Monday, June 26, 2017

What Captive!

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Example of Cerebus influence in today's DC comics?

Jesse Lee Herndon shares his latest Cerebus and Garfield mashup

Saturday, June 24, 2017

What Door! Observing! Cheering!

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Bleeding Cool spotlights the upcoming Cerebus comic "Aardvark Comics #1"!

Dave Sim Weekly Update: The Pork Knight Secret

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

What Cheering Merchant!


Shares his experience on meeting Gerhard and his wife (@ approximately 1:06)

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

What Merchant! What Store Keeper!

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special thanks to Rob Ellis for problem solving face (and then vest and pants) disappearing

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Friday, June 16, 2017

What Take Off!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: "A Call From Rob Walton"

Thursday, June 15, 2017

What Sarcasm!

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The driving force in alternative hip hop for more than two decades "El-P" is a Cerebus fan - he gives a shoutout to Cerebus in the latest Brian Koppelman (creator of Showtime's "Billions") podcast.
"El-P" has also done soundtrack for "the Big Short", "Breaking Bad", "Fantastic Four", Misfits" and Jim Jarmusch's latest "Paterson" among others. For more here is his Wickepedia page

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

What Thrunk!

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

What Necross lair exit!

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Monday, June 12, 2017

What Amulet!

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Sunday, June 11, 2017

What Northern Barbarian!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: Order Batvark #1. Order Code: STL052158. Plus: Colin Upton!!

Podcast interview with John Layman where he talks about "falling in love with the Cerebus comic book"

Cerebus influence in the new brilliant "Twin Peaks: The Return"?
Afterall the publisher of the number one "about Twin Peaks" magazine was also the same publisher of the number one "about Cerebus" maybe?:)

Sunday, June 4, 2017

What Observations!

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Cerebus featured in Bleeding Cool's "On this day in pop culture history"

Saturday, June 3, 2017

What Princes!

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Friday, June 2, 2017

What Steps!

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Dave Sim's Weekly Update: Dave's foster child, Dave borrows against his life insurance to make substantial charity donation,  Cerebus postcards, Cerebus stamp and poet Darrell Epp

Major Italian site covering the release of Batvark

Another top Italian site with a brand new spotlight and review of Cerebus Melmoth

Thursday, June 1, 2017

What red!

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Top Italian site spotlights "Batvark"

Another top Italian site covering the release of Batvark

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

What axe!

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

What Red!

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Monday, May 29, 2017

What Surprise

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Dave Sim and Sandeep Atwal auction "Cerebus in hell?" FOURTEEN AUTOGRAPHED PROOF COPIES

Award winning comic artist James Kochalka draws Cerebus

Award winning comics artist Ed Piskor features Cerebus in his latest strip!:)

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Tales Of The Frozen Dead... and Colin Upton!

BATVARK in Previews! Order from your local comic store today

Thursday, May 25, 2017


Order BATVARK from your Local Comics Shop now! JUN171076 BATVARK #1

Order BATVARK from your Local Comics Shop now! JUN171076 BATVARK #1
Order BATVARK from your Local Comics Shop now! JUN171076 BATVARK #1

Bleeding Cool article on BATVARK

"Cerebus in hell?" featured in the webcomic "The Comicverse"

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

What Mood!

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Award winning comics artist Ed Piskor features Cerebus in his latest strip!:)

Monday, May 22, 2017

What Cerebus Title Logo Rotation!

"Rotating Cerebus Logo Title" test render. Not actual audio:)

Sunday, May 21, 2017

What blood there will be!

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Renowned author Mary Gaitskill talks about Cerebus on "Big Think" podcast (haven't listened to yet)

"Cerebus In Hell" issue 3 review: "...but shit, Cerebus In Hell still makes me laugh."

"Cerebus in hell?" issue 4 preview:)

Heavy Metal preview includes a look at this story written by Morrison and drawn by Gerhard “THE SMILE OF THE ABSENT CAT” Chapter Two!prettyPhoto

Saturday, May 20, 2017

What Title! What Camera!

