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Observatory is a weekly webcomic by Laszlo Tamasfi and a host of artists from around the globe. Each installment is a self contained, three panel long short story. You can see more strips at www.observatorycomics.com Observatory © 2015 Laszlo Tamasfi. All rights reserved. Observatory tumblr
Below is a small sampling of the awesomeness that’s coming your way in late April in the pages of HEAVY METAL #274! All artwork © 2015 by the respective creators. All rights reserved.
Today is April 1st, or April Fools Day, a day known for its celebration of pranks—but this is no joke – it’s also the day that Heavy Metal, the world’s number one science fiction and fantasy magazine, launches a comics line nearly 40 years in the making! This is no prank, no joke,
On Wednesday afternoon, Mark Holland sent out the above picture via his @RiffRaff41 Twitter account with the caption “The Teletubbies are fucking terrifying in black and white.” The Twitter masses agreed, retweeting the image more than 21,000 times (and counting). Mashable mused,
The famous—and deceased—pop artist Roy Lichtenstein doesn’t get a lot of love from a certain contingent in the comics world. In fact, a lot of people flat-out hate Roy Lichtenstein. It gets down to creativity, and money. Lichtenstein, as dictated by his pop art aesthetic, took everyday
This week, Taco Bell has taken aim at the McDonald’s breakfast menu with an advertising campaign that compares mass consumption of Egg McMuffins to totalitarian propaganda. The gist of it is that McDonald’s, as the world’s largest fast-food chain, imposes its Egg McMuffin
We’ve seen the trailer for Maggie, in which Abigail Breslin plays a young girl who is slowly becoming a zombie, and it looks like a pretty good. Arnold Schwarzenegger is in it. He plays her dad. You know how this goes—daddy loves his daughter (there is an absent/dead mother in the story as
Björk’s music isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but you have to give the girl props for consistently pushing boundaries visually, whether it’s the famous “swan dress” she wore to the Oscars in 2001 or the skin-piercing, skin-baring video for “Pagan
Shakespeare’s “King Lear” is a nihilistic and disturbing play, to be sure, but it’s not really a grotesque, sexually-charged horror story. Or is it? A 1930 edition of the play (which was first performed in 1606) has turned up on eBay, and its illustrations offer a vision you