I just saw this listed on eBay and I looked at the cover closer and Captain America’s teeth are like this and I just…

I just saw this listed on eBay and I looked at the cover closer and Captain America’s teeth are like this and I just…


cryptofwrestling:

Grandpa’s Ghost Stories by James Flora
(1978) Jim Flora at his finest.

I wish this book was in print. It’s one of the greatest horror themed children’s books ever. Copies on eBay go for crazy high prices ($40-150) and I’m surprised no one has stepped up to publish a new edition of it.

cryptofwrestling:

Grandpa’s Ghost Stories by James Flora

(1978) Jim Flora at his finest.

I wish this book was in print. It’s one of the greatest horror themed children’s books ever. Copies on eBay go for crazy high prices ($40-150) and I’m surprised no one has stepped up to publish a new edition of it.


jackdavisfoundation:

The Jack Davis Foundation Frankenstein t-shirts are here!

These t-shirts will be available at our table in the Comic & Pop Artist Alley of this weekend’s DragonCon show. Come by our table to find out more about our foundation, along with signed books and other exclusive items. This four day comic show runs from August 29th through September 1st, 2014. Visit their website for more information!


bigdealcomics:

I drew the stupidest comic ever way back in December, 2001. It originally ran in the first FLUKE comics anthology, which is pretty much as out-of-print as you can get (I think less than a hundred hand-made copies were assembled). So, here it is for the world to see. 

bigdealcomics:

I drew the stupidest comic ever way back in December, 2001. It originally ran in the first FLUKE comics anthology, which is pretty much as out-of-print as you can get (I think less than a hundred hand-made copies were assembled). So, here it is for the world to see. 


A last minute Sunday evening trip to Goodwill yielded SIX Jim Thompson novels. The only other Jim Thompson book I’ve ever run across in a thrift store has been a copy of Ironside, which I put back because it was missing the last couple of pages. I was pretty glad to find these in a sea of mediocre mystery paperbacks. So, yeah. I have my autumn reading set out for me.

A last minute Sunday evening trip to Goodwill yielded SIX Jim Thompson novels. The only other Jim Thompson book I’ve ever run across in a thrift store has been a copy of Ironside, which I put back because it was missing the last couple of pages. I was pretty glad to find these in a sea of mediocre mystery paperbacks. 
So, yeah. I have my autumn reading set out for me.



KING BLOOD

richtommaso:

KING BLOOD #0 Recoil official announcement: RECOIL image

More Dracula for you!


lisahanawalt:

P.S. The brilliant Dan Cassaro had a much more eloquent response to this stupid email. 

This is the hardest I have laughed in months.

lisahanawalt:

P.S. The brilliant Dan Cassaro had a much more eloquent response to this stupid email

This is the hardest I have laughed in months.

(via comicsreporter)


bigdealcomics:

I did the cover for this year’s Flagpole Guide to Athens. Be on the lookout for it around town. 

bigdealcomics:

I did the cover for this year’s Flagpole Guide to Athens. Be on the lookout for it around town. 


bigdealcomics:

It occurred to me when I was pencilling this comic, the question about wanting to desire or be desired was asked by Eleanor Davis on Twitter awhile back. I’m glad to see it made it back to my subconscious many moons later. The flooded mall part probably came from thinking about Riverbend Mall in Rome, Georgia, where I grew up. It flooded in 1990 and snakes where rumored to be found hiding in the sleeves of jackets long after the water had receded. 

bigdealcomics:

It occurred to me when I was pencilling this comic, the question about wanting to desire or be desired was asked by Eleanor Davis on Twitter awhile back. I’m glad to see it made it back to my subconscious many moons later. The flooded mall part probably came from thinking about Riverbend Mall in Rome, Georgia, where I grew up. It flooded in 1990 and snakes where rumored to be found hiding in the sleeves of jackets long after the water had receded.