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The comic "War of the Independents" is a "Moment of Cerebus" pick: Follow the adventure as indie stars search for Cerebus' helmet!
Called "A must have for Cerebus fans"
Also features my own comic character "Captain Zap" and his sidekicks "1- A the Robot" and "Polly the Bird":) Drawn by legendary Don Simpson

Friday, May 19, 2017

What's Up?!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: Heroes of the Home Front

Thursday, May 18, 2017

What Dodge! Throw! Flow!

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Cerebus the Batvark issue #1. Order from your Local Comics Shop now!

The Comics Journal's "This week in comics" spotlights "Cerebus in hell?" issue 4
For more on Sandy's "departure" 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

What Testing! What Birthday!

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Happy Birthday, Dave Sim!! (May 17th so depending on your timezone:))
(speaking of time zones in Norway it's now May 17th and Norwegian Independence Day!!:))
I've sent a selfmade card and hopefully he'll get it in time

Al Nickerson shares his very recent Dave Sim correspondence: about, among other things, the Cerebus movie, Eisner buying him a congratulatory dinner upon finishing his magnum opus Cerebus - and so much more.
Here's some of the relevant Cerebus movie portion:

"Never having had the intention of signing off on a Giant Cerebus movie, I could afford to be more philosophical about Creator Rights. You want to do a CEREBUS something? You would be a better judge of that than I would. I can't see how I lost/would lose anything from someone else doing CEREBUS. Here's my 6000-page graphic novel. Here's what you did. If you can compete with what I did and improve on it, hey, good for you. If you fall on your face, it's your face that you fall on."

Read the full letter here
or see below

Just saw Hulu's Creator Rights movie "Batman and Bill" which follows Marc T. Nobleman's heroic journey to get Bill Finger creator credit. Highly recommended.

Monday, May 15, 2017

What Slow Motion!

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Latest news on Dave Sim projects

Cerebus on list of "15 Comics You Thought Were Dumb But Are Actually Smart"

Friday, May 12, 2017

What Pigt tribe!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: A Professor Calls (and Still Even More Colin Upton!)

Cerebus in hell #3 nudity on the cover pointed out and riffed on in fun
The Comics Journal's "This week in comic" spotlights "Cerebus in hell? #3" cover as well: "This cover makes me wild. I’ve been looking at it for 2 days! What in the world."

Sam Noir convention sketch of Cerebus

Cerebus in hell #4 in Previews

Cerebus film Director Oliver Simon's comic character CAPTAIN ZAP and sidekicks alongside the most iconic figures in indie comics search for Cerebus' helmet - includes legendary rap group Public Enemy! Drawn by the one and only Don Simpson!!
Highlighted by "Flippin' through Previews" with a hint at what's to come at the "A Moment of Cerebus" blog:) :Page 412, I turn and see from Red Anvil — War of the Independents 4.  Holy fucking shit! This series brings together the coolest indie superheroes and other type characters around, including Cerebus, so you know what the main highlight of my column at AMOC is going to be this month!"

With Mother's Day coming up: Cerebus film Director Oliver Simonsen's mom's book made available today as a paperback through amazon!!:)
Escape with her to the sixties and seventies, and hang out with The Rolling Stones, The Pretty Things, Jeff Beck, Keith Moon and more. Those were the days and hey Oliver was there too for some of it:)

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

What Redness?

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(Red Sophia came out a bit wonky...)
here's a in-progress version till we get the redhead properly rendered - more characters still to be added


Speaking of redheads:
Gerhard draws Red Sonja and Cerebus and more

"Cerebus in hell? issue 3 nudity on cover controversy:)
The Comics Journal in it's "This week in comic" segment spotlights "Cerebus in hell? #3" cover as well: "This cover makes me wild. I’ve been looking at it for 2 days! What in the world."

