Look at Antoine Cosse’s comics and drawings over on his blog like this drawing and sketchbook comic.
You’ve got to get into the Thomas Wellmann comics. Not pictured here, Pimo and Rex is a super adventure about Pimo and Rex riding through the woods, Rex announcing his engagement to Leopold, having a magic scroll, drinking, sleeping, meeting this cool nude muse lady, fighting, having tea, writing a great novel, running from a librarian and even more after that. Above is some variety stuff from Thomas, including some postcards and the mini AUTUMN comic, of which you can see more of on his website and lots more on his blog.
Richard Short is offering original Klaus comics art for sale. These and more are currently available, click over to his blog to get your mitts on ‘em.
Check out this super collection of Richard Corben-centric comics and art over on Fantagor. Especially the freaky ’70s Corben.
Check out these two comics from Annie Mok that I got at the Locust Moon Fest, Screentests and Blue Blue Blues. These are cool because the Blue one is 2″ square and is printed on extra space left over on the sheet of paper that Screentests is printed on (see here). We did that with Meathaus #7 I think because we were like, hey dudes let’s make the comic book SQUARE, which of course was weird and non-standard and a pain in the ass. But anyway it produced this extra space and we printed the Beef Apartment zine cover on the extra area. Shoot, I wonder if that means we wasted all the interior page area. Anyway Annie’s comics are personal and look real nice. Screentests is about learning about Candy Darling through interviews and a visit to the Andy Warhol museum (plus one more story), and Blue Blue Blues has Sonic bummed about his cousin’s death and ruminations about existence. You can see more and buy these from Annie at her website.
Guys I’m learning so much in my new copy of Popeye Business all this information is coming out of his weird shaded flesh hole in his face.