Tag Archive: comix


Pic of the Day – 3/21/21

The Bloom County gang in the forest. Painting by Berkeley Breathed.

The late and greatly missed Stan Lee was known for his creativity, his kindness, and his incredible moral compass. He was also known for speaking his mind. Lee’s former sound engineer Aaron Fromm captured the very essence of Lee in a recording that showcases the Marvel legend going off on a hilariously profane rant that had everyone in the studio laughing. Fromm collaborated with artist Kosperry to animate this oddly heartwarming glimpse into the man’s great mind, calling it “Sessions with Stan.”

After Sam Watterson ended the best comic strip ever made, he disappeared from public view.

Pic of the Day – 12/23/17

Peanuts street art in Saint Étienne, France, by photographer OakOak.

Batman vs Elmer Fudd

Classic Looney Tunes characters are re-imagined as real, gritty humans in a Gotham-themed comic book by artist Lee Weeks and writer Tom King.

YouTuber LilyPichu followed random cosplayers around ComicCon while playing the theme music to their cosplay on a plastic melodica. The reactions are priceless.

Gal Gadot trained for six months to play Wonder Woman. Conan thinks he can do it in about 35 minutes.

Simon’s Cat: Guide to Winter

Simon’s Cat made a super cute guide to preparing for winter! Featuring the kitten and the cat in a series of adorable vignettes.

We’re still waiting on a start date for Rick and Morty’s third season, but in the meantime check out this awesome video that was made for the San Diego Comic-Con. Justin Roiland, the show’s co-creator and voice of both Rick and Morty, whipped this up as a treat for Comic-Con fans, one of whom was kind (and unscrupulous) enough to film it and post it on YouTube. If you didn’t see the transcript when it went viral a couple of months ago, know that everything in this video was actually said in a real court in Georgia, as an inmate and a (very unprofessional) judge went back and forth in a heated game of verbal brinkmanship.

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