Category: Comics

Artist Turns Trump’s Controversial Quotes Into Comic Book Covers

https://unquotabletrump.tumblr.com/post/155807269291/after-charlie-adlard   While some artists are flat-out “embarrassed” to be associated in any way with the Trumps and others jump on board the political wagon (i.e. Sylvester Stallone, who was reportedly offered a “top art job” in Trump’s administration), artist Robert Sikoryak is using the President Elect’s own words as inspiration. The NYC-based artist is taking Donald Trump’s controversial quotes… Read more →

Here’s Why ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ Almost NEVER Aired

  Back in 1965, the world first fell in love with the most pathetic little wilted evergreen tree and a stage-full of children dancing like they were possessed by the festive spirit in A Charlie Brown Christmas. While more than 15 million people watched Charlie, Snoopy and the gang search for the meaning of Christmas during its debut and though the… Read more →

U.N. Ditches Wonder Woman as an Ambassador After Major Backlash

  Look, I love Wonder Woman as much as anyone (probably more than most, in fact — female comic book characters, ftw!), but when the U.N. named her as an ambassador for women and girls back in October, I could totally understand the grumblings around the choice. Yes, Wonder Woman is kick-ass. Yes, she can be an amazing idol for… Read more →

Art from Licca Kirk (@licca_kirk)

Licca Kirk is a Filipino American illustrator with a BFA in Sequential Art from the Savannah College of Art & Design. She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia but frequents her home in northeast Georgia. Her artwork takes on the tone of the intangible world of dreams while drawing inspiration from nature, forests, imperfection, and an appreciation for the aesthetic of… Read more →

Art from Lindsay Rollins (@LukaofOrebia)

From Lindsay Rollins: Hey there! My name is Lindsay Rollins and I am a freelance Illustrator working out of Toronto Canada as well as head of marketing and illustration for small independent magazine, Funky Bento. I specialize in editorial and sequential illustration. I also have experience in digital painting, webdesign and marketing for Funky Bento Magazine. I have expert knowledge of… Read more →

Art from Marjan Buning

Born 1977, artist lives and works in Groningen, the Netherlands. Marjan Buning makes (large scale) installations containing drawings, photography and poetry. All put together to compose one work. She works on different projects at the same time such as: The Alien roadtrip photocomic series. Website     Read more →

Art from LaQuan Vincent

LaQuan Vincent was born in Queens, New York. He studied at the High School of Art & Design, and The Fashion Institute of Technology, in New York City. Majoring in Cartooning & Animation, Fine Arts and Illustration. Using abstract expression and comic-book pop art, His work that focuses on an approach to move internal feelings and mental moods. Using vibrant… Read more →

The Ramones To Rock Archie Comics

The Archie’s may have made news recently for their Hipster transformation, but don’t think that means they’ve totally lost their rockin’ edge. To keep the gangs’ cred in tact, The Ramones will be joining the Riverdale punks soon enough. The comic will be co-written by Alex Segura, (‘Archie Meets KISS’) and Matthew Rosenberg (’12 Reasons to Die’) and drawn by… Read more →

Archie’s Comics Gets a New Hipster Look

If you’ve been thinking the Archie’s comic characters need a modern-hipster-makeover (and who wasn’t, amirite?! SMH), then you’re in luck. The 75-year-old comic book character has undergone a major makeover, and his new hipster look will make its debut at the annual Comic Con event in San Diego on Wednesday. Pelham (N.Y.)-based Archie Comics is launching a new line of… Read more →