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Got my books today

Storm #3 keeps going strong but it still feels like a Greatest Hits Covers album, I want new material and as good or better than the old one.

Spider-Verse #2 is great art meh story, it’s an interesting world but I don’t think we see enough of it to care, ymmv

Futures End Superman wasn’t bad. And that the only good thing about it.

covermashups:

He who laughs last…
Mashed covers:
Falcon #4
Joker: The Man Who Laughs

covermashups:

He who laughs last…

Mashed covers:

  • Falcon #4
  • Joker: The Man Who Laughs

cocksandcomics:

captain-fur:

cocksandcomics:

So I’m definitely going to be looking into getting a tattoo sometime soon and here are some of the ideas or jumping off points I’ve been looking into.

Any thoughts? WIll these work as tattoos? I’m hoping people who know more than I do can tell what will and will not work or what will come out kind of gross. The plan at this point is to get my left arm done up as a sleeve with comic panels running up and down it but I’m not sure how to tie it all together or if it even can be tied together. ANY suggestions are welcome.

I have had several comic panels tattooed on me and I can tell you that the less busy the linework is, the better. With time ink fades a bit and expands a little, making it a little blurry and you might end up with a not so shart piece. Depending on the size of the tattoo I’d stay clear of getting any dialogue in it, as the letters won’t be readable at a certein point.

This is exactly the kind of advice I was looking for. Thank you man

Also regarding colors, forget white, brown, and other inks, keep your palette under the primary and secondary color spectrum, but for the first tattoo I’d suggest you to get a one ink piece (black) colors mute a lot with time and require better care to keep them bright (no sunlight, good hidratation, etc)

cocksandcomics:

So I’m definitely going to be looking into getting a tattoo sometime soon and here are some of the ideas or jumping off points I’ve been looking into.

Any thoughts? WIll these work as tattoos? I’m hoping people who know more than I do can tell what will and will not work or what will come out kind of gross. The plan at this point is to get my left arm done up as a sleeve with comic panels running up and down it but I’m not sure how to tie it all together or if it even can be tied together. ANY suggestions are welcome.

I have had several comic panels tattooed on me and I can tell you that the less busy the linework is, the better. With time ink fades a bit and expands a little, making it a little blurry and you might end up with a not so shart piece. Depending on the size of the tattoo I’d stay clear of getting any dialogue in it, as the letters won’t be readable at a certein point.

otherbully1:

the-milk-eyed-monster:

colony-drop:

oh look my favorite photo set

cool

what the entire and actual existing fuck?

MOTHERFUCKERSYOUPLAYEDUSALL

(Source: springbeanz)

This is the end! El Cantonet cierra hoy tras seis años de la hostia! Hoy a brindar por lo que viene!

This is the end! El Cantonet cierra hoy tras seis años de la hostia! Hoy a brindar por lo que viene!