Read a book.
spaceleech:

Hey you! Yeah, YOU! Are you gonna be at Otakon this year?
Then come check out the panel I’m doing with japanese-bird-dad, DESTROY ALL GIANT MONSTERS A GO GO!
We’re gonna talk kaiju movies, show some clips and make your life the richer for  seeing it.
It starts on Friday, August 8 at 4:15 in Panel 6 at the Hilton. Be there and be square!

Tell your friends. Impress them with your knowledge of upcoming panels and man-child conventions.

spaceleech:

Hey you! Yeah, YOU! Are you gonna be at Otakon this year?

Then come check out the panel I’m doing with japanese-bird-dad, DESTROY ALL GIANT MONSTERS A GO GO!

We’re gonna talk kaiju movies, show some clips and make your life the richer for  seeing it.

It starts on Friday, August 8 at 4:15 in Panel 6 at the Hilton. Be there and be square!

Tell your friends. Impress them with your knowledge of upcoming panels and man-child conventions.

WHY HASN’T ANYONE BOUGHT THE US RIGHTS TO THIS? IF DISCOTEK CAN MAKE MONEY OFF OF MADBULL 34, IT CAN MAKE MONEY OFF OF THIS!

Seriously, if you can, check out Minoru Kawasaki’s other films.  The Calamari Wrestler is an amazingly fun movie about a squid who is also a pro wrestler.  That sentence should be enough reason to seek it out.  Executive Koala is a fever dream.

Shelf porn. Just rearranged some stuff and felt like sharing.

Not pictured: a ton of regular novels and trades that I haven’t had shelf space for. Why? WHY CANT I FIND A HOME FOR TRANSMET, PREACHER, AND DOOM PATROL?

You know, whenever these vapid entertainment news shows do something on women losing weight, they love to highlight how they were bullied for it in school. They paint this scenario like losing weight got them out of the crosshairs and everything’s cool now.

How about focusing on how to not make teenagers act like shit-heels, instead of one housewife who decided to diet?

When I’m bored at work, I like to draw old people or ghosts. Today, I did both.

"TOO MUCH"

This might be my favorite purchase as an adult.

spaceleech:

Some of you might remember that the Gamecube was first called Project Dolphin, but did you know it was at one point an actual dolphin? Really! Just read this comic that isn’t in English.
Weekly Famitsu No. 551, 1999.

Johnny Mnemonic was actually an allegory for Nintendo’s creative process.  Seriously. Look it up.

spaceleech:

Some of you might remember that the Gamecube was first called Project Dolphin, but did you know it was at one point an actual dolphin? Really! Just read this comic that isn’t in English.

Weekly Famitsu No. 551, 1999.

Johnny Mnemonic was actually an allegory for Nintendo’s creative process.  Seriously. Look it up.

radioactivemongoose:

so many people who are attempting to be counter-culture and progressive and liberal don’t like fight club because they think it’s an oversexed white male dominance fantasy and that’s exactly right. that’s what fight club is cutting at and making fun of

that boxy chested…

I rarely reblog stuff, but this hit the nail on the head. I’ve read a good deal of Palahniuk, despite most of his recent stuff leaving me underwhelmed. The one thing I can say about his work is that he never makes his characters good people; sure, they might recognize what’s wrong with them and might work to change it, but they’re consistently flawed and usually deplorable. To rally behind Tyler Durden is to admit that you’re a scumbag that refuses to change and would rather hide behind a bullshit contrarian stance.

I’m sure I’m missing a decent character somewhere, but I haven’t read some of his stuff in almost a decade. I went straight to the protagonists of Choke and Survivor, who trolled sexaholics meetings for action and egged on suicidal people who called his hotline, respectively.

I was asked to draw Gamera, but I’ve never been able to render him well.  I settled on the same approach that anime dealers’ room shirts use: smash two existing properties together in a haphazard and creatively-empty way.
HAPPY NOW, SPACELEECH?

I was asked to draw Gamera, but I’ve never been able to render him well.  I settled on the same approach that anime dealers’ room shirts use: smash two existing properties together in a haphazard and creatively-empty way.

HAPPY NOW, SPACELEECH?