comixology:

Sacrifice #1 by samhumphries

What happens when you’re ripped from the 21st century and thrown into the middle of one of the greatest — and most bloodthirsty — civilizations in human history? How do you survive a strange world of war, blood, sacrifice, and death?

Join Hector, a dude on a one-way trip through the past, the present, and the psychedelic into the the glory of the Aztec Empire in SACRIFICE

**To celebrate comiXology’s Creator of the Week, Sam Humphries, we’re giving you Sacrifice #1 for FREE when you head over to comixology.com/redeem and use the code HUMPHRIES.**

You will also receive another creator-owned comic by Sam called Our Love Is Real

Follow Sam on twitter & here on tumblr: samhumphries 

Promo code expires 10/14 at 11:59pm EDT. 

comiXology’s Creator of the Week highlights one of our favorite people in comics starting each Monday.

(via samhumphries)

entertainmentweekly:

Here’s the official artwork for Marvel’s ‘Deathlok #2.’ More details HERE.

Tom Whalen.

entertainmentweekly:

Here’s the official artwork for Marvel’s ‘Deathlok #2.’ More details HERE.

Tom Whalen.

(via jkparkin)

jcopland:

My very first POP print will be on sale at Rose City.
Lines by me
Colours by Pete Toms

jcopland:

My very first POP print will be on sale at Rose City.

Lines by me

Colours by Pete Toms

(via sethandrewjacob)

Oh hey, the logo I did for Valiant’s Quantum & Woody Must Die! is public.

Via NYCC EXCLUSIVE: Asmus & Lieber Proclaim “Quantum and Woody Must Die!” - Comic Book Resources

comicsreporter:

the artist and writer jim starlin turns a very cosmic 65 years old today

G.O.A.T.

(via highway62)

idwcomics:

Powerpuff Girls Super Smash-Up! #1 Cover by Derek Charm

Oh hey! I did this logo!

idwcomics:

Powerpuff Girls Super Smash-Up! #1 Cover by Derek Charm

Oh hey! I did this logo!

This won’t be popular to say, but I think if you see criticism as an overture of friendship or even as a way of negotiating status within a specific world — hell, if you see art that way — you’re more likely to get some of that tossed back your way and care when you do. If you see these things as a job and a duty, both art and responding to art, I think over time that the reactions you get will have greater power in that context than in the other. Some people are going to like you and some people are going to dislike you, but I’ve benefited over the years from a lot of people realizing that this is what I do and what I owe them is the seriousness with which I take it, not a thumb pointing in one direction or another. Similarly, I want everyone to do as well as possible, even if they’ve made art or decisions with which I strongly disagree.
The Comics Reporter
DESIGN AND/OR COMICS.


Curated by Dylan Todd.

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