You’ve made it this far… six issues of carnage, fisticuffs and shoot ‘em ups. Our first arc is behind us but the story is far from over. This time around we take a chance to find out a little more about our Copra guys and gals. The story’s called “Personal Files” and it’s… well, I hate to describe it as quiet because someone gets shot, someone gets burned, and someone is violently choked (as opposed to gently choked). You get the idea: the title says it all.
ATTENTION ATTENTION: This weekend at CAKE in Chicago will be the LAST show where I will be selling copies of SOCK II. I am bringing all my remaining copies with me. If you’ve been waiting, wait no longer. Now’s the time. BUY IT BUY IT.
Wish I were there… Wish I could see this book for myself!!!
When I leave Japan, I’m going to treasure this blog even more. I’d buy a book of these photographs if I could.
This sequence is cool, but I did it a little different in the finished version.
Submissions are now open for Foxing Quarterly’s fourth issue (September 2013).
You can read our guidelines and submit here.
This fantastic submissions poster was designed by cartoonist Ryan Cecil Smith.
You can check out more of his work here.
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Heh heh heh…
In the future, this kind of thing will be done with computers…
….thanks to Mrs. Smith!
Artist: Ryan Cecil Smith
表現法: コミックス ＆ リソグラフ印刷
Comics are a temporal medium. They portray the passage of time, but the images are frozen. Comics can be enjoyed easily by anyone, but every culture has its own customs for reading them.
These comics are inspired by older Japanese comics from the 1960’s and 70’s. Matsumoto Leiji and Umezu Kazuo shared exciting, strange, new feelings with their readers. I love to experience these feelings and share them with my readers in my stories.
Art show - a variety of things to fit in 4 feet or so of wall. Tomorrow at Kobe Art Village. Info
I’m going to put some of my comics and drawings (and maybe…. a painting or two?????) up for display in Kobe, on March 25. I’m thinking of putting up two or three pages from each of the books I’ve done while in Japan. Boy, when I put it that way, it sounds actually interesting (to me)! Okay, I’m psyched. Come and “like” it!