Emile Bravo is a big critic of comics that lack realism so he likes to poke fun at the classics
"Well okay, fine, you’re great and all, but with kids these days you have to talk to them about things that are… I dunno… a lot more concrete! For example, what’s your real name? Is it Martin?"
"Hey, stop Émile! Leave him alone! You’re making us look bad."
"No, wait. Who is this guy?"
yeah I’m not sure why it never occurred to me that Tintin could be a pet name for Martin but now I’m just reveling in the idea
It ain’t always soopaheroes.
I got tickets to see Foley on Sunday, I might bring the original a’this to give him, except I imagine he probably gets inundated with this stuff.
Anonymous asked: How old is too old for someone with no artistic experience whatsoever to start making comics (that are actually worth a fuck)?
I don’t see any reason why anyone at any point in their lives couldn’t start making comics. We could use a comic book Grandma Moses. (who started paining in her 70’s)
It’s Slick Rick’s birthday. Pay homage, crumbs.
"I don’t know, Bill. We’re not exactly Duran Duran."
Truer words, Dusty. Truer words.
ROCK ‘N’ ROLL COMICS #25
1991 Revolutionary Comics
Jay Allen Sanford writer, Stuart Immonen art
In which the same man who drew Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. illustrates ZZ Top.