Meathaus got a package with VORTEX #4 in it and a note written inside in spooky penmanship from William Cardini:
Here’s the final ish of VORTEX! It completes my first graphic novel. I’m looking into releasing a collected edition eventually. Keep up the bodacious blogging! –Will”
Will do, Will. Will do. Thanks for the VORTEX conclusion in which the Miizzzard has to kick that long guy’s ass in the control device in order to free the vortex. But at what cost? Also check out previous letters from Cardini.
Soxx threw another trash day today, it’s already over, but we can still enjoy these videos.
Check it out, Farel is interviewed over on the the LA Times website and The Wrenchies cover and new sample pages are there too.
Take less than ten minutes of your day to watch this video, EAGER by Allison Schulnik who previously animated this MOUND. Your best bet is go to the Vimeo page and stream it from there so you get full screen HD eye-coverage. The cinematography is by Helder K. Sun and the swell music is by Aaron M. Olson. Here is the video embedded up in here:
Look at Antoine Cosse’s comics and drawings over on his blog like this drawing and sketchbook comic.
Dig into this funny Rebecca Crompton work on her website, Flickr and Tumblr.
Dig this cool illustration from the book Maa’dat al Qit, plus a colorful goat. Both from the SOORAH blog which has a nice collection of Arabic language children’s book scans.
Michael Olivo sent Meathaus this massive package with all of these super books in it. I can’t find a letter in there but let the books do the talking. And go look at Michael’s blog and website and Flickr. There is Set Sail For Rocks, and there is Michael’s store where you can buy a bundle of comics all at once which will probably be similar to this load, but maybe different? Or they are individually for sale too. There is DCXXXL, DCXXXL.2, SWARM! and more things! See more things on his website. Oh I found the letter on the back of the orange post-it note:
“Dear MH, It’s a grey leg bone. M”
Thanks Michael for all the books and the note and cool post-it note artwork, stickers and postcard.
Andreas Johansen sent Meathaus these cool packs of Galaxy Brawlers cards in striped envelopes all the way from Tromsø, in the Norwegian portion of the Arctic circle. Also there was this figure of a Galaxy Brawler too but I don’t have a photo of it so I used Andreas’s from his website. You can check out even more of his work on his blog. I don’t think there was a letter but thanks for the Brawlers gear!
Did you know Richard Short had this mini Klaus comic for sale? Go to Klaus comics. And Breakdown Press. And the store over here.