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Comic Book Art: Zatanna with Giant Bunny by Mahmud Asrar

Turkish comic book artist Mahmud Asrar (M.A.Asrar) first grabbed attention through his work on the independent anthology Digital Webbing Presents, before moving onto much bigger and better things in both the American and non-American comic book markets. Primarily associated with… Continue Reading →

The House of C 025: The Dangers of English: Taper… Tapir

Ah, good old English, such a complicated language to learn for foreign students. Horrible things like homonyms abound, making poor little tapirs everywhere… well suffer. Sigh, if this keeps up, then surely the SPCA will have to eventually step in…

Comic Book Art: Cloak & Dagger by Mahmud Asrar

Turkish comic book artist Mahmud Asrar (M.A.Asrar) first grabbed attention through his work on the independent anthology Digital Webbing Presents, before moving onto much bigger and better things in both the American and non-American comic book markets. Primarily associated with… Continue Reading →

The House of C 024: Dealing with Arseholes

It’s a shitty job, and you’ll probably end up the butt of all your friends’ jokes, but hey, work is work – and besides, someone has to do it. To be honest, I was a bit torn whether to go… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Batman and Poison Ivy by Mahmud Asrar

Turkish comic book artist Mahmud Asrar (M.A.Asrar) first grabbed attention through his work on the independent anthology Digital Webbing Presents, before moving onto much bigger and better things in both the American and non-American comic book markets. Primarily associated with… Continue Reading →

Greg Land: Jenna Jameson’s Shadow Hunter #1 Cover (2008)

In 2008 Virgin Comics (before the name change to Liquid Comics) pushed out the four issue mini-series Jenna Jameson’s Shadow Hunter as part of their Voices imprint, basically designed to let celebrities dream up their own comic book story lines…. Continue Reading →

Bart Sears and Mark Pennington: Rogue Trooper #15 Cover (1987)

Although a staple in the comic book market back home in Britain, 2000 AD has always traditionally struggled to get a proper foothold or even liking in the American comic book market, though it certainly hasn’t been for the lack… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Catwoman by Mahmud Asrar

Turkish comic book artist Mahmud Asrar (M.A.Asrar) first grabbed attention through his work on the independent anthology Digital Webbing Presents, before moving onto much bigger and better things in both the American and non-American comic book markets. Primarily associated with… Continue Reading →

Tim Bradstreet: Jennifer Blood #2 Cover (2011)

Master of black humor, action comedy comics, writer Garth Ennis is back at it, unleashing in conjunction with Dynamite Entertainment and artist Adriano Batista, Jennifer Blood, the tongue in cheek, dark and bloody action comedy that introduces us to a… Continue Reading →

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