Happy Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Mark Evanier, Kirby: King of Comics (via nerdhapley)
It’s Jack Kirby’s birthday, so here’s that story of him being bad ass all of the time.
‘BEE AND PUPPYCAT’ CREATOR NATASHA ALLEGRI TALKS ART, ANIME, SPARKLES AND DESSERT [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
By Juliet Kahn
Natasha Allegri is leading a movement. A quiet, earnest, doe-eyed movement to be sure, but one that is unstoppable, and unquestioningly vital. Bee and Puppycat, her already widely beloved series produced for Frederator’s Cartoon Hangover channel, is about to relaunch, to widespread fan salivation. Her social media accounts swell with more and more followers every day. Puppycat plushes and inflatable swords were everywhere at San Diego Comic-Con, as was cosplay and fan art.
Allegri’s work, in its sincere, unfailingly sweet way, has announced to the world that animation aimed at an adult (or at least teen) female audience is not just viable — it is a verified path to critical and commercial success. ComicsAlliance sat down with her at SDCC to discuss her success, the importance of cuteness, and what we can expect from the new Bee and Puppycat animated series.
Pokémon Power Vol. 1, August 1998 (pages 1-10)
I’ll be scanning and posting more of these in the near future. Enjoy the nostalgia!
I had this before I got the game and the vision I had of what Pokemon was, before I had ever even played it, still feels like the purest form of it, to me. I want to live in the feeling I get from looking at this
Various foods from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, by Konami.