Somehow My original post was deleted?! So I am hurriedly replacing it now.
The character: CAPTAIN BATTLE!
BONUS- Here’s a classic page from his first adventure courtesy of my PDSH friends at the
Amazing Golden Age Heroes Blog:
I go to Diversions of the Groovy Kind allot- so should you. Why? Because you discover obscure digital finds like the one below the fold in the handy pdf viewer. The Comic Book Guide for the Artist-Writer-Letterer, a pamphlet comic format book on making comics published by Charlton Comics in 1974 was for kids of the early 70’s the only way to get down with how pros made comic art. Predating How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way by 4 years, TCBCFTAWL concisely made clear all the basic techniques for the amateur artist. Thanks to Cartoon Snap! Blog for making the PDF download. Read on your ipad or desktop or print it out and learn.
Random newness- feeling the winter seasonal farklempt. Not much to say except gotta keep at the drawing.
originally posted by comicadmin on the comicarchive.com
“… a compilation video of timelapse photography of [comic book] artists working. Jill Thompson paints a page of Magic Trixie, Bill Reinhold inks a page of Batman and Doug Klauba paints a Phantom cover. …”
via Spidey1955 on youtube
Found on the CARTOON BREW blog: JANUARY 19 IN NYC: Lisa T Retrospective
This week’s issue of The New Yorker features a cover illustration by Barry Blitt of Spider-Men recovering in the hospital, a reference to the Broadway musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” which has been plagued with performer injuries.
“This video features the new ASIA minigod designer vinyl speaker
by Marka27. The sound in this video is coming directly form the
speaker. The Asia minigod is a desktop speaker compatible with
mp3 players, and anything with a minijack connection.”
Also from the TOYSREVIL Blog:
“Been a while since we’ve seen Minigod-action or releases from Victor Marka Quiñonez aka Marka27 (last one featured being the MG3 Japan Ninja Minigod in February). And now comes the news of the upcoming Full Size Buddha-themed 15-incher ASIA MINIGOD (US$160), along with his 5.5 inch sidekick THE MINI-ASIA MINIGOD (US$40)! Produced by BIC Plastics and scheduled for a December 2010-release, CLICK THRU for more images, product-info and another demo-video of the figure’s sound capabilities!…”