Saturday, February 18, 2017

What Throne!

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"Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought'  - from the review: "Sim always had a way with a punchline: this is funny - if you were ever a fan then you really ought to get it"

Friday, February 17, 2017

What Guarded Guard?

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Dave Sim taking "Cerebus in hell?" parody cover suggestions
here's one suggestion so far

"The Amazing Cerebus #1", "WatchVark #1" and "The Vark Knight Returns #1" a sneak peek at covers in-progress!

All new "Cerebus in hell?" comic strips!

Dave Sim Weekly Update: Rick Veitch's Spotted Stone, Rob Walton's new Ragmop and a Cerebus/Starchy The Dark Spud Crossover!

Craig Strzelecki creator of the comic "Citrusman" draws Cerebus

Anna Fröhling drawings of Cerebus

And Cerebus continues his guest appearance in the comic Sunnyville Stories

Gary Boyarski share a fun fact: Google puts Dave Simat the top of the list when you search "famous comic creators".

Thursday, February 16, 2017

What Anger!

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"Cerebus in hell?" issue #1 now in comic stores
Review from "Comics Alliance":
" essentially confirms my fear that we are hurtling at breakneck speed towards total global absurdity. Fortunately Dave Sim and Cerebus do absurd well. Dave is without a doubt a master of the comics form. And even with a non-working wrist, using funky collage techniques, and trapping his character in the two-up-two-down hegemony of Garfield, Sim’s skills for timing, dialogue and comedy are still on display in this series of goofy comics industry in-jokes, ruminations on eternal suffering, and Guns N’ Roses lyrics."

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

What Spinning!

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A shoutout from Dave Sim himself on our adaptation of issue 5 in the comments section of "A Moment of Cerebus" blog

Dave Sim Weekly Update: The Cerebus Stamp Coming Soon!

Cerebus all new online comic strips

Fan shares latest Cerebus tattoo

Cerebus headlines major Italian comics site

Cerebus review from Japan continues with "Jaka's Story" and "Melmoth" - from the guy behind the "Akira Toriyama (creator of Dragon Ball) Super Database".
Jaka's Story - from the review: "The entire story is hilarious and sad in turns, and the ending is a shocker. It's a very fast read, even though it's a couple hundred pages long. It's a great book and highly recommended"
Melmoth - from the review: "If you're a Cerebus fan, you may be disappointed that Cerebus is still not the central character again. Still, it's a great book, the story flows fast, and the artwork is fantastic. Highly recommended."

Gerhard draws new Cerebus background

Thursday, February 9, 2017

What sky limit?

"CGI clouds progress" by Rob Ellis

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

What Trotu W'arr!

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Carl Smith is doing a reread of all the Cerebus comic issues and has already started with the first one, which our film is based on - some of his observations and musings closely mirror my own.