BENDIS!

Sep 18

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Vintage House Ad - Fun And Games Magazine

Vintage House Ad - Fun And Games Magazine

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Miracleman #15 cover
by John Totleben
"Sam - Let Loose & PULL NO PUNCHES."

Miracleman #15 cover

by John Totleben

"Sam - Let Loose & PULL NO PUNCHES."

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Ultimate Spider-Man - For Your Eye Only

Ultimate Spider-Man - For Your Eye Only

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Catwoman by Steve Rude

Catwoman by Steve Rude

(Source: xombiedirge, via ginchycomics)

USA Today has the first look at our kick ass cast for the live-action Powers TV show coming this winter to the PlayStation network
http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2014/09/16/powers-tv-exclusive-first-look/15712229/
Every PSN user in the US will receive the first episode of Powers for free and PlayStation Plus members will be able to view the entire season for free.
All volumes of the Eisner award-winning Powers series are available through Marvel/icon or digitally through comixology.  yum yum.
https://www.comixology.com/Powers-Vol-1/comics-series/4546

USA Today has the first look at our kick ass cast for the live-action Powers TV show coming this winter to the PlayStation network

http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2014/09/16/powers-tv-exclusive-first-look/15712229/

Every PSN user in the US will receive the first episode of Powers for free and PlayStation Plus members will be able to view the entire season for free.

All volumes of the Eisner award-winning Powers series are available through Marvel/icon or digitally through comixology.  yum yum.

https://www.comixology.com/Powers-Vol-1/comics-series/4546

(Source: brianmichaelbendis)

Anonymous said: Any plans for Emma Frost?

bloatedeffingrage:

brianmichaelbendis:

Why are you pointing at gender bent Emma Frost’s wiener?

to be fair, i am not pointing at his weiner, i am pointing at the small honey baked ham he has put in front of his weiner

Elektra: Assassin #1
  “Hell and Back”
by
Frank Miller & Bill Sienkiewicz
released by Epic on August 1, 1986

Elektra: Assassin #1

  “Hell and Back”

by

Frank Miller & Bill Sienkiewicz

released by Epic on August 1, 1986

(Source: comicparanoia, via fuckyeahbillsienkiewicz)

Anonymous said: I need another book to read while i wait for new uncanny x-men, any suggestions?

demon by jason shiga

Anonymous said: Hey Brian, is there any particular reason why Image is distributing the Powers script book instead of Icon?

Because when you think I am going to zig i zag all over the place.

 that sounded more disgusting than I meant it to

Anonymous said: How many of the questions you receive that you don't answer are just people complaining about characters being written in a way they don't like, being killed off or continuity errors?

Not as many as the people who write those letters think.

 mostly it’s quite beautiful feelings being expressed at me about a great many subjects. I just don’t have a good gif set for that :-)

 I will say I would like to go the rest my life without somebody with a blank tumblr telling me that they speak for everyone. :-)

empaya-comics said: Dear Mr. Bendis, you´ve been an artist, caricaturist and writer - you´ve started as a "typical starving artist" and now you oversee huge summer blockbuster comics events (and movies) : what are (in your opinion) the top 5 mistakes to avoid, when creating comics?

I only consult on huge summer blockbusters but I appreciate your niceness

 I go over a lot of this in my book words for pictures but I think the top five avoidable mistakes when creating anything are:

 don’t try to make something you think everybody wants,  make something you want. there’s no such thing as something everybody in the world wants and you can drive yourself insane trying to reach for something that doesn’t exist

 be clear. clarity. clarity of storytelling. clarity of thought. I see a great many people trying to be clever and in their cleverness they lose the most important thing which is clarity.

 show yourself. don’t hide. put yourself on the page. those things that embarrass you about yourself are the things that most people will identify with. use your work to make yourself feel better and the only way to do that to pick at the mental scabs

 ask yourself, and be truthful with yourself: would you buy this?

 put the draft away away for a while and come back to it with fresh eyes.