|Ebay Excursions: Pulp Art|
|Written by Jacob Covey | Filed under miscellany||12 Apr 2008 6:33 PM|
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The most official looking costume was, of course, the manga version of the Turtles. ...or is that the new "Fast Forward" version? Whatever.
Jeet Heer has a short look at the Underappreciated and Essential Francoise Mouly, primarily her influence as an editor from Raw to the New Yorker which is about the most badass resume a person could ever hope for.
Just learned that there's an art gallery operating in my neighborhood of Ballard here in Seattle. The Wonderful Union has a show of locals Don and Ryan Clark's work opening on Saturday, the 12th.
The record breaking Ninja Turtles event. What else were you doing Thursday?
TONTO KIDD archives some great old illustrators on his Flickr page. He's Italian so a lot of the work is foreign (and new to me). Unfortunately he doesn't have any sets organized so you just have to flip through and see what you find.
The average-joe quality of these Spidey images kills me...
UPDATE: Tonto-Kidd (Enrico) tells me that he had a Flickr account with over 1,500 images archived before something happened and it was lost. So this is probably a good page to bookmark for more great stuff in the future.
How does McNulty find time to read in between police work, boozing, and whoring? See more cool pics at the Atomic Books Flickr page, including a Bunny Colvin cameo for you fellow Wire-lovers.
Dr. Pepper is giving away a can of pop to everyone in the world when Guns 'N' Roses releases Chinese Democracy this year. In similar news, Fantagraphics will give away copies of The Book on the Edge of Forever to anyone who asks upon the release of Last Dangerous Visions in 2008.