Saturday, December 29, 2007

Cocoa the Clown Photoshop Classics

Stuff I made about Cocoa the Clown

Cocoa Comics Seal

Some lost Steve Ditko art featuring the Silver Age Cocoa with the supervillians Areola the Mermaid and The Vibrator.

My crappy entry in the Cocoa contest.

Cocoa the Clown is the Property of Saint Amaimon

Friday, December 28, 2007

classic drawings and such


Cocoa the Clown

kaiju classic photoshop

custom t-shirt I made for Daikaiju show in Nashville.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Communist Icons (Photshop Classics Continue)

Castro is still hip. Che is even on shirts at the mall.

Who else can cash in on these trends?

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Monday, December 17, 2007

The Irony of the Fish

When I created this, it was just a funny Lovecraft inspired take on the "Jesus Fish".

Then I was reading up about the origins of the fish symbol and found that many evangelicals teach the fish symbol as evil, because it comes from a satanic, evil, pagan deity....


The circle is complete.

Thursday, November 01, 2007

umm i dunno

playing with feeds. more later.

Monday, August 06, 2007

Michael Vick might want to look into this?

What do you do with your out of control Football Professional?

Well here in Nashville, we send them to become a Pro-rassler!

Pacman Jones to play slap ass with other men.

For those of you who do not know, Pacman Jones was suspended for the upcoming football season with the Titans for some run ins with the law, including a fairly brutal assault at a Las Vegas Strip Club.

Welcome to Bizarro World!



Sunday, June 17, 2007

Stupid people in comic land (x-posted from lj)

Fandom is even more wanktastic than the comics they read.

There is some hillariously fabricated controversy now about the new printing of "Marvel Zombies" collection that has a parody cover of one of the Mary Jane covers.

The funniest arguement is that it is horrible to use a cover of a comic from a kid or teen friendly comic book as a gory zombie image parody.

Excuse me? Hasn't every "Marvel Zombies" cover been from a kid/teen friendly book?

My own childhood makes the case. Here is a parody of a comic from when I was 8.

X-Men 141 becomes Army of Darkness Vs Marvel Zombies.

Just in case your personal continuity has been retconned into believeing that me reading this at 8 was not appropriate.
More examples.

From when I was 11. Secret Wars #1 redone as Marvel Zombies. OMG NOOOOO! KID FRIENDLY COMIC!!

my last example, from the early 60's, well before I was born. But I read the story inside from one of those Stan Lee books when I was about 9 or 10.

Avengers #4 ala Marvel Zombies.

So, do adult geeks think that all these old comics I read as a child were not for children too? Maybe it is slightly Marvel's fault for marketing most of its line to the select sliver of grown up fanpeoples now.
But I suspect the whole line of thinking is pure geek ego, thinking that somehow the literature of their childhood was more contemporary and sophisticated than children's literature of today. Just because they still buy comics, they think that comics belong to them. It is like that sad 40 year old everyone knows, that never grew out of a adolescent mentality. You know, the one that uses age as the only gage by which they have authority. Still stuck on those High School glory days. Comic fandom is that guy.

(Come to think of it, the only people I know who read those Mary Jane books.... are grown ups too.)

Sunday, June 10, 2007

now I lay me down to sleep

It is Sunday. Time for your prayers children.

Saturday, June 09, 2007

Dirty Black Summer

thekamisama has gone AWOL. It is believed that he may have fallen in with a group of middle eastern radicals. He now claims to be their new spiritual leader and is calling for a holy war. Approach with caution.

These are the last known pictures of thekamisama.

Shortly before his disappearance.

Becoming indoctrinated into his new cult.

Photo of thekamisama as Evil Magus of his cult. Many Bothan spies died to bring us this information.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

great moments in comic history (a continuing feature?)

In the first of what may be an ongoing feature. I present what I think are great, but sometimes unrecognized, moments in the history of the American Comic Book.

Up first, we get a bit of a preview of the 2007 summer movie season. From way back in 1985!

