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comixology:

1980’s - Deconstruction of the Superhero
In the wake of two off beat decades, comics began to push the limits of the medium to the extreme. Stories that touched on much weightier and darker topics such as identity, police states, and the human condition. Alan Moore brought the world Watchmen and V For Vendetta and the modern Graphic Novel was born.
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comixology:

1980’s - Deconstruction of the Superhero

In the wake of two off beat decades, comics began to push the limits of the medium to the extreme. Stories that touched on much weightier and darker topics such as identity, police states, and the human condition. Alan Moore brought the world Watchmen and V For Vendetta and the modern Graphic Novel was born.


It’s #nationalcomicbookday and comiXology is giving you a crash course into the history of comics! Also head over to this page and get over 25 free comics when you use the code COMICS at checkout to help you celebrate!

comixology:

Late 1960’s - Underground Comix
In response to the strong, overbearing restrictions placed upon the medium by the Comics Code Authority, a counterculture movement grew focused around cartoonists R. Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Gary Panter, and others. Their comics focused on topics integral to the counter culture lifestyle such as recreational drug use, politics, and free love. Although seen as fringe at the time, the influences of this movement still resonate throughout even mainstream comics today. 
It’s #nationalcomicbookday and comiXology is giving you a crash course into the history of comics! Also head over to this page and get over 25 free comics when you use the code COMICS at checkout to help you celebrate!

comixology:

Late 1960’s - Underground Comix

In response to the strong, overbearing restrictions placed upon the medium by the Comics Code Authority, a counterculture movement grew focused around cartoonists R. Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Gary Panter, and others. Their comics focused on topics integral to the counter culture lifestyle such as recreational drug use, politics, and free love. Although seen as fringe at the time, the influences of this movement still resonate throughout even mainstream comics today. 


It’s #nationalcomicbookday and comiXology is giving you a crash course into the history of comics! Also head over to this page and get over 25 free comics when you use the code COMICS at checkout to help you celebrate!

santolouco:

Cover for IDW’s TMNT#39 shipping in October 2014.From solicits:Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #39Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Mateus Santolouco (a) • Santolouco, Eastman (c)The ranks of Hob’s gang are growing, and two other mutants want in… Bebop & Rocksteady!! Will they imperil the Turtles’ wary alliance with Hob? And just what the heck are Don and Harold busy building? Read on to find out!FC • 32 pages • $3.99 •Variant Cover by Ulises Farinas!
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santolouco:

Cover for IDW’s TMNT#39 shipping in October 2014.

From solicits:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #39
Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Mateus Santolouco (a) • Santolouco, Eastman (c)
The ranks of Hob’s gang are growing, and two other mutants want in… Bebop & Rocksteady!! Will they imperil the Turtles’ wary alliance with Hob? And just what the heck are Don and Harold busy building? Read on to find out!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 •Variant Cover by Ulises Farinas!

Check the clean and bigger version on Deviant Art > http://fav.me/d80h3av

Like it on Facebook > http://on.fb.me/Ye1XMg

herochan:

Happy 63rd Birthday to Actor Mark Hamill

The Elizabeth Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane, commonly referred to simply as Arkham Asylum, is a fictional psychiatric hospital in the DC Comics Universe, usually appearing in stories featuring Batman and often the Joker.

Arkam Asylum first appeared in Batman vol.1 #258 - “Threat of the Two-Headed Coin!” which was released in October of 1974. 

Mark Hamill has voiced the Joker for almost 20 years in cartoons and video games, and has been hiding Arkham in his name all along. 

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The Ataris - Boys of Summer
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readingegm:

EGM #136
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readingegm:

EGM #136

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 - Wii Shop Channel Music - Shopping Theme
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thecomicsvault:

By the incredibly talented Elena Casagrande

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laughingsquid:

A Massive & Now Complete Chart Comparing the Sizes of Famous Spaceships From Movies, TV Shows, & Video Games

ruinedchildhood:

News reporter quits on-air after relieving she was apart of Alaska’s Cannibas Club (x)

it8bit:

Happy 125th birthday Nintendo! 

Nintendo is a Japanese multinational consumer electronics company headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Founded on September 23, 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi, it originally produced handmade hanafuda playing cards. By 1963, the company had tried several small niche businesses, such as cab services and love hotels.

Abandoning previous ventures in favor of toys in the 1960s, Nintendo then developed into a video game company in the 1970s, ultimately becoming one of the most influential in the industry and Japan’s third most valuable listed company with a market value of over US$85 billion.

The name Nintendo can be roughly translated to English as “leave luck to heaven.” As of March 31, 2014, Nintendo reports lifetime sales of over 670.43 million hardware units and 4.23 billion software units. [Wiki]

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axolottl:

comic about how I’ve been feeling recently

legosaurus:

My Little AT-AT
Image by Mike Stimpson

legosaurus:

My Little AT-AT

Image by Mike Stimpson