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 https://twitter.com/muskrat_john/status/841023539251687425
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"
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."
"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." http://www.orbitalcomics.com/cerebus-hell-dave-sim-great-thomas/
A glass Cerebus drawing in the newly opened "Anyone Comics" on Brooklyn
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:))
Michael Hunt's NOTES FROM THE TUB
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.