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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Teen Titans art for sale

I do have issue 2 as well, I just haven't had a chance to go through it yet!

3 cover $900 (on hold)
4 cover $650
6 cover $1000

Issue 3:

1   $400
2-3 $550
4   $200
5   $50
6   $350 (on hold)
7   $200
8   $150
9   $300
10  $110
11  $200
12  $175
13   $175



Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Bunker stuff...

Over on DC's blog is a short post about Bunker. Over on Bleeding Cool is a short post about Bunker's ass. SOOOOOOOOO Funny! Made my week! And this is a page from issue 5 of Bunker going toe to toe with Superboy... who's ass isn't on this page. But it is on pages 13, 16 and 17 of that issue... so watch for it;P



Hmmm.... maybe I should change the name of the post... 

Sunday, November 20, 2011

This Sunday; They deserve to DIE! And other things;)

So there was a large Skepticon convention in Missoura this weekend, and part of the fun was visiting another one of those crazy Creation Museums. Here's an account of the trip. Some interesting reading to the minds of some Creationists.  So by this logic, why is suicide an eternal punishment... or why aren't they offing each other and everyone else since they think it's better to be dean than alive? Ah, that strange murky logic.

And over here we have a big ass take down of the ever popular mantra The Nazi's were Darwinists. Not that it will change many minds, as apparently feelings are more important than evidence. 

And here's a post on a new book about the evolution of eyes. What's good is half an eye? Why it's better than no eye at all! But seriously, that's not how it works, evolution works in stages, not all or nothing... or half or nothing. 

Here's a better image of that Jesus in the dog butt. The face on this one looks like it might have been messed with, but I didn't look to closely!

And then The Pope got caught making out with another religious dude... I guess it's not unexpected... it is unexpected that the dude is old enough to shave;) Cue outrage. Yes I know that's not what it is but it's funnier;P



Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Teen Titans 3 teaser image

 Posted this on twitter to see if I could start some question and answer dialogue. Worked for about an hour then I guess people got boarded with me;)

New bad guy from TT 3, which will be out next week!



OK, this is funny!

I try to keep the politics light on the blog (I said TRY;)) So I kept quiet about the whole Frank Miller Occupy Wall Street thing. And I'm still going to, but this was so good I had to post it. Found via Bleeding Cool and originally done by Richard Pace.

That is all....



Monday, November 14, 2011

Teen Titans 6!

Art and cover by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND
1:25 Variant cover by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND
On sale FEBRUARY 22 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. The variant cover will feature the standard cover in a wraparound format.
In the aftermath of their battle with Superboy, the Teen Titans make a horrifying discovery: Kid Flash has been knocked out of synch! If they are going to save their teammate, the badly beaten and battered teens need to sneak into the New York branch of S.T.A.R. Labs – which means that this issue guest-stars none other than Virgil Hawkins, a.k.a. Static! But if the team was hoping to use the lab for some downtime, they are going to be disappointed, because now they must battle a new, young team of supervillains known only as 2.0! All this and the debut of Kid Flash’s new costume!

I just drew that guy on page 9!



Sunday, November 6, 2011

This Sunday: Hail the Cosmic Kitty!

Pulled from here. It's been photoshopped, but it is funny! And it shows how easily the human mind can be tricked, fooled or messed with. I watched a show a few months ago on either NatGeo or Discovery, were they pulled a 'crime' on some observers, half the people in the initial interview got everything wrong, and later they planted some ringers who purposely gave out wrong info and that got assimilated as fact by those same original observers for a mock trial. The conclusion? Eyewitnesses are NOT evidence nor should what they say happened be trusted. Why is this important? Well the whole notion that people saw Mohammad raise to the heavens or Jesus dying on the cross or even him existing is based on eye witness testimony, if that's unreliable then what proof is there?

It all boils down to a book, or in this case 2 books. Books that offer a few tidbits on morality, some of which are actually good and found in other religions and culture all over the world BEFORE said books were written. And others that are completely bat shit crazy or harmful. So what does it really have to offer? Good feelings? Can't you get those WITHOUT all the red tap and hate that goes with religion?

Sorry, I could go on, but I've read just the most incredible BS about religion these last few weeks, I simply can't get around how people can take it seriously anymore. Boggles the mind