Thanks to @chrissamnee for dropping me into the background in Daredevil #26. #iamcontinuity
Abandoned Amusement Park in New Orleans
they say New orleans is haunted… this has proved the theory 100%
I was sending photos like this to everyone when I started writing Nightmare in Silver. There is something uniquely disturbing about abandoned Amusement Parks.
I went to Christmasland and all I got was this lousy T-Shirt and my soul torn to shreds.
mmmmm nnnnn mmmmm
John Romita, Jr. is one of those people that people will constantly debate whether or not his art is good. You know what the truth is? Olivier Coipel, Frank Quitely, J.H. Williams III, Bryan Hitch, Jim Lee, Alex Ross (All the big names, basically) these guys slave over every panel. Their stuff is so good because they work on it A LOT.
By comparison, John Romita, Jr can do the stuff above whenever he wants to… Because it’s his job. He’s a blue collar guy that draws comics, and he works his ass off. He can blow you away with a cover any day of the week, or draw a great conversation (see his work on Amazing Spider-Man). Johnny is the guy that you will see reprinted over and over and over again in the essential collections. He’s Mr. Marvel. And good GOD am I thankful for that!
I am reblogging because I agree 100% with this statement (also, It shows the wolverine sketch I inked last year for fun http://crucase.deviantart.com/art/BUB-336327598?q=gallery%3Acrucase%2F31495817&qo=32 )
One of the best, if not THE BEST storyteller in comics.
JRJR is pretty damn great. Good art day on Tumblr.
Tales from the Crypt #14 cover by Jack Davis.
Doesn’t get much better than Jack Davis. Huge influence on me.
Big Spidey Pimpin’.
Dogs on set are the best. Always. Fact.
[Top (l-r): Aidy Bryant, Sarah Schneider, Zach Kanin, Kate McKinnon, Matt Villines, Oz Rodriguez, andChris Kelly]
I want all the bulldogs from this SNL skit. All. Of. Them.