

Brave and the Bold v1 #6, 1956 - No Viking Prince tale in this issue, as Joe Kubert illustrates the Robin Hood feature instead. Unlike the cover portrait, his version is closer to actor Errol Flynn. Varied layouts are interspersed with large spacious panels. However unlikely the scenario, Kubert's bird's eye view on the opening splash sets an enthusiastic tone for the subsequent pages. This [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Errol Flynn, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert

News Post: Warband

Tycho: In my ongoing efforts to understand what in the fuck streamers are talking about, I occasionally disappear down this or that rabbit hole regarding auto aim or crossplay or bots or some other thing in Fortnite. I tend to emerge from these rhetorical thickets dumber than I was when I climbed in. So I don't know exactly what Gabriel is experiencing in the Switch fork of Fortnite, and it might not matter very much, but there's a case to be made that purely as a user experience BR ga...
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Comic: Warband

New Comic: Warband [Author: [email protected] (Tycho)]
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strip for July / 10 / 2020 - That Counts as a Day

That Counts as a Day Jump to a Random Strip in the Archives! | Buy This Original Art | Archives | E-mail Dave
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Hamster Ball 2

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Savage Tales #4 / Conan - Neal Adams art & cover, Barry Windsor Smith art & reprint

Neal Adams Savage Tales v1 #4 featuring Conan the Barbarian, 1974 - An outstanding painted cover by Neal Adams opens this issue, immediately followed by pencil portrait of Conan on the inside contents page. The lead feature tells of Conan's early love, a young woman forcibly kidnapped from his tribe. Gil Kane's pencils are finished off by several inkers, but Adams is the most dominant and [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Conan, Unknown, Adams, Neal Adams, Barry Windsor Smith, Gil Kane, Conan Neal Adams

Editorial Cartoon by Steve Artley

Recent Cartoon on the SCOTUS decision regarding POTUS' tax returns  (click on Image for larger view) "Themis for the Plebeians" ©2020 Steven G Artley • artleytoons • all rights reserved [Author: artleytoons]
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Toot Toot

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What's in a name? Cartoonist, creator, comics artist...?

EPISODE SUMMARY Today's show is brought to you by Wacom — makers of the incredible Wacom One! This week, Dave and Brad discuss what we should call ourselves — cartoonist, creator, comics artist, or what? EPISODE NOTES Today's show is brought to you by Wacom — makers of the incredible Wacom One! This week, Dave and Brad discuss what we should call ourselves — cartoonist, creator, comics artist, or what? Questions asked and topics covered... What do you cal...
Tags: Post, Comics, Dave, Wacom, Sheldon, Brad, Brad Guigar, Dave Kellett, Evil Inc, ComicLab Community on Patreon

DC Poster Portfolio : Joshua Middleton Art Book Review

Joshua Middleton is an Eisner Award-nominated artist known for his work on Batman, Aquaman, Batgirl and more. This giant sized poster book collects 20 pieces of his art work featuring iconic characters from DC universe like Superman, Wonderwoman, Harlequin, Batgirl and more. The reproductions of the art work are huge and beautifully printed, and the binding allows for the pages to detached fairly easily from the book to be displayed as pin-ups. The close-up portrait illustra...
Tags: Comics, Book Reviews, Superman, Dc Comics, Illustration, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Anime, Batman, Dc, Posters, Mark Schultz, Art Book Review, Manga/comics, Amazon De, Vampirella

Giant-size X-men #1 - 1st bronze age X-men (key)

Giant-size X-men #1, 1975 - With his teammates captured on a remote island, Cyclops and Professor X gathers heroes for a new team to rescue them. The recruits include Sunfire, Banshee and Wolverine and some newly introduced characters: Storm, Colossus, Nightcrawler and Thunderbird. Regular members Angel, Iceman, Beast, Marvel Girl, Havok and Polaris also make appearances. Many of Marvel's [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Havok, Wolverine, Polaris, Ted Ignacio, Sunfire Banshee


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PR: Announcing Dead Reckoning Fall 2020 Titles

Dead Reckoning announces three new graphic novels in Fall 2020 . FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Great Naval Battles of the Twentieth Century: Tsushima, Jutland, Midway By Jean-Yves Delitte and Giuseppe Baiguera In the history of civilizations, sea power has always played a preponderant role. This symbol of a nation’s scientific and military genius has very often been the deciding factor during major conflicts, putting the names of several clashe...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Navy, France, Nazis, Spain, Atlas, Netflix, World War Ii, Marvel Comics, Jack Kirby, Pedro, Michael, Concentration Camp, Colombo, Mauthausen

News Post: Deepfakes

Tycho: Fallout might be the perfect setting to grab if you wanted to make something that could truly cross over into the world where normal people lurk and throb.  The overarching framework - a war of annihilation with China, an attenuated cultural inheritance everyone understands at cross purposes, and a tangle of subterranean nests running cultural experiments - has real fucking meat.  I understand some of the scorpions are also quite large, so there’s really something for everybody here.  Plu...
Tags: Comics, China, Tycho

Politics and Prose sessions with Tom Angleberger, Breena Bard, Maria Scrivan, and Rob Harrell

I watched both of these live, and bought most of the books. I've read Harrell's Wink so far and it's excellent. Graphix Panel - Tom Angleberger, Breena Bard, and Maria ScrivanJoin us for an afternoon with three graphic novelists as they discuss their delightful new releases. Each artist will share their art onscreen or do a live drawing demonstration. In the first graphic novel starring the world-famous mystery-solving mouse, Geronimo Stilton tries to uncover the source of a terrib...
Tags: Comics, Ross, Harrell, Geronimo Stilton, Mike Rhode, Tom Angleberger, Graphic Medicine, Politics and Prose bookstore, Tom Angleberger Breena Bard, Maria Scrivan, New Mouse City Self, Rob Harrell, Breena Bard, Tom Angleberger Breena Bard Maria Scrivan, Maria ScrivanJoin, Rob Harrell Wink Ross Maloy