1. francavillarts:

    AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981)
    Ink/Inkwash on 9x12 bristol board ~ Art by Francesco Francavilla

    Doing this one-a-day-all-month-long horror art thing in October leading to Halloween :)

    Day 21 of FFFear features a recent CLASSIC of Horror film, directed by John Landis: AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. :)
    LOVE LOVE LOVE this movie!

    Cheers,
    FF

     

  2. Double Page Spread ep 97- Linnea Quigley and Jim Wynorski


    Linnea Quigley has made a name for herself in over 150 movies as America’s scream queen. She’s been bad girls, zombies, victims and predators in films such as “Return of the Living Dead” and “Night of the Demons”. Wendi gets to talk briefly to her horror girlcrush and learns about the sisterhood of scream queens. Recently Linnea had some tremendous damage to her roof and needs some help through crowdsourcing. Go check out her cause at http://www.gofundme.com/8tvf3o.

    Director Jim Wynorski first broke with the 80s terrorizing robots in “Chopping Mall”. Since then he’s made over 12 creature features on SyFy (“Camel Spiders”, Dinocroc vs. Supergator”) and many Cinemax soft core porn parody films like “The Bare Wench Project”, “CleavageField”, “The Hills have Thighs”. He enlightens Wendi on shooting films quickly and under budget, giving Traci Lords her first non-porn role, and the joys of women in prison movies. The man who gave us “Vampirella” and “Return of Swamp Thing” also gives the best answer about what comic book movie he’d really like to make.

     

  3. Double Page Spread ep 96- Jeremy Dale

    Action Lab Comics is leading the way in quality all ages books, and certainly at the forefront is Jeremy Dale’s “Skyward”. Writer/artist Dale talks to Wendi about this coming of age tale about a boy and his dog dealing with issues of war and death. They discuss fantasy world building, his work on GI Joe and what that fandom is like, predicting the future through NFL comics and one of the greatest commission stories ever!

    Brought to you by DCBS, where you can get a bundle of all the Darwyn Cooke DC variants for only $42.77. Also check out the Absolute edition of Transmetropolitan vol. 1, half off at $62.50 www.dcbservice.com

    As well as Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab. During the month of October they feature some limited bath oils in scents like pumpkin cheesecake and pumpkin s’mores. www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com

     
  4. tommm9:

    Promo catwoman Nycc 2014 by TomKellyART
    Here a quick reminder i will be at New york comic con OCT9-12th (next week ) so if your in the area stop on over and say hi to me.

     
  5. "The television screen is the retina of the mind’s eye. Therefore, the television screen is part of the physical structure of the brain. Therefore, whatever appears on the television screen emerges as raw experience for those who watch it. Therefore, television is reality, and reality is less than television." - Videodrome (1983)

    This is my favorite movie.

    (Source: scumsberg, via zombivish)

     

  6. Double Page Spread 95- Dave and Denise Dorman

    Last week there was outrage over a post made by Denise Dorman on her blog, comicbookwife.com. The wife of reknowned sci fi cover artist Dave Dorman (Star Wars, GI Joe, Alien, Predator), frankly discussed the issues affecting artists at conventions recently and how the changing demographics are decreasing sales. Denise and Dave were kind enough to join Wendi in an open dialogue of how the industry is changing and what artists and fans can do together to keep commerce alive and our interests relevant.

    Brought to you by Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, presenting their annual Halloween and pumpkin essential oils and perfumes at www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com

    As well as DCBS, the Discount Comic Book Service, providing 50% off pre orders on Marvel and DC trades, as well as 5% off your physical order when you use the buttons on their site to order digital comics.

     

  7. Double Page Spread ep 94- Peter Bagge


    Peter Bagge has one of the most legendary styles in indie comics history. His Buddy Bradley and “Hate” comics were a pivotal part of 90s Seattle underground culture and his work still shows up in a diverse array of places, from DC and Marvel to Mad magazine and political journals. He discusses overcoming the “slacker” and grunge stigma, engages in an extensive discussion of Zora Neale Hurston and race relations in light of Ferguson, and where he gets treated better- indie art shows or Wizard World. It’s a funny conversation with many enlightening moments.

    Brought to you by DCBS, the Discount Comic Book Service, where it is Vertigo month which means half off all the bundles of new titles and upcoming Vertigo trades!

    And check out King Bone Press- preorder now for their fall release titles. Only $5 for 3 excellent digital releases of excellent titles like Bulletproof Chicken and Hellbillies!

    As well as Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, offering a line of autumnal scents as well as hair gloss and bath oils.

     
  8. jimzub:

    ungoliantschilde:

    Marvel by Moebius.

    A great artist can take a classic design and make it their own while keeping the essence intact. Moebius was definitely one of the greats.

    (via davescheidt)

     
  9. tommm9:

    Riot Fest custom Piece by TomKellyART
    Hey if you folks are going to Riot fest this weekend in Chicago be sure and check out this bad boy. This is a 4 foot by 8 foot custom painted piece on cardboard. From left to right the performers are the Wu Tang clan, Rick Nielsen, Marky Ramone, Gwar, Die Antwoord and Andrew WK. I did this custom piece of Pop art for the Chicago Coalition for the homeless and it will be up for silent action along with tons of cool cool rock music gear from the bands and artists. Here is a link the the Charities blog http://cchriotfest.tumblr.com/

     

  10. Double Page Spread ep 93- Dave Wachter

    "Guns of Shadow Valley", the western comic with a tremendously successful kickstarter campaign, has finally seen publishing through Dark Horse Comics in a gorgeous hardcover edition. Artist Dave Wachter talks to Wendi about westerns and the mixing of multiple genres, as well as debating if Star Wars is really sci fi. Also available is his current miniseries from IDW, "Godzilla: Cataclysm", so we discuss the Godzilla fandom, favorite eras of kaiju, the difficulties in drawing giant monsters and so much more!

    Brought to you by DCBS, the Discount Comic Book Service, where you can preorder “Godzilla: Cataclysm” for 50% off! www.dcbservice.com

    As well as Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, offering a line of peach and Georgia related essential oil fragrances during a limited time to celebrate Dragon*Con! www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com

    And check out King Bone Press- preorder now for their fall release titles. Only $5 for 3 excellent digital releases of excellent titles like Bulletproof Chicken and Hellbillies! www.kingbonepress.storeenvy.com