Original Cerebus publisher Deni Loubert on list of "5 Female Publishers Who Changed Comics"

"War of the Independents issue #4" now finally in Diamond Comics Distributor's catalog: Previews! The indie comic crossover mega event featuring Cerebus with a cast of every alternative comic super star continues!!
 as you see in the description from the thumbnail: the story is they are all in search of Cerebus' helmet

Also Cerebus film Director Oliver Simonsen's own comic character get's an appearance in this issue - here's a peek of legendary Don Simpson's excellent adaptation of Cap Zap and his sidekicks: the robot A-1/1-A and Polly the Bird. And in a case of comics metaphysics they didn't know he was planning on killing Polly...eeerie:)

The Under Guides Graphic Novel Podcast start a Cerebus review series with the first 6 issues (at 23:00) - includes Cerebus film music from Jeff Tundis (former right hand man of Dave) and voice clips by Jeff Seiler as Elrod the albino in our movie.

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Awesome Canada & More Colin Upton!

Saturday, April 29, 2017

What mean and powerful!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Cerebus In Hell? #3", dean of Canadian Mini Comcs Colin Upton and Benjamin Hobbs girlfriend drawing

Cerebus called "an idiosyncratic masterwork" on Looper's list of "Amazing comics that should never be made into movies":)
From the article: "To do this story justice would be a herculean task that few outside of the obsessive Dave Sim would be up for"

Gerhard commision for owner of comics store "Escape Pod Comics" Menachem Luchins

Cerebus and Usagi Yojimbo team up by Jay Hilgenfeld

Thursday, April 27, 2017

What Flow! What Fairy Tale!

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a Cerebus film teaser ad idea


Fables Deluxe edition #14 is out with a nice tribute:
"This volume is dedicated with respect and admiration to Dave Sim, who set the bar high."

Cerebus comic environment artist Gerhard did a signing today Escape Pod Comics comic store
A #BobsBurger #Cerebus mash-up by Gerhard. @ Escape Pod Comics

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

What reaction!

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Monday, April 24, 2017

What Meaness!

Mick Keef
Cerebus Film mock-up ad


Deconstructing Comics Podcast interview with Gerhard - haven't listened to yet myself

Sunday, April 23, 2017

What building!

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

What Night!


Dave Sim Weekly Update: Steve Peters & Colin Upton!

in the comic, seen in the thumbnail above, Oliver Simonsen, the Cerebus film Director, also had a Cerebus comic story appear: "Young Cerebus":)

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

What Brawl Updates!


"Howlermouse" shares his Cerebus comic haul

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

What more additions!

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sneak peaak at possible new "Cerebus in hell?" ccomic covers

Sunday, April 16, 2017

What flowing!

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Saturday, April 15, 2017

What knocks! What much!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: Cerebus in the New York Times and National Post

"Escape Pod Comics" comic store guest announcement: Carla Speed McNeil is coming to geek out over Gerhard with me on April 27th! If she can stop pestering him with architectural questions, she may even sign stuff for some of you. She'll also have art for sale

Johnny Logan Harley cameos "Cerebus in hell?" in his "Frozen Dead" web strip

Ben Granoff draws Cerebus

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

What flex!

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What Flying Jump!

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"CEREBUS ARCHIVE VOL 04" among Diamond Distributors top sellers via their Previews catalog

"Flying Fortress" comic artist Eric Weathers draws Cerebus
for a look at his comic

Cerebus by author (and painter) Jim Anotsu
a list of his books

Steve Peters creator of the comic Comicsverse, and currently doing a kickstarter, shares:
Some of you might remember I was doing some "Cerebus in Rabbit Hell" strips for my next comic (I posted one here and a few on my Patreon page). I thought it'd be fun to commission Mr. Sim to write a couple of them for me. Well, I got them back today (super fast! Dave is always the consummate pro), and they're great! I keep cracking up when I look at them. Can't wait to share them with the world.

Friday, April 7, 2017

What Landing!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: Happy Anniversary "Hairy Tarantula Comic Store"

2001 signatures as of this writing
posted to youtube an old Cerebus.TV streaming clip to mark the occasion:)

A Cerebus reread just finished issue 1

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

What Flying! Knocking! Shielding!

