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dailyfantastic:

FF #114:
Yup! After a long hiatus, THE YANCY STREET GANG are back to their “sending anon hate mail” ways.
Don’t ever change, Yancy Streeters. Don’t ever change.

Don’t tell nobody I told ya, but I hear they’re the masterminds o’ the current plot against the FF in the Robinson & Kirk run…

dailyfantastic:

FF #114:

Yup! After a long hiatus, THE YANCY STREET GANG are back to their “sending anon hate mail” ways.

Don’t ever change, Yancy Streeters. Don’t ever change.

Don’t tell nobody I told ya, but I hear they’re the masterminds o’ the current plot against the FF in the Robinson & Kirk run…

docshaner:

SpaaaAAAAaaAAaaaaAaace.

Wow!  How the heck did you get that effect?

docshaner:

SpaaaAAAAaaAAaaaaAaace.

Wow!  How the heck did you get that effect?

dailyfantastic:

FF #113:
Ben Grimm has a valuable lesson for all of you out there.

Yours Truly is certainly a deep sorta fella.

dailyfantastic:

FF #113:

Ben Grimm has a valuable lesson for all of you out there.

Yours Truly is certainly a deep sorta fella.

dailyfantastic:

By the way, here’s the round-up of everyone else’s thoughts re: Civil War. I posted some other ones this morning, so check back if you’re interested. Thanks for chiming in, guys! I love hearing from everyone. (Sorry this wasn’t FF themed, but honestly, I doubt any follower of this blog only likes the FF and doesn’t care even a little about the Avengers.)

SO to run through, quickly:

drfurball: That seems logical.

centipede-damascus: I guess I know who the Iron Man fan of this group is. But yeah, I’d heard Tony got a little ridiculous in this arc.

colonel-chicken: I’m telling you: Disney makes popular musicals, Disney makes popular superhero films—it doesn’t take Reed Richards to make this connection.

highaltitudedreams: That sounds really interesting. Like I said, though, I wonder if the MCU has enough characters to make moments like that really shine (and similarly, I wonder if a good-yet-stereotypical Hollywood big budget film is the right environment).

twofacetoo: That’s the best thing I could hope for, assuming the rumor is true. Just don’t derail Cap 3 for this. Make it a stinger and give me time to complain.

Also, pal of the blog and giant orange rock monster evrlvnbluidthng responded as well, but I can’t seem to find his response. If you get this, Ben, shoot me your message again.

Here’s what I tried to say, a quote from a article a buddy o’ mine wrote regarding Cap 3:

The piece also makes some interesting observations about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: first, that there are no secret identities to fight over, so Civil War will have to be somewhat reshaped in order to make “sense” in the MCU. Still, the idea that Tony Stark feels responsible for the events of Age of Ultron — his purported reason for being pro-registration in the Civil War storyline in the movies — makes more sense than the one they had in the comics.

tytempleton:

The Thing, convention sketch at Denver Comic Con, June 2014.
I’d asked Keiren to get me some coloured markers to use—just some reds and blues to give some pop to superhero outfits. She’d got me a few different fleshtone possibilities, but pinks and browns, no orange. I was so pleased with how this (and the Scarlet Witch) turned out that I bought more colours for FanExpo sketches. Think I’ll continue doing colours for future cons.

tytempleton:

The Thing, convention sketch at Denver Comic Con, June 2014.

I’d asked Keiren to get me some coloured markers to use—just some reds and blues to give some pop to superhero outfits. She’d got me a few different fleshtone possibilities, but pinks and browns, no orange. I was so pleased with how this (and the Scarlet Witch) turned out that I bought more colours for FanExpo sketches. Think I’ll continue doing colours for future cons.

calamityjonsaveus:

I am super-proud to announce the publication of my first book,The League of Regrettable Superheroes from Quirk Books, debuting June 2, 2015!
You may know that I’ve been running a blog since the late 1990s called Gone&Forgotten, which covers the lowest, the worst, the most ignored and the most ridiculous comic books of the last eighty years. You may also know that I was on This American Life once to talk about the superheroes who never made it big. 
Well, the nice folks at Quirk thought there’d be a pretty good book in that, so earlier this year I completed a collection of entries on 100 of the most unfortunate, amazing and unbelievable near-misses in the history of superhero comics! “From Atoman to Zippo,” as they say in the promo material, and 98 more, including such weirdos and what-the-hecks as The Red Bee, Nature Boy, Brother Voodoo, Mother Hubbard, Detective Eye and many more!The book debuts next year, but the promotional push starts now, so check out the link and, you know, bear with me because I’m going to be talking about this for like the next eight months nonstop!
( If you’d like, you can also pre-order the book on Amazon! Dang! )

calamityjonsaveus:

I am super-proud to announce the publication of my first book,The League of Regrettable Superheroes from Quirk Books, debuting June 2, 2015!

You may know that I’ve been running a blog since the late 1990s called Gone&Forgotten, which covers the lowest, the worst, the most ignored and the most ridiculous comic books of the last eighty years. You may also know that I was on This American Life once to talk about the superheroes who never made it big.

Well, the nice folks at Quirk thought there’d be a pretty good book in that, so earlier this year I completed a collection of entries on 100 of the most unfortunate, amazing and unbelievable near-misses in the history of superhero comics! “From Atoman to Zippo,” as they say in the promo material, and 98 more, including such weirdos and what-the-hecks as The Red Bee, Nature Boy, Brother Voodoo, Mother Hubbard, Detective Eye and many more!

The book debuts next year, but the promotional push starts now, so check out the link and, you know, bear with me because I’m going to be talking about this for like the next eight months nonstop!

( If you’d like, you can also pre-order the book on Amazon! Dang! )

reillybrown:

Here’s a sketch of Sue Storm from the Fantastic Four.

Beautiful.

reillybrown:

Here’s a sketch of Sue Storm from the Fantastic Four.

Beautiful.

docshaner:

There’s a five-page preview of FLASH GORDON #6 up at CBR, which comes out this Wednesday. This issue features a proper introduction to the Hawkmen. Words by Jeff Parker, lines by me, colors by Jordie Bellaire, letters by Simon Bowland. COME GET SOME.

docshaner:

There’s a five-page preview of FLASH GORDON #6 up at CBR, which comes out this Wednesday. This issue features a proper introduction to the Hawkmen. Words by Jeff Parker, lines by me, colors by Jordie Bellaire, letters by Simon Bowland. COME GET SOME.

Yours Truly Makes a Good Point…
If you don’t want to see Fantastic Four cancelled, then you oughtta be buyin’ the title.

Source

Yours Truly Makes a Good Point…

If you don’t want to see Fantastic Four cancelled, then you oughtta be buyin’ the title.

Source

colonel-chicken:

All things considered though, this looks to be one of Land’s better pieces.
Yeah, I agree. If you don’t look to close, it l loooks pretty good. The anatomy isn’t broken (there is something weird going on with ue’s shoulders though), and even the faces are okay for a Land’s cover.

#WhyAreWeMakingLegitimatePointsInTheHashtagsWhereItsAPainInTheRearToReadThem?