Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Spooky MP3 Blog

We love Dr. Mysterian. His new blog compiles MP3s illustrating pop music's love of the ghoulish and supernatural.

Monday, June 27, 2005

Jonny Quest

A great Jonny Quest fansite features some terrific Doug Wildey production designs and model sheets, as well as some neat background info on the classic series.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Esau Andrews

Esau Andrews' site is a brilliant use of Flash and showcases the artist's wonderful drawings, paintings and photographs. Really neat stuff.

Monday, June 20, 2005

Douglas Fraser

Douglas Fraser works in both oils and digital (Illustrator). He has a new comic book coming soon called Mort Grim, featuring a skull-faced motorcycle cop.

Friday, June 17, 2005

Marvel Value Stamps

Any geek worth his weight in comics remembers the mighty Marvel value stamp, but just what were they? How did they work? Could you send a letter to the Watcher with one as postage?

Courtesy of the ever-extraordinary Neilalien for taking me back on this otherwise lackluster Friday.

Vintage Circus Art

As you've probably noticed, we've been kinda lazy here at DAC the past week or so. The day job has been kinda time consuming and I've been reassessing what the hell I'm going to do with my life once I grow up. Still, there's always something fun to look at on the WWW. So, once more from our friends at BB comes another interesting link to some groovy images. This time around, it's vintage circus posters.

We love us some olde time freaks.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Joshua Ellingston

Joshua Ellingston is a really amazing graphic artist who works primarily in vectors.

Weird Tales

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Monster Magazine Covers

This site features a nice selection of covers from the horror magazines Eerie, Creepy, Weird, Nightmare, Scream, etc.

Thanks to BB.

Sunday, June 12, 2005

Blogs of Note: The Groovy Age of Horror

The Groovy Age of Horror is a neat blog focusing on "'60s/'70s horror in paperbacks, fumetti, comics, and movies."

Photography - Parkharrison

Friday, June 10, 2005


Ephemeranow, great vinatge design site.

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Check Out - Ghostbot

Japanese Streets

Japanese Streets, an e-zine focusing on Japanese "trendy" street culture.

Photography - Abandoned Places

Abandoned Places is a nice site with photographs from abandoned buildings, both residential and commerical.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Eric Feng

Courtesy of Drawn!, the incredible work of Eric Feng aka Feric.

We3 Movie

The following is from Dark Horizons:

Writer Grant Morrison is in negotiations to adapt his "We3" comic book into a feature film for New Line Cinema says Reuters. Don Murphy is producing.

"We3" was a three-issue limited series written by Morrison and drawn by Frank Quitely. It revolved around three pets -- a dog, a cat and a bunny -- kidnapped from their homes by the government and hard-wired into military battle suits, turning into robo-assassins.

When their government masters deem them expendable, they break out into the free world and try to find their true home, all the while reverting to their more traditional animallike behavior.

Insiders describe the tale as "Homeward Bound" meets "The Terminator." If the project goes forward, it would be a rare effects-heavy pic for the studio as the animals would be entirely computer generated.

Monday, June 06, 2005

Smile Time Part Deux

Friday, June 03, 2005

You Should Read - Pandaxpress

Publishers - Viper Comics

Viper Comics has a number of interesting titles, including Dead@17, Middle man and Random Encounter.

Thursday, June 02, 2005

Understanding Nazis by Capt. America

You Should Read - Airshell

You Should Read - 10K Commotion

Comic Book Covers

COmic Book Covers Gallore, a handy resource for many Silver Age comic covers.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Blogs of Note: The Planet of Sardines

The Planet of Sardines is Jim Barker's blog focusing on sci-fi, comic, and pulp covers. A nice, fun collection of images.

Plastic Fantastic Lover

Tokyo Plastic is good for you.


Toth Fans is a terrific site re: the great illustrator Alex Toth. Lots of examples and discussion of his comics and animation work.