1. leseanthomas:


    The Daily Show tries to help white people understand what it’s like to be stopped and frisked. 

    To thunderous applause.

  2. joshtierney:


    Quelques planches de Bd que j’ai dessiné il y a maintenant
    pile-poil un an. Elles moisissaient dans mes dossiers d’ordinateur
    alors je me décide à les dépoussiérer et les montrer enfin. Il s’agissait
    d’une Bd-dont-vous-êtes-le-héros à choix multiples (un peu plus typé
    jeunesse que ce que j’ai l’habitude de faire), avec une évolution des
    persos et une histoire qui ne dévoilait tous ses secrets qu’après avoir
    arpenté chaque ramifications. Par manque de temps (et de retours) j’ai
    un peu laissé tomber, et maintenant que j’ai trop de projets sur le feu
    je ne pense pas le reprendre avant un bon  bout de temps.
    Donc avant d’en avoir trop honte et puisque j’ai envie de
    m’affranchir un peu de ce genre de dessins ces temps-ci,
    je les affiche ici : vestiges manifestes de mon addiction
    aux jeux de rôle et aux dégradés Photoshop.


    These are some pages of a comic-book ( a Choose Your Own
    Adventure-like) I made last year… Unfortunately french publishers
    were not okay to give it a shot, and I gave up. Thanks to a short talk
    with Josh Tierney yesterday I looked back in my old files
    and found the pages…

    These pages hit every right note for me. Can somebody jump on this, please?

    (via havecrayonswilltravel)

  3. sirmitchell:

    A few previews from my official Marvel themed show at Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX. Opening reception is April 25th, from 7-10pm. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and I’m excited for people to finally see what I’ve been working on since November. 

    For those asking about prints, they will be available through the gallery, and leftovers will most likely be made available through mondotees.com 

    (via curvynerds)

  4. aneternalscoutandabrownie:


    So far, I have been enjoying the Adventures of Business Cat a great deal, possibly more than is appropriate for an adult human. (All of these are from the webcomic Happy Jar)

    UPDATE: Now with more Business.


    (via letglitchdraw)

  5. tnperkins:


    Thomas Perkins, 2014

  6. kharyrandolph:

    Batman 1966. Print done for C2E2. Color by Emilio Lopez.

  7. briannedrouhard:

    "A Well-Balanced Breakfast in Hell" for the Hellboy Anniversary art show next month.  http://hellboy20thartshow.tumblr.com

    If you’ve never seen Mignola’s comic on when Hellboy tried pancakes for the first time, do yourself a favor and track it down right now!

    Obligatory Rasputin music http://youtu.be/kvDMlk3kSYg

    (via sairobee)


  8. So I tried this Watchdogs digital shadow thing that goes through all your facebook info and figures stuff out about you.

    Huuuuuge mistake.

  10. (Source: nozomitojo, via emmyc)


  12. This is a long article and whether you like Frozen or not (I thought it was ok) you should give it a read because it makes some very interesting points not just about the movie but about feminism in entertainment and animation in general.  I did cherry pick some of my favorite paragraphs from the conclusion that I think everyone should read:

    In a recent DGA (Director’s Guild of America) “Women’s Steering Committee” meeting, the DGA resolved to “work diligently” to solve the problem of the gender imbalance in film. Everyone patted themselves on the back, declared the job mostly done and went home, except for the people who pointed outthat the EEOC resolved to do exactly the same thing in1978 — fourteen years after motion picture studios were found almost uniformly in violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The state of the industry for women is absolutely abysmal, and has been for decades. It’s a problem that should have been swiftly and incisively dealt with as soon as it was pointed out, but the response from the motion picture studios was to form a committee, publicly celebrate the formation of said committee, and in private make absolutely sure that the committee was almost incapable of making substantial change.

    Does it sound like a conspiracy? At the time, it was. The male-led studios didn’t want women behind the cameras, so they did their best to keep them out. But now? It’s just complacency. In the years following the 1978 EEOC report, the percentage of women behind the cameras did start to rise, peaking with 16% of network television episodes directed by women in 1993. And then? It plateaued. Someone, somewhere, decided that arise from 0.5% to 16%over a period of ten years was not only pretty good — which it was — butgood enough, and the efforts stopped. Now the landscape for women in film is as bleak as ever, but because no one wants to disturb the status quo, and because twenty years ago it was decided that we had reachedgood enough, virtually nothing is being done. The same is true in finance; the same is true in engineering. The same arguments I make for women can be made for racial discrimination or LGBT acceptance. Every minority group that has ever had to struggle for equal treatment is fighting against good enough, because to ever acknowledge that we have reachedgood enoughis to give the people with influence our permission to stop trying and go home.

    I bring this up because I see the same thing going on in Disney’sFrozen. We all know that women are underrepresented in film. Disney/Marvel alone has made a killing at the box office with eight — soon to be nine and counting — massively fun, massively successful superhero films, and not one has been led by a woman. A male-driven superhero film can be mediocre and recover with the next installment in the franchise, but the debate over which superheroine should kick off the women-driven slate of films has been going on for years, because the zeitgeist of the industry means thatshe will only get one shot.

    You should read the rest, if you got the time.

  13. tnperkins:

    Adventurers…..©2014 T.N.Perkins IV All rights reserved.

  14. kristaferanka:

    a Hellboy piece I made for Multiversity Comics’ 31 days of hellboy celebration for 20 years of hellboy.

    (via havecrayonswilltravel)

  15. lalage:

    happy together

    (via havecrayonswilltravel)