1. bakertoons:





    reminder that the Lupin III manga has fucking amazing artwork.

    also that people still say the Fujiko anime is similar to it and they’re still very, very wrong.

    Zenigata is definitely our favourite character in the Manga. Every story is so unpredictable, they’re very different from the show but well worth a read.

    Monkey Punch has said he was heavily influenced by Mad Magazine early on, and these panels in particular really show it.

    he says Mort Drucker is his favorite artist but their styles are actually really damn different. I know very little about Mad Magazine but I’d really like to know what his other influences were.

    http://johnkstuff.blogspot.com/2006/04/2-types-of-cartoonists-origin-of.html going by the terminology of this post I’d say Monkey Punch is more of a ‘radical cartoonist’ and Drucker is more of a ‘conservative cartoonist’ (I don’t mean the latter as a bad thing, see the post for more info).

    MP’s editor actually encouraged him to go all the way with the wacky scribbly style and not care about detail.

    Monkey Punch is amazing.




  4. obscurevideogames:

    kick the cat - Trip World (Sunsoft - Game Boy - 1992) 


  5. (Source: rubbrcat, via almightybob)


  6. systemofaclown:

    This may be one of the strangest things I’ve ever discovered online.  I’ve known about it for a few years, and it occurred to me that I’ve never shown it to anybody.  I really don’t know how to describe, aside from to say that it’s like the product of a psychedelic trip entered into with two themes weighing heavily upon your mind: nanotechnology and the Charles Schultz’s comic Peanuts.



  7. I made a brief tribute to RATS! everywhere. Enjoy.


  8. aymrc:

    Not easy to be a Sumette! Researches made some time ago. Currently still developing the story and visuals on my free time. Stay tune on twitter


  9. simple—x:

    I think Watanabe is someone filled to the brim with really great, creative ideas, but where Dandy specifically shines is in its depth of creative talent. I’m under the impression that Watanabe is mostly working as a curator, not a day to day, hands on director (that would be Shingo Natsume) on…


  10. wehadfacesthen:

    Nurses at Roosevelt Hospital, New York City, 1937, photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

    (Source: lesgrandsphotographes, via 50watts)