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ca-tsuka:

New pictures of upcoming Asterix CG animated feature film “Le Domaine des Dieux”, directed by Louis Clichy (who worked for Pixar) and Alexandre Astier (Kaamelott)

Well, it definitely looks beautiful enough.

iamtheun-weasel:

seanhowe:

International Times (UK), June 1970.

What say you now
judgeanon
Well, that is a compelling argument, but what’s he ever done for me?

iamtheun-weasel:

seanhowe:

International Times (UK), June 1970.

What say you now
judgeanon

Well, that is a compelling argument, but what’s he ever done for me?

If you look closely, there’s some very smart subtext here.

If you look closely, there’s some very smart subtext here.

multiversitycomics:

Bill Mantlo, creator of Rocket Raccoon. If you’ve enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy like so many of us have, please do not forget about his role in giving us all that incorrigible, adorable little fella.
At Multiversity we’re hosting a benefit for Bill. You can read about it here, see all the pieces we’ll be auctioning off for Bill in conjunction with his brother Mike here (the auctions will begin soon, 100% of the proceeds go to Bill’s care), and you can read more about what you can do for Bill here.
Ain’t nobody like Bill, ‘cept Bill.

multiversitycomics:

Bill Mantlo, creator of Rocket Raccoon. If you’ve enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy like so many of us have, please do not forget about his role in giving us all that incorrigible, adorable little fella.

At Multiversity we’re hosting a benefit for Bill. You can read about it here, see all the pieces we’ll be auctioning off for Bill in conjunction with his brother Mike here (the auctions will begin soon, 100% of the proceeds go to Bill’s care), and you can read more about what you can do for Bill here.

Ain’t nobody like Bill, ‘cept Bill.

2000adonline:

Deadly Aim.
Simon Bisley preliminary inks for Prog #1067 from November 2004.

The Biz!

2000adonline:

Deadly Aim.

Simon Bisley preliminary inks for Prog #1067 from November 2004.

The Biz!

gutsanduppercuts:

Another day, another new “Kung Fu Jungle” trailer. With each one, my anticipation rises exponentially.

The fantastic folks at Legolambs, creators of the Conan, Predator and Commando musicals, among many many others, just uploaded a passionate plea for a Dredd 3D sequel expressed in the only way they can.

I Love Feedback

Some days I think I love it more than the actual writing. I think it’s because writing a story or a script is like banging a piece of metal into the shape of a sword, while the process of refinement that comes from feedback is like sharpening it to a razor’s edge.

And it’s nice to know that you have a solid core, a kernel of an idea that is genuinely good and that you can work around. It makes me feel safe, like I already made it through the hardest part and now need to polish it. For someone like me, who is absolutely fucking terrified of nearly every single word I type, that’s important.

Finally, at this stage I think the feedback and polish phase is the one where I grow the most as a writer. When I write, I write for myself. When I polish based on feedback, I’m writing for others. One is fun and enjoyable, while the other feels more professional and dedicated. Makes me feel like I’m playing with the big boys and all.

holyfrittata:

THERE. ARE. LADY. ROGUES. WUT.

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Kinda lame that they’re called “dolls” and don’t have any kind of role except loading stuff up and being probably the only blue people with boobs on Nu-Earth, though.  If they’re genetically engineered, surely they made the girls strong enough =.=

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Yyyyup, GI Dolls. Venus Bluegenes is the most famous one, since she showed up in a later story. She was also part of one of Rogue’s reboots years after the original run, and even got one or two solo stories of her own. That said, saying anything about her would probably count as a spoiler.

holyfrittata:

idwcomics:

Judge Dredd: Anderson, Psi-Division #4 Ri Cover by Agnes Garbowska

OH. MY. GAWD.

BWAHAHAHAHA!

holyfrittata:

idwcomics:

Judge Dredd: Anderson, Psi-Division #4 Ri Cover by Agnes Garbowska

OH. MY. GAWD.

BWAHAHAHAHA!