Tweet Comics artist Cameron Stewart isn’t just an Eisner-winning artist, he’s also the master of the sinister Halloween costume. Past summonings have included Patrick Bateman from AMERICAN PSYCHO, Toht from RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, and our personal favorite, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN’s Anton Chigurh (below). This year he and his girlfriend recreated PSYCHO, [...]
By Finnish artist Janne Tervamäki. Via Boing Being.
Tweet The Avengers, and Honey Boo Boo are topping this year’s Halloween costumes popularity chart, say retailers, with sales generally up this year. At Spirit Halloween in Pensacola, Manager Susan Spencer said bestselling adult costumes, meaning 15 or more sold, include superhero characters from such 2012 hits as The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers, [...]
This is frightening on so many levels. Jason is doing Nancy horror mash-ups., as reported by Mike Baehr. You can see more here.:
Okay two of our favoritest things in one post — Halloween and Ikea. No, it’s not the existential dread of assembling a Målm. It’s a hack of an old lamp painted black and turned into a ghostie forest! Brrrrrr.
Just as we dreamed about it.
very envious of his autumn leaves. Here all we get is snow for Halloween.
Snowtober didn’t drive them away, and now that the weather has warmed up again, Occupy Wall Street is going strrong — and now with added superheroes. but not just any superheroes, but the characters from THE ADVENTURES OF UNEMPLOYED MAN, a GN anthology that came out last year. Written by Gan Golan and Erich Origen, the book was way ahead of all this 1% vs 99% rhetoric with the story of an unemployed man who gathers a team of misfit superheroes to fight the self-interested villains from the Hall of Just Us. (And why not be way ahead of it since income inequality has been a looming issue for years?)
Let’s face it, nothing says Halloween like Hellboy by Mike Mignola.
At a time of similar hopelessness and when people are actually asking if Brutalist architecture contributed to the UK Riots, it’s good to revisit this classic from the Specials. When I first watched this video I thought it was a modern remake as it looks so current and timeless, but apparently it’s from 1981, and directed by the late Barney Bubbles, a designer who killed himself a few years later.