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Spawn enjoyed considerable popularity upon its initial release in the 1990s. Comic book collecting was enjoying a marked upswing at the time, fueled by the… 216 more words


Comic Book Review: Lesbian Zombies From Outer Space: Issue #2

Hold onto your crotches.  Don’t succumb to the charms of horny extraterrestrial bimbos in schoolgirl uniforms – no matter how hot they may look.  ”Lesbian Zombies From Outer Space”  306 more words


475: designing shoes

I like fashion, but I hate shoes. And shoe shopping. I’m excessively picky and it’s hard to find my size. So, if you ever want to see my at my most television-gay judgmental, just take me shoe shopping.

Last of the SandWalkers, by Jay Hosler - book review by Fred Patten.

Submitted by Fred Patten, Furry’s favorite historian and reviewer.  

Last of the SandWalkers, by Jay Hosler. Illustrated by the author.
NYC, First Second, April 2015, trade paperback $16.99 ( 312 pages), Kindle $9.99. 870 more words


Chris King

Yorkshire based artist Chris King takes his inspiration for his illustration mainly from comic books, everything from The Beano to Akira. Ffilm is also a major influence in King’s work, trying to tell a story through his artwork .Chris’ figurative style is influenced by comics, but applied in all kinds of contexts from editorial through to advertising and online. 41 more words