Blogging, drawing and stuff by Jacob Plette.

 

mattjustmatt:

nikolasdraperivey:

CINEMATIC MILES MORALES COSPLAY

Yo! My name is Nikolas A. Draper-Ivey…This is cosplay as Cinematic Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider Man. This suit was made by 
Jesse Covington( Writer and Costume Designer) and sewn by Sasha Williams ( Fashion Major graduate). Photos were taken by Pierre BL Brevard I specifically would like to thank Marvel Comics Artist Sara Pichelli for designing this character. I’m also very excited to see Olivier Coipel's work on Spider-Verse!

(Full shoot will be shot in New York itself just in time for NYCC)

Great costume.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZz_r9_ZBAI

coelasquid:

Dear Nintendo, Ennio Morricone is very old, please hire him to arrange a take on the Zelda score before it’s too late.

coelasquid:

comicsalliance:

BEAUTIFUL HORROR: EMILY CARROLL’S ‘THROUGH THE WOODS’ IS A COMICS MASTERWORK

By Sarah Horrocks

Emily Carrolls collection of horror comics, Through the Woods, operates largely on the alienation of the inexplicable experience. More specifically, with one exception, it explores that alienation in women, particularly young women. The struggle for many of these characters is the insidious horror of trauma, and all of the ways that trauma pulls you apart, both from yourself and your community, and leaves you susceptible to further terrors.

This trauma that suddenly makes you unreliable to the world around you, and indeed unreliable to yourself, provides much of the claustrophobia that characterizes the slowly closing trap of Carroll’s flashlight-whispered tales. These are spellbound stories through which every strength of the comics medium is put into employ. There are frankly very few writers in comics who can go toe-to-toe with Emily Carroll in this regard. The totality of these comics is a testament to the largely untapped potentials inherent in this medium.

One of the aspects of the whole that powers Through The Woods is its lettering. Carroll’s lettering has a handwritten character of its own, and oftentimes the twisting bending nature of the letters and words drive the composition of the pages as a whole, which allows Carroll to move effortlessly through sometimes complex layered montage pages.

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!!! I didn’t realize this was out!

Emily Carroll is one of those artists that it seems like everyone follows but nobody talks about cuz she’s just so damn good you wanna keep her work all to yourself…except everybody knows that everybody knows about her and we’re all just kinda ignoring that fact while we collectively page through her work.

Emily Carroll is really good at comics, is what I’m trying to say here.

krudman:

Share a coke with some guy named Megan if that is his real name. [x]

Hey Scott’s back and he brought comics!

coelasquid:

jakewhyman:

flacodev:

inkystars:

birdbrainblue:

castleoflions:

bitch-pudding:

milesjai:

OH MY GOD. YOU ALL NEED TO WATCH THIS.

SHIT

I’M

WHEEZING 

I DIDN’T EVEN SUSPECT THAT OR SEE THAT COMING OH MY FUCKING GOD

You need to see it.

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(Source: brozoi)

jimtopia:

I Think I Love You Mantis-Chan!! #34 is up! Go give it a read!

Or, if you’re unfamiliar with this series, go read it from the beginning!

Thanks so much to everyone who takes the time to like and reblog posts about my comics! The more we can spread the word about this series to other people the better.

More Mantis-Chan erryboby go read it!

dresdencodak asked
Hey, how about not being a passive-aggressive shit next time, eh?

cubewatermelon:

I would think that you, who spend so much time pointing out the flaws and problematic areas in other people’s work, would be able to take one silly comic directed at your work and other likes it.

Normally I wouldn’t respond to this kind of thing publicly, but I’ll make an exception since you called me a shit.

coelasquid:

Whenever people point to Mary Shelley and say “a woman invented sci-fi you know” I just think “well, I mean, technically a woman invented the whole concept of authoring books as far as we can tell but hey who’s keeping track”