Lots of questions this week that either contain a spoiler in the body of the question or say something really nasty about a fellow creator in the body the question.
I’m not going to answer those questions because I don’t want to spoil and I don’t want to even inadvertently disrespect another creator… even if I would be defending them in the answer. I think even posting the question is a little disrespectful.
 I won’t even do it to creators I am profoundly disgusted by. I’m not interested in putting the kind of energy out in the world and I’m doubly not interested in feeding the flailing gossip beast 
 so think about that when you’re asking me what you want to ask. I absolutely love hearing from you and some of them are good questions I just can’t post them without ruining somebody else’s day

Lots of questions this week that either contain a spoiler in the body of the question or say something really nasty about a fellow creator in the body the question.

I’m not going to answer those questions because I don’t want to spoil and I don’t want to even inadvertently disrespect another creator… even if I would be defending them in the answer. I think even posting the question is a little disrespectful.

 I won’t even do it to creators I am profoundly disgusted by. I’m not interested in putting the kind of energy out in the world and I’m doubly not interested in feeding the flailing gossip beast 

 so think about that when you’re asking me what you want to ask. I absolutely love hearing from you and some of them are good questions I just can’t post them without ruining somebody else’s day

asker

razrd asked: I get nervous when meeting artists/writers at cons no matter how unknown or famous and it obviously shows cause I get starstruck and flustered. Do fan reactions like that get frowned upon in the industry?

Just remember that we are all fans and true lovers of this medium and   that we probably have a lot more in common with each other than do with the people in our normal everyday life

 and listen don’t think for a second that the less jaded of us professionals don’t lose our shit over things as well.

 don’t think for a second think that I don’t quietly freak out while things like this are happening

asker

Anonymous asked: Do you ever answer with Bill Murray gifs? Bill Murray gifs are awesome.

sequentialsmart:

Pages from Scarlet, written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Alex Maleev.

It’s a truly stand-out comic that can turn something as basic as introducing a character’s back story, into a visually memorable sequence.  

At first glace, it just looks like fifteen panels in standard layout. But it’s really fifteen snapshots of the defining moments and characteristics in Scarlet’s life to date. Note that the last panel of a Portland landmark, which breaks the rhythm established so far, is enlarged to emphasize the most telling quality about her.

It’s exposition done as only a comic can do.

https://www.comixology.com/Scarlet/comics-series/4532

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BATMAN ADVENTURES HOLIDAY SPECIAL #1 (Jan. 1995)"Jolly Ol’ St. Nicholas"Art by Bruce Timm

BATMAN ADVENTURES HOLIDAY SPECIAL #1 (Jan. 1995)
"Jolly Ol’ St. Nicholas"
Art by Bruce Timm

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1) Marlon Brando/Jor-El/Colonel Walter E. Kurtz by Phil Noto on Tumblr

2) Superman by Alex Ross (gif)

3) Batman by Dave McKean

4) Batman vs. Bane by Mike Deodato Jr. on Tumblr

5) World’s Finest by Adam Hughes

6) Spider-Man & Mary Jane Watson by Gabriele Dell’Otto

7) Matt Murdock, Peter Parker & James Howlett by Alex Maleev

8)  Ultimate Spider-Man #125 Cover by Stuart Immonen on Tumblr

9) Spidermanby ~Peter-v-Nguyen

10) Spider-Man by Adi Granov on Tumblr

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drdavidmrmack:


Daredevil v2 #17, art by David Mack

Daredevil: Wake Up.  DD 16-19.  Brian Bendis’ first run on Daredevil.
Sort of Book ends Daredevil: End of Days in its own way. 
More here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/David-Mack/21231086294?ref=hl&sk=photos_albums

drdavidmrmack:

Daredevil v2 #17, art by David Mack

Daredevil: Wake Up.  DD 16-19.  Brian Bendis’ first run on Daredevil.

Sort of Book ends Daredevil: End of Days in its own way. 

More here:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/David-Mack/21231086294?ref=hl&sk=photos_albums

Gilbert Hernandez, “BEM” page from Love and Rockets #1

Gilbert Hernandez, “BEM” page from Love and Rockets #1

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Daredevil by Alex Maleev

Daredevil by Alex Maleev

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Infinite Comic #3 Gamora

Art by Michael Del Mundo 

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The Silver Surfer by Jack Kirby (from Fantastic Four #72)

The Silver Surfer by Jack Kirby (from Fantastic Four #72)

Neo-Tokyo in Akira by Otomo

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