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Comics thread

Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by velocet, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. velocet

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    Comics thread

    Discussion started by velocet - Jan 12, 2005

    If any of you are interested.. Here are a few of my favourites.. Some heads you should all check out.

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    Al Columbia
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    Chris Ware

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    Jim Woodring
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    velocet - Replied Jan 12, 2005

    Those are a couple of my favourites..

    If any else of you guys are interested.. Share more images, post thoughts, recommendations, good/bad, etc...
     
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    MANOWAR - Replied Jan 13, 2005

    marc bell is dope.
     
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    fermentor666 - Replied Jan 13, 2005

    These all look a little too wacked out/artsy for me to read. It looks nice but I like a good thick story to go with my pretty pictures. Keep in mind that I am saying this without knowing what books these are from.

    Post the names of the books.
     
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    High Priest - Replied Jan 17, 2005

    I've never looked into Jim Woodring's comic's, but ive seen his pressure print portfolio and it was decent from what i could tell.
     
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    velocet - Replied Jan 18, 2005

    Jordan Crane did a short called "Coldee" and some other stuff

    Marc Bell does a regular little thing at the back of every Vice Mag issue, plus he released a series entitled Shrimpy and Paul.. Also misc. short comics

    Chris Ware pu t out a big book of his series: Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid On Earth.. which has done really well

    Jim Woodring did a big series called Frank and did another one called Jim.

    Al Columbia did a comic called the Biologic Show.

    Maybe I should've posted this stuff in the babble..
     
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    kidlogyk86 - Replied Jan 26, 2005

    jimmy corrigan is gewd. i must have read that book at least 3 times before passing it to a friend...i think ware has other books too. anybody read them? good? if you get your hands on a copy of jimmy c., check out the glossary in the back. it has these diff diagrams and "other fun stuff":

    the middle finger: a sign used to make a wish of copulation on the recipient...

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    Al Rocksalot - Replied Jan 26, 2005

    All I know is that when the Sentry took Carnage into outer space and then ripped him in half (New Avengers #2), it made me smile. :)
     
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    powered by.. - Replied Feb 9, 2005

    lets see some more pictures _ some of them are really intresting
     
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    enahs - Replied Feb 10, 2005

    check out katsuhiro otomo,the guy who does akira
     
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