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

What Knockout! What What Upside Down!

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New addition to "Wall of Cerebus" at Escape Pod comic book store. Drawing by "Too Much Coffee Man" and New Yorker comic artist Shannon Wheeler

Jon Rice shares his Cerebus tattoo

Sunday, April 2, 2017

What Barrel!

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Saturday, April 1, 2017

What Flying Pigt! What Background Fighting!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: The Incredibly Productive Colin Upton

Terry Moore and Gerhard self-publishing panel

New Cerebus reread starts

Comic Book Resources calls Cerebus "the “Ulysses” of comic books" on it's list of "15 BEST DEPICTIONS OF DEATH IN COMICS"

Thursday, March 30, 2017

What Laughing! What Punching!

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New "Cerebus in hell?" comics

What Punch!

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

What Additional Brawling!

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Spanish comic book podcast about Cerebus

Cerebus on Comic Reporter's list of "Name Five Scenes From The Comics That Took Place At Night."

Review of "Cerebus in hell?" 1 and 2: "I love this comic"

Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Chris Woerner Top Ten and Starchy the DarkSpud"

Thursday, March 23, 2017

What More Background!

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New "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

What Brawling! What Background!

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What Excursion! What Teasers!

weekend excursion doubles as Cerebus teaser? me more:)

Monday, March 20, 2017

What Arnie! What Guards!

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DarkSpud Episode featuring Cerebus - co-written and voiced by Dave Sim

Terrible Lizard Comics Press Release

Friday, March 17, 2017

What St Paddy's Day!

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: The March Mailbag

All new online "Cerebus in hell" comic strips

Thursday, March 16, 2017

What Fight!

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Monday, March 13, 2017

What Reign!

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John Kovalic‏, creator of the award winning hit comic about the gaming world "Dork Tower", playing with a Cerebus miniature in real life: "I recently picked up off ebay. I am a sucker for celebrity figures" Here featured with miniatures of his own characters

Ben Granoff‎ shares Cerebus by legendary comic creator Alex Robinson

Andrea Leigh Shockling draws Cerebus for "wall of Cerebus at comic store "Escape Pod Comics"

Gerhard draws Cerebus

Xeric Grant winner Steve Peters draws Cerebus with his Rabbit Hell characters (Cerebus has done crossover jam comics with Rabbit Hell in the past)

Friday, March 10, 2017

What Town! What Wizard! What Relationship!

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New Cerebus comics by Dave Sim and Sandeep Atwa

Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Cerebus In Hell? The Saga Continues"

MIA original art piece mystery at long last solved 16 years later (almost to the day - read description in link)

Thursday, March 9, 2017

What Cheer!

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

What Crowd! What Hat!

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Spanish review of Cerebus

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

What Silly Walk!

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Monday, March 6, 2017

What Crowd!

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High praise from Chester Brown: "Cerebus is a masterpiece. I don’t have to agree with an author (or be that author's friend) to enjoy his-or-her work. I’ve read all sixteen volumes at least twice through, and some of them I’ve read more than twice. There seems to be a popular view out there that the early volumes are good and the later ones are unreadable, but, to me, Cerebus becomes more and more interesting as it progresses."

Saturday, March 4, 2017

What Exit!

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Friday, March 3, 2017

What Sipping!

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NEW Cerebus online comics!

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Gary Boyarski's "Jack Grimm" very much recommended and Cerebus featured in Litrary Arts Magazine: "Taddle Creek" and Chess Hall of fame exhibition "Chess of comics"

"Orbital Comics" reviews: "Cerebus in hell?": "bringing us back to Cerebus’ beginnings in that it’s just straight up funny and irreverent taking pot-shots with almost childish glee....silly, but more often than not eliciting a smile and a hearty guffaw. This book should appeal to anyone with a funny bone and will hopefully serve as an interesting introduction for the uninitiated to Cerebus."

