Shot For Meat


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Playlist from the Book Club Book launch t’other night!

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Happy Xmas from Jack Wilshere - John Cei Douglas

theillustratedgame:

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Last week we asked the wonderful John Cei Douglas to do a guest illustration for him. His brief was simply “Jack Wilshere and his Forest Friends” and this is what he came up with. We love it John! Happy Christmas! 

Check out John’s website for more awesome illustrations: www.johnceidouglas.com & please follow him on Twitter @shotformeat 

greatbeastcomics:

Great Beast Comics is very proud to announce the release of 5 new titles this November, all debuting at the fantastic Thought Bubble Comic Convention 23rd - 24th November.
Tall Tales and Outrageous Adventures: The Snow Queen and Other Stories is the first in a new series of fairytale adaptations by Isabel Greenberg. In this first issue Greenberg retells Hans Christian Anderson’s ‘The Snow Queen’ and ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’. Taking a playful, modern approach to these classic tales and illustrated in Greenberg’s charming, folk art inspired style Tall Tales… will delight readers old and young alike.
Dangeritis: A Fistful of Danger follows the misadventures of poundshop James Bond, Derek Danger who has a habit of getting into high espionage mishaps even when warming a microwave pasty at the local 24 hour petrol station. Created by Warwick Johnson-Cadwell and Robert Ball, they create each page in turn, ramping up the danger and suspense and leaving it up to the other to carry on the story.
Carry Me by Dan Berry is a beautiful, wordless, and incredibly affecting visual metaphor for love, fear, life and death. A man carries his infant daughter through an overgrown field where they are pursued relentlessly by a growling dog. Illustrated by Berry’s loose pen and lush colour washes, Carry Me is a sublime example of pure visual storytelling.
Hitsville Uk #2 continues the pop art, surreal, musical soap opera following the adventures of the weirdos and wannabes of indy record label, Hitsville UK. What does drug-addled producer Greg Pastis have in store for the angel voiced grotesque Gwillum? Why are The Carrie Nation’s Revenge hunting bequiffed vampires? And will The Dreadnoughts escape the Nazi Frankenstein’s Monster? All this madness and more in the second issue of Hitsville UK by John Riordan and Dan Cox.
Show Me The Map To Your Heart & Other Stories is a collection of stories from John Cei Douglas ranging from nostalgic coming of age tales to long distance relationships, being stranded on a desert island, coping with mental health problems and the childlike wonder of exploring fantasy worlds. The title story, which features a fold out map, revolves around a folk tale romance and quest of self discovery.
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All these titles will soon be able to pre-order from the Great Beast Store and will be available in print and digitally from Wednesday 4th December from the GB store, all good comic shops and the Sequential app with Comixology to follow.
Great Beast is a home for independent comic creators to professionally self-publish their work. These are fun, bold, pop comics available however you like to read them. We sell online, in stores and across digital platforms and all profits go to the creators.
Find Great Beast online, on Twitter, on Facebook and on Tumblr.

greatbeastcomics:

Great Beast Comics is very proud to announce the release of 5 new titles this November, all debuting at the fantastic Thought Bubble Comic Convention 23rd - 24th November.

Tall Tales and Outrageous Adventures: The Snow Queen and Other Stories is the first in a new series of fairytale adaptations by Isabel Greenberg. In this first issue Greenberg retells Hans Christian Anderson’s ‘The Snow Queen’ and ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’. Taking a playful, modern approach to these classic tales and illustrated in Greenberg’s charming, folk art inspired style Tall Tales… will delight readers old and young alike.

Dangeritis: A Fistful of Danger follows the misadventures of poundshop James Bond, Derek Danger who has a habit of getting into high espionage mishaps even when warming a microwave pasty at the local 24 hour petrol station. Created by Warwick Johnson-Cadwell and Robert Ball, they create each page in turn, ramping up the danger and suspense and leaving it up to the other to carry on the story.

Carry Me by Dan Berry is a beautiful, wordless, and incredibly affecting visual metaphor for love, fear, life and death. A man carries his infant daughter through an overgrown field where they are pursued relentlessly by a growling dog. Illustrated by Berry’s loose pen and lush colour washes, Carry Me is a sublime example of pure visual storytelling.

Hitsville Uk #2 continues the pop art, surreal, musical soap opera following the adventures of the weirdos and wannabes of indy record label, Hitsville UK. What does drug-addled producer Greg Pastis have in store for the angel voiced grotesque Gwillum? Why are The Carrie Nation’s Revenge hunting bequiffed vampires? And will The Dreadnoughts escape the Nazi Frankenstein’s Monster? All this madness and more in the second issue of Hitsville UK by John Riordan and Dan Cox.

Show Me The Map To Your Heart & Other Stories is a collection of stories from John Cei Douglas ranging from nostalgic coming of age tales to long distance relationships, being stranded on a desert island, coping with mental health problems and the childlike wonder of exploring fantasy worlds. The title story, which features a fold out map, revolves around a folk tale romance and quest of self discovery.

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All these titles will soon be able to pre-order from the Great Beast Store and will be available in print and digitally from Wednesday 4th December from the GB store, all good comic shops and the Sequential app with Comixology to follow.

Great Beast is a home for independent comic creators to professionally self-publish their work. These are fun, bold, pop comics available however you like to read them. We sell online, in stores and across digital platforms and all profits go to the creators.

Find Great Beast online, on Twitter, on Facebook and on Tumblr.

Dominic Umile: They sailed to the moon and listened to the stars →

dominicumile:

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John Cei Douglas’s Holding Patterns is a thing of modest beauty. A collection of seven stories (some new) from the UK comics creator, it’s limited to a blue, black and white color set, with vignettes that rarely involve more than two characters.

"Lost & Found" is split into two pages —…

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jackteagle:

My final pages for the Bartkira project, where Neo-Tokyo is reimagined with Simpsons characters.

I worked on pages 346-350 for book one.

My idea of the Strokes best songs might not be the same as most people (there’s only four songs from Is This It here because whatever) but I think all these songs play together really well. They’re pretty great condensed down to a consistent hour and a half!

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azizisbored:

YNRichKids - “Hot Cheetos and Takis”

I’ve been yelling “SNACK! SNACK! SNACK! SNACK! CRUNCH!” all over the Parks and Rec to many confused looks.

davidcho:

YNRichKids - ‘Hot Cheetos and Takis’

I have listened to this 10x times in a row and think it’s great. The beat sounds dope (if there was a Lex Luger drop I’d believe that he did it) and the kids are actually good rappers. [Content removed due to unnecessary Sh’Boss boy hatin’ - Aziz]