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gameraboy:

"The Old Castle’s Secret" (1948) by Carl Barks.

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gameraboy:

That’s some key!

"The Old Castle’s Secret" (1948) by Carl Barks.

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generalyung:

Someone on Twitter is trying to rename all the episodes of Breaking Bad with Shonen Jump anime-style titles, and the results so far are glorious.

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fantagraphics:

We’ve reblogged Jaime's Moebius tribute before and we'll probably do it again

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fantagraphics:

A smash hit series deserves an ultra-luxe repackaging for collectors and gift-giving, so this Fall we’re bringing you the Hip Hop Family Tree Vols. 1-2: 1975-1983 Box Set! It contains the first two volumes of Ed Piskor's New York Times best-selling series (obvs) with some extra details and bonuses to make it extra-collectible and extra-covetable, not least of which is Ed’s smashing new artwork for the slipcase — clever homages to EC Comics and mid-1960s DC’s “Go-Go Checks.”

As if that weren’t enough, hard-working Ed has whipped up exclusive cover art for both volumes, available only in the box set. Not only that, the set will also include an exclusive bonus comic book, Hip Hop Family Tree #300 “Milestone, Variant, Limited, Ashcan Edition!” Foil-stamped cover! Rob Liefeld! It’s the ’90s-est.

Reserve your copy now!

Oh my god.

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fyloveandrockets:

Isreal (Palomar) and Izzy (Locas) are twins.  Isabel disappeared from Palomar during a lunar eclipse.  

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i-wonder-whats-for-dinner:

I STILL DON’T KNOW WHERE THIS IS FROM BUT I FREAKING LOSE IT EVERY TIME WHAT IS THIS

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ruckawriter:

Cully Hamner design and style guides for Renee Montoya/The Question.

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comixology:

SUPER CRAZY INCREDIBLE EISNER-EXCITEMENT-INDUCED IMAGE COMICS SALE!

Click here to see for yourself!

Saga #1 - FREE
Saga #2-18 - 99¢ each
Saga vol. 1 - $4.99
Saga vol. 2 - $6.99
Saga vol. 3 - $7.99
Sex Criminals #1-5 - 99¢ each
Rat Queens #1-5 - 99¢ each
Rat Queens vol. 1 - $4.99
Pretty Deadly #1-5 - 99¢ each
Lazarus #1-7 - 99¢ each
Lazarus vol. 1 - $4.99
Nowhere Men #1-6 - 99¢ each
Nowhere Men vol. 1 - $4.99
Manhattan Projects #1-19 - 99¢ each
Manhattan Projects vol. 1 - $5.99
Manhattan Projects vol. 2 - $6.99
Manhattan Projects vol. 3 - $7.99
East of West #1-11 - 99¢ each
East of West vol. 1 - $4.99
East of West vol. 2 - $7.99
Zero #1-6 - 99¢ each
Zero vol. 1 - $4.99

Congrats to imagecomics, mattfractionblog, kellysue, zdarsky, jordiecolorsthings, aleskot, fionastaples, Brian K Vaughan, Jonathan Hickman, ruckawriter, nickdragotta, nickpitarra, prettydeadlycomic, Emma Rios, johnnyrocwell, kurtiswiebe, Michael Lark, Santi Arcas, and anyone else I may have missed!

Even though I am not the biggest fan of how the digital comics marketplace works, I recommend checking out each of these, especially considering the sale. Zero in particular.

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