A glass Cerebus drawing in the newly opened "Anyone Comics" on Brooklyn

Mage compared to Cerebus in Bleeding Cool article

Thursday, March 2, 2017

What Intercut!

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Another edition of the reread of the comic that came out ages ago from the Director of the Cerebus film (and again sorry and thank you for indulging me:))

Somehow there's been no time for comics in the past 36 hours (the horror!), but tonight I delved into Oliver Simonsen's Captain Zap #2.
A-1, the little worker-bot awakes aboard the captain's spaceship only to discover Cap is having an existential crisis of his own. Apparently Cap's been doing a "Chuck Berry", just cruising around...with no particular place to go.
We don't know where A-1 was heading when he gave up the 9 to 5, but he seems put out to find himself a passenger on a road to nowhere. Cap has trouble explaining himself but though he's unsure of the value of his actions he is absolutely committed to them.
While it is an apparent fete accompli, Cap nevertheless formally invites A-1 to join him on his adventures.

Michael adds: I'm having fun with it. It's been long enough since I've read them that I'm wondering what happens next.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

What Crowd!

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Gerhard draws the Batcave (featuring Cerebus on a screen) and more in anticipation of his upcoming Emerald City Comic Book Convention appearance

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

What Balcony! What View! Guard! Trotu! Assassin?

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"Cerebus in hell? issue 2" is among The Comics Journal top picks this week: "...made me laugh pretty hard"

Escape Pod Comics comic book store event page for our Gerhard signing in 2 months:

The making of the Cerebus/DarkSpud crossover cowritten and voiced by Dave Sim

Sunday, February 26, 2017

What Watching!

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It's not only Cerebus that get's a reread, but once in a while Captain Zap does as well:) the comic from the Director of the film - please indulge me as this is a rare occasion indeed!:)

Michael Hunt's "NOTES FROM THE TUB"
I dug Oliver Simonsen's Captain Zap out of its long-box graveyard for a reread.
When I first realized my FB friend Oliver (who I know through Cerebus fandom) was the creator of Captain Zap I was delighted. I have fond memories of the series and was determined to unearth my copies.
The first issue finds worker robot A-1 at a low point. His days and nights are all the same and he's begun to wonder if this is all there is. Eventually he reached a decision, rips out his control antenna and leaves it all behind. He's barely made his escape before he meets the titular Captain Zap and the issue ends.
Simple line drawings illustrate A-1 and his world and they're evocative of loneliness and isolation as his world is made to seem simple, small and insular. Repetitive images slow the pacing, creating a claustrophobic sense of existential dread broken on occasion by A-1's monologues.
Tune in tomorrow for more NOTES FROM THE TUB. Same ZAP time! Same ZAP channel!

Cerebus on Comic Reporter's list of "Five Comics Characters That Either Presently Have -- Or At One Time Had -- Less Of Their Body Than They Did The First Time You Encountered Them."

Erik Jacoby: "Just added this AMAZING commissioned piece of Cerebus the Aardvark, from Other Realms Ltd - The Comic & Game Specialist yesterday, by uber-talented Mog Park!!! That takes my count of Cerebus commissioned pieces up to 2.
Pace e amore ☺"

And a new Cerebus on the "Wall of Cerebus" at Escape Pod Comics comic book store is shared in the tweet below

Saturday, February 25, 2017

What Oscar!

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In the comments on Cerebus Film Facebook Page Lenny Cooper said: "Fantastic!!!!!!"
which is especially an amazing honor since a bigger Cerebus fan is hard to come by. Mr Cooper has among other things contributed to this incredible scholarly in-depth book about Cerebus
In the comments of the Darshan Facebook group where the clip was added comic book artist John Mundt: "Awesome work! Each character's, well...character really comes through! Reminds me of how much fun Cerebus was/is."
Among others...really great feedback and support so far.


Dave Sim Weekly Update: "Cerebus in  hell?" issue 2 coming!

