Category Archives: Comics
So, after having been slightly disappointed with last week’s rendition of Lily Fowler, I went ahead and did another, this time showing her whole uniform in glorious color. This reminds me that I want to get more Prismacolor markers. And … Continue reading
So, I figured that “close-up” and “from a distance” were back-to-back because the thought was that both should be the same subject. And so… Victor “Shorter than a Speaker” Von Doom.
Okay, so day 12 is actually close-up, but Victor Von Doom (a.k.a. Dr. Doom) insisted that since he was the subject, that the day was actually Doctor Doom. And so, rather than risk torture at the hands of Doom:
This Man is About to Die Marjane Satrapi is the author of Persepolis, which made my expectations of Chicken with Plums a bit high. Happily, my expectations were met. We are treated to Satrapi’s black and white art, which always makes me think … Continue reading
Asterios Polyp is one of those comic books that pushes boundaries. I like comics like that. It is written and illustrated by David Mazzucchelli, who, I am told, “has making comics all of his life.” By reading this book, I can tell … Continue reading
I’ll start with an “I’m running late” appology, as it seems as though I am eternally running late on my writing goals. Eh. C’est la vie. This week, I’m looking at another Indie comic and it is a nice, hardcover … Continue reading