Out of the roughly 1071 pages of comics that make up Miyazaki’s NAUSICAÄ OF THE VALLEY OF THE WIND, there is, exactly, one panel without a border (called, sometimes, “full bleed” although in a black and white book like this, I’m not sure the same would apply, and besides, it’s manga and i have…
This is the wedding invitation that the wonderfully talented Dylan Horrocks did for my husband and I when we got married at the start of last year.
I saw a page from Hicksville going around on Tumblr today, which made me remember this and think that tumblr folk would probably appreciate it!
My husband and I are both geeks (we were introduced on the basis that he likes Doctor Who and I had a TARDIS toy that spun and had sound effects) and he is also a huge fan of comic book art, and collects original pages. So, something like this invitation was high on our list of “stuff we wanted” and also very “us”. (Our wedding colour scheme was TARDIS blue, and the abstract circular patterns on top of our cake were actually Gallifrean.)
When all was said and done, we both agreed that the invitation was one of our favourite bits of the whole wedding process - it was so much fun seeing peoples’ reactions when they read it!
1984 Pronunciation Guide For Marvel Comics Writers And Artists
Man, this would be great.
(It’d be “TIE-ninn”, by the way)
It looks like I’ve been pronouncing Janson and Macchio wrong all these years :/
Okay! If we can’t do one of these things IRL let’s just— reblog & add your name and pronunciation, comics pros!! :)Samnee- SOM-nee
Check out this email I just got:
Jake Barnes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
2:38 PM (0 minutes ago)
to marinaomiI enjoy Mr. Lobdell’s writing in comics, he has had some very good story arcs in the super-hero genre…I have just today found out about this panel…
Our friend Mari is now getting harassed by impotent Hemmingway characters (or Scott Lobdell under another pseudonym maybe). This truly is a fallen world.