Comic book artist and all-round hunkalicious friend Kim W Andersson.
I want to live in here! Or at least have some “Secret compartments” or a “Concealed blaster cannon” in my flat.
EDIT: Here’s a bigger version!
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Taking a day or two of from working on the Alena-movie and getting back to my sci-fi comic. Had a look thru all the scripts, notes and sketches. Compiling the best ideas. Found this pic, above!
I’m not sure what story is gonna be the first book. I think I’ll make a short one while figuring it out, I miss drawing!
Lisa’s role on The Simpsons is a natural fit for episodes where the writers want to ground the show in emotional reality. For some, that makes her something of a killjoy, a too-rational counterpoint to Springfield’s broader comic insanity. And in 25 years, she, like every other member of the family, has certainly seen those qualities exaggerated in unflattering ways. But there’s a reason why Lisa is at the center of some of the show’s most affecting episodes (especially with Yeardley Smith as her voice)—of all the myriad residents of Springfield, Lisa is the most alone.
Sure, her family loves her—in their way—but her intelligence sets her apart, even as the little girl in her wants nothing more than to be one of the crowd. Lisa appeals to every viewer who looks at the craziness and boorishness of a loud, dumb world and longs to both transcend it and be embraced by it. And since Springfield is our world, only exponentially crazier and more boorish, Lisa’s isolation is even more profound —
The Simpsons: “Summer Of 4 Ft. 2” · TV Club · The A.V. Club (via wilwheaton)
Hmm… I’m starting to think that my new Sci-fi comic is pretty much Lisa Simpson in space.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… I LOVE TOM STRONG!
I have this poster on the inside of the door to my apartment. So every day when leaving the house I get reminded that what I do for a living is a privilege.
FANART! Jonni Future! Some of my favorite comics are of Alan Moore’s Americas Best Comics-line. Tom Strong, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and the space heroine above, Jonni Future.
She was amazingly drawn by the awesome Arthur Adams and here’s my humble attempt.
EDIT: I just happened to read that writer Steve Moore, who wrote the Jonni Future scripts, recently passed away. He was an often collaborator of Alan Moore, no relation. Sad news. I guess this drawing is in his honour now.
I know i should be working on my sci fi-comic but we’re making a movie of my romantic horror graphic novel Alena and I have to make sure it’s true to the original! Or at least good. So I’m writing notes on the script. It’s coming together quite awesomely, thank you! So the sci-fi story is a getting postponed a bit, sorry. But how many chances does one get to make a bloody movie. Bloody in the sense that it’s gonna be pretty gruesome.
Might as well post this too, so you get to see it in colours. From The Phantom of course.
Colors on my latest The Phantom-comic. Scary purple haze jungle!