Tuesday, February 21, 2017

What Twerp! Trotu! Guard!


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CEREBUS NEWS

Last part of Carson Grubaugh's Cerebus Re-Read
http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/carson-grubaughs-cerebus-re-read-last.html

Saturday, February 18, 2017

What Throne!


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CEREBUS NEWS

"Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought'  - from the review: "Sim always had a way with a punchline: this is funny - if you were ever a fan then you really ought to get it" http://allaboutbooksandcomics.com/wp/phils-reviews-stuff-i-bought-408/

Friday, February 17, 2017

What Guarded Guard?


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CEREBUS NEWS

Dave Sim taking "Cerebus in hell?" parody cover suggestions http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/batvark-1-and-death-of-cerebus-in-hell-1.html
here's one suggestion so far

"The Amazing Cerebus #1", "WatchVark #1" and "The Vark Knight Returns #1" a sneak peek at covers in-progress! http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/in-progress.html

All new "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips!
http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/cerebus-in-hell-week-34.html

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Rick Veitch's Spotted Stone, Rob Walton's new Ragmop and a Cerebus/Starchy The Dark Spud Crossover!
http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/weekly-update-170-cerebus-starchy-dark.html



Craig Strzelecki creator of the comic "Citrusman" draws Cerebus
http://citrusman19.deviantart.com/art/Cerebus-663921806

Anna Fröhling drawings of Cerebus
https://twitter.com/Piper_Pcfx/status/831721463178747905
https://twitter.com/Piper_Pcfx/status/831720406889426944

And Cerebus continues his guest appearance in the comic Sunnyville Stories http://sunnyvillestories.com/2017/02/sunnyville-stories-14-pages-25-26/

Gary Boyarski share a fun fact: Google puts Dave Simat the top of the list when you search "famous comic creators".

Thursday, February 16, 2017

What Anger!


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CEREBUS NEWS

"Cerebus in hell?" issue #1 now in comic stores
Review from "Comics Alliance":
"...it essentially confirms my fear that we are hurtling at breakneck speed towards total global absurdity. Fortunately Dave Sim and Cerebus do absurd well. Dave is without a doubt a master of the comics form. And even with a non-working wrist, using funky collage techniques, and trapping his character in the two-up-two-down hegemony of Garfield, Sim’s skills for timing, dialogue and comedy are still on display in this series of goofy comics industry in-jokes, ruminations on eternal suffering, and Guns N’ Roses lyrics."
http://comicsalliance.com/best-comic-books-ever-this-week-new-releases-for-february-15-2017/




Tuesday, February 14, 2017

What Spinning!


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CEREBUS NEWS

A shoutout from Dave Sim himself on our adaptation of issue 5 in the comments section of "A Moment of Cerebus" blog
http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/swords-of-cerebus-part-7-cerebus-5.html

Dave Sim Weekly Update: The Cerebus Stamp Coming Soon! http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/weekly-update-169-cerebus-stamp-coming.html


Cerebus all new online comic strips
http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2017/02/cerebus-in-hell-week-33.html

Fan shares latest Cerebus tattoo
https://twitter.com/holymountain_ok/status/830248127076691968

Cerebus headlines major Italian comics site
http://www.badcomics.it/2017/02/dave-sim-rilancia-cerebus-con-una-serie-di-numeri-1/143367/

Cerebus review from Japan continues with "Jaka's Story" and "Melmoth" - from the guy behind the "Akira Toriyama (creator of Dragon Ball) Super Database".
Jaka's Story - from the review: "The entire story is hilarious and sad in turns, and the ending is a shocker. It's a very fast read, even though it's a couple hundred pages long. It's a great book and highly recommended"
http://threestepsoverjapan.blogspot.com/2017/02/cerebus-aardvark-jakas-story.html
Melmoth - from the review: "If you're a Cerebus fan, you may be disappointed that Cerebus is still not the central character again. Still, it's a great book, the story flows fast, and the artwork is fantastic. Highly recommended."
http://threestepsoverjapan.blogspot.com/2017/02/cerebus-aardvark-melmoth.html

Gerhard draws new Cerebus background
http://gerhardart.com/climbing-tower-take-two/


Thursday, February 9, 2017

What sky limit?

"CGI clouds progress" by Rob Ellis

Wednesday, February 8, 2017