Those were the innocent ignorant times when children were held to be grown-ups and were presented with impudent views on foreigners. As Goofy introduces Mickey Mouse to Amphetamine he becomes enterprising […]
Now, of what use is a fable? A fable that set words aside and altogether surrenders itself to pictures.
As this blog’s name suggests and stands for, you can handle the very same issue adversatively: sinister and pink. Such is with terrifying Alzheimer.
Bud Spencer alias Commissario Manuele Rizzo says „The deeper one falls the higher the purpose.“
Can chaos be depicted?
It’s been quite a while silent on Wednesday’s comic day. So these nearly two months of silence are going to be interrupted today, or hopefully the silence was an interruption until today.
Aya is a fictional character of a comic book series of the same title. She’s a teenager living in Ivory Coast. In this series of graphic novels we meet her […]
Two weeks have passed since I last shared with you some examples of comic art. So now it’s time to present some new beautiful, funny, challenging stuff.
Oh man, times flies! It’s already two weeks ago since I last posted various examples of comics art.
Fortunately, after a long break Nicolas Gurewitch picked up The Perry Bible Fellowship again.
A month ago I shared with you miscellaneous examples of comics I hold esteem. Today I want to share with you more examples. I came to know them the last […]
Why is black humour funny? I cannot answer this question. Rather I try to describe some of the black humour experience and show ways of its justification.
America’s got the Western, Italy its crazy excess in form of the great Spaghetti Western, Germany can, at least, call the romantic books and films about Winnetou and his blood […]
The last two weeks were full of interesting online comics, drawn as well as animated. 🙂 There are funny and beautifully drawn among them. via http://www.dilbert.com via http://www.wulffmorgenthaler.com via http://www.jorgeilustra.com/, […]
It’s seems Robert Lovely had a brief spell as Days of Thunder. Too bad! Really, what a pity. His humorous comic illustrations are quiet and gentle, though they don’t lack […]
Some days ago I found a very brilliantly drawn and deliciously entertaining comic strip by Japanese draftsman Yusuke Murata alias Eyeshield 21. What makes that strip that fascinating is its […]