All new "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips

Jared Osborn is won over by "Cerebus in hell?" issue 1

Jessica Jones is compared to Cerebus - from the review: "...the combination of the naturalistic speech and almost cartoonlike artwork reminds me very much of peak Cerebus the Aardvark which is a huge compliment as far as I am concerned."


Thursday, February 23, 2017

What Question!

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Danish comic podcast highlights Cerebus
Kasper Meyer gives a  loose transcription:
"Cerebus in Hell! It’s been 40 years since Dave Sim started his Cerebus series. It’s a great comic book, even with its controversies. In the light of its 40 year anniversary he’s made a 4-issue mini series, where issue 0 and 1 is already out. If you in any way liked the original run, you owe Sim to check out his latest project. They cost 36 DKK per issue."
Kasper also shares this wonderful story:
Morten Søndergaard is a really great guy. I always visit his store "Fantask" when I'm in Copenhagen, and he always have fascinating stories to tell.
I once asked if he had any Cerebus in stock, and while he dug it out, he told me that he was one of the first stores in the world to sell Cerebus, back in the seventies. As a token of gratitude, Dave sent Morten a complete collection of Cerebus when it was finished back in 2004. Morten proceeded to give the entire collection away for free to a regular customer of his store whom he knew would appreciate it more.

Here are links for TWO of his ongoing webcomics
Strangebeard (updates Tuesdays and Thursdays)
The Adventurers (updates Wednesdays and Fridays)

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

What Twerp! Trotu! Guard!

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Last part of Carson Grubaugh's Cerebus Re-Read

Saturday, February 18, 2017

What Throne!

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"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"

Friday, February 17, 2017

What Guarded Guard?

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Dave Sim taking "Cerebus in hell?" parody cover suggestions
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!

All new "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips!

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Rick Veitch's Spotted Stone, Rob Walton's new Ragmop and a Cerebus/Starchy The Dark Spud Crossover!

Craig Strzelecki creator of the comic "Citrusman" draws Cerebus

Anna Fröhling drawings of Cerebus

And Cerebus continues his guest appearance in the comic Sunnyville Stories

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 in hell?" issue #1 now in comic stores
Review from "Comics Alliance":
" 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."

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

What Spinning!

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A shoutout from Dave Sim himself on our adaptation of issue 5 in the comments section of "A Moment of Cerebus" blog

Dave Sim Weekly Update: The Cerebus Stamp Coming Soon!

Cerebus all new online comic strips

Fan shares latest Cerebus tattoo

Cerebus headlines major Italian comics site

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"
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."

Gerhard draws new Cerebus background

Thursday, February 9, 2017

What sky limit?

"CGI clouds progress" by Rob Ellis

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

What Trotu W'arr!

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Carl Smith is doing a reread of all the Cerebus comic issues and has already started with the first one, which our film is based on - some of his observations and musings closely mirror my own.

Monday, February 6, 2017

What Moonlight! What Intercut!

CGI clouds and moon created and rendered by Rob Ellis

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Bleeding Cool article: "Dave Sim To Publish A New Cerebus Comic From October 2017 – Every Month A New Issue #1"

Dave Sim Weekly Update: comic and animation writer Adam Beechen - and yes a Transformers poster on Dave's wall

This week's online "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips

"Comics In Black and White" are introduced to Cerebus in Vol 1 and are hooked calling it offbeat and intellectual

Cerebus on CBR list of greatest feuds ever

"The Comics Reporter" gives a shoutout to Sean Robinson's technical insight on the Cerebus restoration progress

Multiversity gives props to the latest bold marketing strategy of Cerebus

Major Turkish entertainment site reports on new Cerebus comics coming

Thursday, February 2, 2017

What Twerp?

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"Cerebus in hell?" #4 featuring a "Game of Thrones" cover!! Available for ordering in Diamond Comics Distributors' February "Previews" catalog

Newsarama spotlights latest offerings of Cerebus

A look at Jack Kirby and his "Creator Rights" struggles with a shout-out to "Cerebus"

Cerebus guest star in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles original art for sale