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My only complaint about the last collection of Prophet was that it didn’t include any issues illustrated by Farel Dalrymple.  His 300-page epic The Wrenchies remedies that nicely.  Like Prophet, much of the story features the last humans on Earth using science and super sorcery to battle a motley assortment of monsters:



Dalrymple’s incredibly complex illustration style is on display throughout:



However, for better or worse, the story in The Wrenchies is actually far more complex than the fairly straightforward military struggle in Prophet.  Similar to Grant Morrison’s work in Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery.  As in that story, on one level, the book is about a group of heroes trying to save a man being held hostage by monsters threatening the end of the world.  But on another level, it’s about a comic book artist/junkie losing his mind.  The story is effectively told, but be forewarned, you’ll be getting much more than genetically advanced humans knifing each other.

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—   Via - If you like Prophet, you’ll like Farel Dalrymple’s post-apocalyptic adventure The Wrenchies http://ift.tt/1e95JOx (via 600poundgorilla)

Who wants to send a message to Germany?

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thebristolboard:

Three unfinished pages by George Pérez from the sadly never published original Justice League/Avengers crossover, circa 1983. “The plot of the original crossover was a time travel story involving Marvel’s Kang the Conqueror and DC’s Lord of Time. Writer/editor Roy Thomas was hired to script the book, based on [Gerry] Conway’s plot, and although work had begun on the series in 1981 (Pérez had penciled 21 pages by mid-1983) and it was scheduled for publication in May 1983, editorial disputes prevented the story from being completed.” (via)

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Everyone with a shirt ON is about to get their ass beat.

Everyone with a shirt ON is about to get their ass beat.

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blackyjunkgallery:

i’ve juste arrived at tokyo, so i didn’t have the time to really work and i’m still waiting for my desk. My current work station is cute, but not very fonctionnal. 
So today, just a little sketches.
I hope better next time fellows !

anniewu:

VENTURE BROS. Season 2 is now available to stream on Netflix.

anniewu:

VENTURE BROS. Season 2 is now available to stream on Netflix.

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evanpalmercomics:

I wanted to experiment in style and see if I could do that cool thing with flat colors and shapes that a lot of you people do that I’ve never quite been able to do. I’ve also been watching a lot of Mobile Suit Gundam, so I made this homage to my favorite pink robot: Char Aznable’s Zaku II. 
So what do you think? Like? If so, I might make a set of these (with some other mobile suits from the series) and sell them as fancy-dan prints.

evanpalmercomics:

I wanted to experiment in style and see if I could do that cool thing with flat colors and shapes that a lot of you people do that I’ve never quite been able to do. I’ve also been watching a lot of Mobile Suit Gundam, so I made this homage to my favorite pink robot: Char Aznable’s Zaku II. 

So what do you think? Like? If so, I might make a set of these (with some other mobile suits from the series) and sell them as fancy-dan prints.

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obeythepizzapolice:

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thecarlosramos:

Dear GOD MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

chappelll

!!!!

Feeling strangely positive about this.

Well they have the automotive design pretty well squared away at least. We’ll see how the final product turns out. 

what

i thought this was one of those posts of people’s cool home made post-apocalypse stuff

there’s gonna be a new mad max? awesome

At first I thought “wow, Burning Man is really stepping up its game.”

Then I saw ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ and passed out from the sudden erection.

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