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Jedi Master Luke Skywalker by philnoto

…and that Portlandia nerd PSA of course made me think of this, from American Splendor.

beckycloonan:

sufferme:

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Hell yeah, In the company of wolves, one of the greatest werewolf movies of all time!! And one of the best transformation sequences!!

Yup, this is true. That film is amazing.

Notes On Prometheus by james lloyd

I don’t entirely agree on Prometheus, but this is beautiful, and a beautiful tribute to Archie Goodwin.

2000adonline:

thelastinterceptor:

Edmund Dehn as Judge Minty

WATCH THE SHORT FILM HERE

You should all definitely check out this brilliant fan made film!
Judge Minty Edmund Dehn
Judge Dredd Greg Staples
Director Steven Sterlacchini
Director of Photography and Digital Imagery Stephen Green
Prop and Costume Creator Daniel Carey-George of Custom Creations
Storyboards & Concepts Barry Renshaw
Written By Steven Sterlacchini & Michael Carroll, based on the work of John Wagner

Costumes by Planet Replicas.

beckycloonan:

I’ve got a Talos statue that watches over me while I work. <3I’ve said this before on here, but Harryhausen was truly one of the first influences on my art that I can remember. And I’ll never forget the time I met him at San Diego Comic Con: I told him how much of an inspiration his films have been for me, and he told me that my tattoos will never come off.RIP Ray Harryhausen. 
kierongillen:

RIP Ray Harryhausen. An absolute visionary who populated the imagination of generations. 
If I had to choose a single creature, I suspect I’d choose Talos who I’m amazed I’ve never tried to write into any of my comics. I could have made GIFs of the whole scene, but I’ll go for this gloriously creepy moment.
(From this scene)

beckycloonan:

I’ve got a Talos statue that watches over me while I work. <3

I’ve said this before on here, but Harryhausen was truly one of the first influences on my art that I can remember. And I’ll never forget the time I met him at San Diego Comic Con: I told him how much of an inspiration his films have been for me, and he told me that my tattoos will never come off.

RIP Ray Harryhausen. 

kierongillen:

RIP Ray Harryhausen. An absolute visionary who populated the imagination of generations. 

If I had to choose a single creature, I suspect I’d choose Talos who I’m amazed I’ve never tried to write into any of my comics. I could have made GIFs of the whole scene, but I’ll go for this gloriously creepy moment.

(From this scene)

ruckawriter:

wheelr:

I would be hard pressed to think of any author, artist or musician who had as much influence on my creativity when I was young, malleable and receptive, as Ray Harryhausen. He made gods, and he made monsters, and through that magic he made heroes and he made stories.

Everything I love, everything I believe about the power, the excitement, the wonder of storytelling, starts with this man painstakingly moving the bones of a walking skeleton. Watching Jason & The Argonauts and The 7th Voyage of Sinbad sparked my imagination like nothing else. Ray Harryhausen was a visionary, and I tell stories because of him. I count myself among the creatures he made.

Thank you, Ray. I will celebrate your life and work with my friends this week,   but I will also celebrate it for the rest of my days in every story that I write. It all began with you.

RIP.

Highly Illogical by Casey Weldon

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David Cronenberg and James Woods on set of Videodrome, from Neon Feb 1997 - full article here.

In my recent purge of old magazines, I found this feature/interview with David Cronenberg, from Neon magazine, Feb 1997.

Assuming this is old enough that it’s okay to post. There’s a .pdf of it here, and a .cbr of it here - the .cbr is WAY better quality.

Going through old magazines and found this HUGE Star Wars feature, from Neon magazine, Feb 1997.

Assuming this is old enough that it’s okay to post. There’s a .pdf of it here, and a .cbr of it here - the .cbr is WAY better quality.

Indiana Jones cards by Adam Hughes

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Dredd

Dredd

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