Accidental Buttering

colleendoran:

Another panel from the book I am drawing for Neil Gaiman. Featuring badgers.

And a picture of Neil Gaiman from the BBC. As a badger.

This is a coincidence.

wouldyouliketoseemymask:

me reading New 52

nemesis-black-orchid:

Desert Dragon by juliedillon
kevinwada:

Wonder Woman Flapper
HeroesCon 2014 sketch
We wanted to make sure that even as a flapper, WW had her signature physique.  It was an interesting challenge.  I definitely turned to Gucci ‘12 for inspiration.

kevinwada:

Wonder Woman Flapper

HeroesCon 2014 sketch

We wanted to make sure that even as a flapper, WW had her signature physique.  It was an interesting challenge.  I definitely turned to Gucci ‘12 for inspiration.

ungoliantschilde:

Bruce Timm’s X-Men.

georgetakei:

Don’t like or share unless you couldn’t help but read it in his voice either.

saeqimo:

mechinism:

brothasoul:

can we all just take a minute to imagine steve rogers’ face the first time he heard someone say “motherfucker” casually

image

This gets me every time

Thor’s pop-tart and Steve’s face omg

comicsalliance:

MONDO TO RELEASE ‘BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES’ MUSIC ON LIMITED EDITION VINYL
By Andy Khouri
The boutique merchandise division of the Alamo Drafthouse known for limited edition posters by some of today’s coolest illustrators, Mondo has been expanding its interests into the realm of collectible vinyl music, releasing limited editions of soundtracks for Oblivion, Gravity, Jurassic Park and other films with particularly memorable and cool scores. Mondo’s about to level up with its most ambitious music plan yet: a series of vinyl-only releases of Danny Elfman’s music from Batman: The Animated Series.
Coming to Comic-Con next week, the first selection of music will be available in no fewer than five different designs by five different artists, each with their own distinctive illustration created especially for the 7” vinyl record format. Revealed for the first time by ComicsAlliance, this fabulous Harley Quinn piece by Matt Taylor speaks right to the heart of what’s cool about this project: high style and high fidelity, with palpable affection for the material that’s made the animated series — and Elfman’s thremes in particular — so beloved even 20 years later.
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comicsalliance:

MONDO TO RELEASE ‘BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES’ MUSIC ON LIMITED EDITION VINYL

By Andy Khouri

The boutique merchandise division of the Alamo Drafthouse known for limited edition posters by some of today’s coolest illustrators, Mondo has been expanding its interests into the realm of collectible vinyl music, releasing limited editions of soundtracks for OblivionGravityJurassic Park and other films with particularly memorable and cool scores. Mondo’s about to level up with its most ambitious music plan yet: a series of vinyl-only releases of Danny Elfman’s music from Batman: The Animated Series.

Coming to Comic-Con next week, the first selection of music will be available in no fewer than five different designs by five different artists, each with their own distinctive illustration created especially for the 7” vinyl record format. Revealed for the first time by ComicsAlliance, this fabulous Harley Quinn piece by Matt Taylor speaks right to the heart of what’s cool about this project: high style and high fidelity, with palpable affection for the material that’s made the animated series — and Elfman’s thremes in particular — so beloved even 20 years later.

READ MORE

dcjosh:

Batman v. Bane : Batman of Shanghai

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bomamba:

I HAD to jump on this bandwagon with my two little ghosties.

bomamba:

I HAD to jump on this bandwagon with my two little ghosties.

duss005:

our next project just announced! http://shelf-life.ew.com/2014/07/23/image-comics-descender/
victoriousvocabulary:

INVENIO
[verb]
1. I find.
2. I discover.
3. I come upon.
Etymology: from Latin inveniō, from in + veniō, “come”.
[Martin Wittfooth]

victoriousvocabulary:

INVENIO

[verb]

1. I find.

2. I discover.

3. I come upon.

Etymology: from Latin inveniō, from in + veniō, “come”.

[Martin Wittfooth]