Wednesday, December 30, 2015

What New Year! What Resolution! What Shadows!

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Here's a list of 47 animated films actually coming out in 2016:)

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here's also an alternate version


Cerebus Action Figure Jan 2016 update (a little early)

Xmas countdown with EJ Feddes'1989 remembrance of a Cerebus movie compared to The Simpsons. Sorta:)
From the countdown: "I was a big fat dork, and I didn’t know a single person who cared about the stuff I loved. And it wasn’t the buffet of awesome that it is now. Animation was largely dead except for toy tie-ins. There was no Pixar or Adult Swim. It was just me thinking about how awesome it would be if they made a Cerebus movie and nobody wanted to hear me talk about Cerebus. But The Simpsons, that was a popular thing that I loved. It didn’t make me cool or well-liked, but at least I could be enthusiastic about something and other people knew what I was talking about."

And another xmas counbtdown with Dave Sim as #1

The latest addition to Wall of Cerebus at the comic shop Escape Pod Comics by Claire Connelly

Monday, December 21, 2015

What Sunrise! What 2016!

Cerebus Film: "CGI clouds update" animation, creation and test render by Rob Ellis

See you in 2016!

Saturday, December 19, 2015

What Courtyard Run! What Thrunk! What High Priest!

"Cerebus running in the Wizard Courtyard" test render

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Friday, December 18, 2015

What Dawn!

"CGI sky, sun and clouds" creation, animation and test render by Rob Ellis
Ultimately character animation and landscape will be in foreground with an alpha and the sky to be applied to the background as in the examples below\


Thursday, December 17, 2015

What Clouds and Sky!

"CGI clouds and sky" created by Rob Ellis


New Gerhard drawing featuring Cerebus, Elrod and Moon Roach at the Regency Hotel with it's Elf

Self-promotion advice points out wisdom in "The Cerebus Guide To Self-Publishing"

"Comic Book Resources" looking forward to IDW's "Dave Sim's Cerebus: Cover Art Treasury" and also gives props to Gerhard in their "PipeLinks" segment (scroll down page in link)

George Peter Gatsis shares Cerebus Action Figure Dec 2015 update

"The Comics Journal" podcast interview with Dylan Horrocks: "Cerebus, on the whole, is one of the great masterpieces of comics"

Sunday, December 13, 2015

What a Time in Estarcion!

unofficial trailer just done for fun:)


First preview of "Cerebus: The Zelig Pages" featuring Jimmy Gownley's "Tanner Clark" meeting "Prince Mick" - to be a five page story.

Fargo TV series question about Dave Sim on reddit
I've been meaning to watch the show, but haven't yet - I found this image which i think might be the one referred to

Gerhard draws background for Paul Maybury's Cerebus drawing

Forbidden Planet spotlights Gerhard's Cerebus drawings

via James Smith:
Dave getting acknowledgement for ANOTHER of his many accomplishments...from the intro to Paul Pope's "the one trick rip-off+deep cuts" intro written by Charles Brownstein

Friday, December 11, 2015

What's inside the Thrunk?

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Dave Sim Weekly Update: 24,000 pounds of Cerebus arrives

Margaret Liss looks at the making of 6 year old Cerebus' first job in 1391
Here's the full finished comic as it appeared in Marvel's "Epic magazine" - now available legally on Margaret Liss' site among other Cerebus stories

Cerebus #1 on list of "The 10 Best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Crossovers"
From the listing description: "How could two of the most successful comics of the 1980s black-and-white creator-owned revolution not crossover?"

"Wolverine: Old Man Logan vol 00: Warzones!" compared to Cerebus in review

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

What Necross to Thrunk transformation!

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Cerebus in a Marvel comic. Dave Sim mentor Gene Day draws "Master of Kung Fu" page featuring Cerebus

PJ Holden artist of the graphic novel "Number Cruncher" compared to Dave Sim

The Comics Reporter spotlights Cerebus in it's feature on digital comics

Gerhard redraws a Cerebus "Church & State" scene
Spotlighted by The Comics Reporter

Cory Foster Cerebus re-read part 4

It's time to play the music...It's time to light the lights...
The one in the forefront made by Tony Basilicato, who worked on "the Muppets"

Saturday, December 5, 2015

What Dead Necross!

"Necross with an arrow in his chest" test renders

rough trailer made up of recent test renders done for fun:)


Cerebus on "The best 70s fantasy comic book characters" list

Friday, December 4, 2015

What Tavern Sequence!

sequence rough puttogether test


Heidi MacDonald's "The Beat" spotlights the remastered "Cerebus: Church and State Pt. 1" - available now!

Dave Sim Weekly Update with new intro and outro sequence by George Peter Gatsis

John Christian shares pics from his reading room

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

What Cerebus climbing down Necross Lair!

test render. Not sure what happened that made the fog so fast - didn't touch it.


Peter David Allison does another Cerebus reading performance clip

Cerebus on list of "49 fascinating and intelligent grown up graphic novels"

Max West draws Cerebus cameo in his comic "Sunnyville Stories"

The Palnu Trilogy begins...

David Branstetter sketch done at same time video clip at the top was posted (click to enlarge)