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Notes from the undergrounds: Feds 'n' Heads Comics

In the spring of 1968, writer/artist Gilbert Shelton, already somewhat known in college humour and underground comix circles for his Superman parody Wonder Wart-Hog, self-published a 28-page one-shot, Feds 'n' Heads Comics. Along with that porcine hero, the comic featured a variety of whimsical strips about hippies, freaks and above all drugs--and introduced the trio that would become Shelton's most famous creation: The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers.

Set your chickens free! (NSFW for brief male nudity) )
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Hanako to Guuwa no Tera - Hanako and the Teller of Alegory, pt 1



In honour of halloween...I do not, actually bring horror, but a manga based on urban legends and other scary stories is close enough, I think!

1 page of 1, and 11 and change of 35 under the cut.

(Sorry for the misfire, earlier, if anyone caught it...accidentally sent an incomplete post while adding tags.)

NSFW, due to vague nudity. (This chapter isn't too full of it, but further chapters will have more, so it's probably best to have that boilerplated. Heh.)

I'm sure we're all familiar enough with manga to know right-to-left by now, but, still...read right to left. >_>

There really isn't much to say about it beyond that, that won't be revealed as the story progresses, so let's just jump right in. )
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[personal profile] icon_uk2013-09-12 07:55 pm

Fanart Thursday - The special Dick Grayson challenge edtion

Following the furore over the Harley Quinn Try-Out Page, no less a person than Gail Simone sought to put forward an idea with a less controversial, more enjoyable, motif...



One tiny little flash of butt under the cut, so have put the nsfw: nudity tag, just in case.

And as you might imagine, tumblr went a little... wild )
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[personal profile] skemono2013-05-12 07:56 pm

Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service

Rejoice! On this day I bring to you several pages of a manga series that is, in my opinion, pretty good: Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, written by Eiji Otsuka of MPD Psycho, and drawn by Housui Yamazaki of Mail. In fact, it seems to exist within the same continuity as those manga, because characters from those series show up in Kurosagi.

I would recommend checking out this series! Unless perhaps you're rather squeamish; then don't. As the title would imply, there are corpses--and while it doesn't deliver grossness or gore for its own sake, it doesn't shy away from showing the various things that can happen to a body. There's not much of that in the scans below, but I'm gonna put not safe for work tags on here anyway.

But what is a corpse delivery service, you ask, impatient rhetorical voice that only I can hear? Also, I should burn things, you say? Well, first things first.

Mysteries await you below this cut )

Some more X-Men themed solicits + a slightly NSFW Gambit

Greetings to all! I have returned once again to scans_daily. The night is dark and full of terrors... (I apologize for my absence. Life is hectic)

I have some X-Men solicits, a color poster of Marvel NOW's AvX, and some bonus fanservice (I tagged it NSFW just to be safe). Enjoy!

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[personal profile] mrosa2012-07-09 10:33 pm

Borgia's Rise to Power

A while ago I posted scans from Milo Manara and Alejandro Jodorowski's Borgia 2; now's time for scans from the first volume:



In part one, one of the most striking events is the death of Pope Innocence VIII, giving Rodrigo Borgia the opportunity to become the new pope, by any foul means necessary.

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Volume three tomorrow.
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[personal profile] mrosa2012-07-09 04:58 pm

Butcher Baker The Righteous Maker

I can't believe no one's posted anything form this series yet! Joe Casey and Mike Huddleston's series is a send up of tough-guy, macho superheroes, full of sex, violence and profanity, and it's a gloriously twisted and hilarious read. If you long for superhero decadence at its best, why aren't you reading this series?



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