My comic; “Introversion” is finished! Please go to the main page of my blog to read it in full size (the text is kinda small)
I really hope you’ll like it!
Through The Looking Glass,1976
Directed by Jonas Middleton
Through The Looking Glass, 1976 - Directed by Jonas Middelton. A spectacular mix of adult and horror. Music by Arlon Ober. In this cult epic, A rich socialite, played by Catherine Burgess, descends into a a surreal, sexual hell. Also features a career best Jamie Gillis, and Terri Hall.
The Man That Dances In The Meadow, 2013
With thirty beautiful illustration pieces by some of the world’s most spiritually accelerated artists, CRYPTOZOOLOGY FOR DUMBASSES is the only guide you’ll ever need to explore the wild and weird world of cryptids— animals that haven’t yet been recognized by conventional science.
Finally, learn the REAL, TRUE FACTS about cryptid superstars such as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, as well as discover lesser-known cryptids such as the Ningen and Burrunjor. THE WORLD IS STRANGER THAN WE COULD HAVE EVER IMAGINED! Download CRYPTOZOOLOGY FOR DUMBASSES today, and let Abraxas Chessmaster and his brilliant team of artists lead you on the only safe path through it!
PDF, 44.9mb, 66 fantastic pages. PAY WHAT YOU WANT! If you enjoy what you read, however, feel free to donate— everyone who contributed gets an equal slice of what you give. Everyone worked really, really hard on this zine, and the results are pretty astounding. We hope you dig it!
I drew a picture for this fine publication. Check it out!
— by Kate Beaton (x)
Franck Bohbot. Last Stop Coney Island.Last Stop Coney IslandPhotographs were taken in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York between septempber and november 2013.New Yorkers take the subway to the beach.The F or the Q train pulls into Stillwell Avenue and when the doors open you smell the ocean. The Lenape Indians called this place “the land with no shadows”. The Dutch hunted rabbits “konijn” and called it Coney Island. In 1901 everyone’s favorite ride was a voyage to a papier-mâché moon so popular they called the place Luna Park. . On Surf Avenue is the original Nathan’s where the hot dog was invented in 1916. Coney Island is one of our myths, the landscape of our carnival.
Franck Bohbot captures a Luna Park in transition, caught between the long seediness of its past, fading like theice cream pasteboards, and perhaps a glimpse of the American future, the privatized, sanitized austerity of a modern melancholia. And yet, as these photographs show, Coney Island may still surprise. In its lurid
candy-colored glazes a fantasy still beckons. The dream has lost its fever, but there is no sign of waking up.
“An elderly prisoner accused of murder begs Zatoichi to find evidence of his innocence. The blind swordsman, for the first time, chooses not to help, but fate has other plans for him. Director Issei Mori, who played a significant role in getting Shintaro Katsu cast as Zatoichi in the first place, shows his filmmaking flair, delivering bloody battles and raucous humor while mischievously upending narrative expectations.”