I’ve enjoyed Black Hammer from Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston and was happy to pick up the new spin-off miniseries, Sherlock Frankenstein and the Legion of Evil.
When I glanced at the variant cover by the ever awesome Mike Mignola, I couldn’t help but think I’d seen it before, and it only took a moment for me to remember where:
The Amazing Screw On Head is a great collection of short stories but the similarity between the two main characters makes me wonder if Mignola was maybe rushed for time and re-used some old art?
Either way, they’re both great covers.
Finished the annotations for Bloodbath #1, the two part end of the Bloodlines crossover, and will be starting #2 as soon as.
Once that’s done, a couple of side projects that are connected and then the whole thing will be up, hopefully by the end of the month.
It should come as no surprise now that my Lego minifigure habit is in full swing; I’ve even done some silly web comics with them.
So, while perusing the site a friend recommended (damn you, Spike!) I came across a weird mash-up figure that just proves that you can make clowns even scarier than they are already.
Yep, someone, somewhere had the bright idea of merging creepy Ronald McDonald . . . with Heath Ledger’s Joker face.
Just in case that gives you the chills and you need something to calm down with, how about the campest supervillain in the world:
Yes, of course I ordered one, but look at that promotional image – I don’t know if it’s the raised leg, the tilted head or the overall design, but Parallax looks positively divine, darling!