The Transformers meet Spider-man in his black symbiote costume! Yes two decades before Michael Bay or Tobey Maquire. Megatron totally gets his ass handed to him by Spider-man!

Seems some "fuddy duddy" at Marvel Comics now claims that this book "doesn't exist" (right, lets see, a fictional story is somehow less real...?) But that is the kind of crap that the nerds can argue about. Fuck that "continuity" noise, this was the ultimate comic for the average 11 year old back in the day.

This would lead to all sorts of other weird and funky Transformer crossovers later at Marvel, including G. I. Joe, Secret Wars 2, and the Marvel UK character Death's Head had a semi regular role in Transformers. Death's Head later became cult-famous for bouncing around the Universe and later running into no less than Britain's top modern Scifi television character, Doctor Who, as well as American comic characters like the Fantastic Four and She Hulk .

In a way, Transformers #3 could be seen as a lynchpin to a larger cohesive whole. A "Wold Newton" literary device in four colors. But why try to get so serious and heady about it? This was just good old fun comics!

Monday, June 04, 2007


I love getting fan-mail!

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Sunday, June 03, 2007

crazy... crazy for feeling..

God damn I might need to go see a doctor.

I get these weird pains or pressures in my back, they don't really hurt, they are just uncomfortable.

Then at times, they are followed by phantom memories, amalgamations of random chemical impressions in my brain that sort of just come out at once. It usually takes me a minute or two to think about the "flash" and realize that there is no good reason why I should remember something like that. Then I loose it.

I assume they are connected. Since the physical sensation and the jumbled memories happen about at the same time. Perhaps it is a sort of "bio-feedback" from misfiring nerves? then when it gets back to my brain and fires the wrong areas, my brain tries to reassemble the thoughts in a cognative narrative, much like a waking dream.

It is a little scary at times, trying to figure out how, where, and why you remember these things. Then you figure it out only a few moments later, and sort of disassemble the parts back to the proper places.

My memory is going to hell too. I am way too young for this shit.

(I am going to try to remember the "randoms" and write them down when I can. They fade fast.. but every one left me with the impression that it was wacky and entertaining. Might make good story fodder.)

Saturday, June 02, 2007


Since I know this guy, I will spam his comic book out to the masses.

I already did it before. When he was the colorist on Atomik Mike.

Now he has a new comic that he is coloring for Moonstone. It is titled "C.L.A.S.H.", which is an acronym for Citizens League Against Super Humans.

It basically looks like a Sci-Fi anti-spandex book, but instead of the witty and purposely offensive work of Garth Ennis, this book seems more inclinded to rely on old fashioned over the top action and break-neck plot.

A bit of a preview.

colors by Barry Williams.
for my new freinds on blogger

This book is boss. You should buy it.

Leonie Smith will be famous one day, you should get her first book while you still can.
Another 'real life superhero' post
Decades after the Code began. Here in the day and age of edgy supermen funny books. Perhaps Wertham is being proven right? Can you can only have so much sexism, violation, and rape in comic books before it explodes out into the vunerable minds of grown up perverts?
Doctor Dressed As Super Hero Accused Of Sex Assault

A Central Florida doctor is accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a costume party while he was dressed as the super hero Captain America

Raymond Adamcik was arrested Saturday night at the On Tape Café and Lounge and booked at the Melbourne Police Department while still wearing blue tights and Captain America head gear. "It was just a group of doctors that were traveling throughout the city going from bar to bar," Melbourne police representative Jill Fredricksen said. Authorities said Adamcik was in possession of a large burrito and drugs. "While in the restroom, he attempted to flush a bag of marijuana as well as a joint down the toilet," Fredrickson said. Police said they were able to recover a joint from the toilet but the bag was flushed, the report said. The doctor now faces drug and battery charges in connection with the incident.

I would say this whole thing validates the "Iron Man" side of that whole Civil War comic. But someone just emailed me a link I am investigating about a drunk driver being arrested dressed as ole shellhead...

News at 11!

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Saturday, February 24, 2007

where the fuck have you been?

fucking around on the internet has me wondering why I am not doing anything with blogger anymore.

more later.