royalboiler:

spaceleech:

8 Beat Gag. It’s a gag manga about 80’s musicians like Boy George, Wham!, Dio, Iron Maiden, Duran Duran, etc…
I bought this because Brandon Graham tweeted about it. My life is spiraling out of control.

I’m glad you got this. That cover is so cool

royalboiler:

spaceleech:

8 Beat Gag. It’s a gag manga about 80’s musicians like Boy George, Wham!, Dio, Iron Maiden, Duran Duran, etc…

I bought this because Brandon Graham tweeted about it. My life is spiraling out of control.

I’m glad you got this. That cover is so cool

zegas:

Copra Compendium 3 to debut at CAB this Saturday, November 9th.
A thickness like no other, 80 pages. 

zegas:

Copra Compendium 3 to debut at CAB this Saturday, November 9th.

A thickness like no other, 80 pages. 

film-dot-com:

China: 1. (Dark) World: 0. 

(Source: truthandmovies, via twiststreet)

adamwarrencomics:

supervillain:

THE RAID 2 BERANDAL AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

And might I add: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

supervillain:

supervillain:

seanwitzke:
HEY EVERYBODY, this week on the Travis Bickle on the Riviera movie podcast, we celebrate the only holiday that matters by celebrating the greatest director who ever lived. Tucker Stone and I welcome special guests Morgan Jeske, Sloane Leong, James Stokoe, Brandon Graham, Marley Zarcone, John Keogh, Nina Stone, Katie Witzke, David Brothers, and Jared Lewis to talk about their favorite Carpenter films for an over 3 hour megacast, featuring 8 interviews, 20 pieces of Carpenter’s music, and other assorted shiz (there’s a short essay and a ton of links in the show notes). I went overboard on this one, but it’s Halloween, so why not?
Plz check it out, spread the word, and happy Halloween.

You may not have seen this because I put it up Halloween night, but TELL THE WORLD, TELL EVERYONE, this is the greatest podcast I’ve ever worked on and you need to hear it.

supervillain:

supervillain:

seanwitzke:

HEY EVERYBODY, this week on the Travis Bickle on the Riviera movie podcast, we celebrate the only holiday that matters by celebrating the greatest director who ever lived. Tucker Stone and I welcome special guests Morgan Jeske, Sloane Leong, James Stokoe, Brandon Graham, Marley Zarcone, John Keogh, Nina Stone, Katie Witzke, David Brothers, and Jared Lewis to talk about their favorite Carpenter films for an over 3 hour megacast, featuring 8 interviews, 20 pieces of Carpenter’s music, and other assorted shiz (there’s a short essay and a ton of links in the show notes). I went overboard on this one, but it’s Halloween, so why not?

Plz check it out, spread the word, and happy Halloween.

You may not have seen this because I put it up Halloween night, but TELL THE WORLD, TELL EVERYONE, this is the greatest podcast I’ve ever worked on and you need to hear it.

kidsinthehallpics:

Simon eats soup in fit of rage

kidsinthehallpics:

Simon eats soup in fit of rage

(via kidsinthehallpics)

snubpollard:

(Rice Shoulder, Tsuyoshi Nakaima)

The Big Clock (1948)

The AFI just ended their annual Noir City retrospective last night.  I was able to catch eleven of the films this year (it wasn’t enough, it’s never enough) and my favorite of the bunch was The Big Clock.  It’s pitch-perfect noir: funny, snappy dialogue, expressionist set pieces, cinematography by John Seitz (who also shot Double Indemnity and Sunset Boulevard among many others)… this is great stuff.  Charles Laughton’s villainous publishing magnate is clearly sleeping with his scarred henchman George MacCready.  Laughton’s real-life wife Elsa Lanchester plays a surrealist artist who gets all of the best lines.  A young Harry Morgan sneaks in as a gun thug who also works as a masseuse on the side.  (Or maybe it’s the other way around?)  This is a noir film for people who think that they don’t like noir.

dharbin:

NO-FACE. An “Hour Drawing,” one of a series of commissions taking at least an hour, usually 2 or more, to do. When time allows they’re available to buy here, and you can see the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “No-face.”

dharbin:

NO-FACE. An “Hour Drawing,” one of a series of commissions taking at least an hour, usually 2 or more, to do. When time allows they’re available to buy here, and you can see the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “No-face.”

sunsetgun:

Order this now before Amazon actually realizes they’re offering this great series at an 86 percent discount. Less than a parking ticket!

sunsetgun:

Order this now before Amazon actually realizes they’re offering this great series at an 86 percent discount. Less than a parking ticket!