Corey Blake

My random catch-all. Mostly silliness and randomosity that catches my eye.

For more substance, read CoreyBlake.com, friend me on Facebook, and/or follow me on Twitter (feed below). For more comic book and graphic novel stuff, check out my writings on Robot 6 and my web-magazine The Comics Observer, which is also on Facebook and Twitter.
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fantagraphics:

Best thing we’ve seen all day. www.fantagraphics.com/gooddog

comixology:

Staying up late reading some nonsense from Sam Henderson (magicwhistle). Pretty sure if I posted any pages from Magic Whistle #13 my boss would fire me, so you’re just gonna have to check it out for yourself. 

Violence!

Show the world we want a phone worth keeping! #phonebloks


http://thndr.it/15eLEMU

ungoliantschilde:

Rick Leonardi & Terry Austin ~ the Cloak and Dagger Portfolio.

Never seen these! Where did they come from? Love these characters, especially when handled by these two artists.

Very proud to have been able to cover this panel for CBR. I wish I could’ve met him.

fantagraphics:

CBR has a great recap of the Kim Thompson memorial panel at Comic-Con, including this historic bit of ephemera.

thewriterslifeforme:

This week, New Republic did a profile on Mark Millar, writer of comics like Kick-Ass, The Ultimates, Nemesis, The Authority, and many others. A big focus on the profile was the graphic violence Millar’s such a fan of — especially the graphic sexual violence. Here’s Millar’s perspective on…

Behind the scenes photos of Twin Peaks by Richard Beymer

(via supertights)

crochetallthethings:

Snailvengers! Assemble! …Slowly.

Up in the shop: [link]

(via supertights)

archaiaentertainment:

noirwhale:

Character Complexities in “The Killer” by Matz and Jacamon

A great write on The Killer vs. the definition of Noir.

A look into the psyche of the main character and how he and the story are more complex than it may first come off as. 

Remember Killer Vol. 4 is coming out this next month July!

Just recently read Vol. 1 and really enjoyed it. Looking forward to getting caught up.

johnbyrnedraws:

Namor, The Sub-Mariner #20, page 4 by John Byrne. 1991.

(via themarvelageofcomics)