well, not wisely

Reviewed Nobrow 9 over at the blog. It’s one of the best, most utterly beautiful volumes so far, and the quality of contributors is insane: Kyla Vanderklugt, Raymond Lemstra, Hellen Jo, Disa Wallander, Joseph Lambert, Bianca Bagnarelli, Jon McNaught, Merijn Hos, Yukai Du, and loads more. Pieces above are by Leo Espinosa, Mikkel Sommer, and Stephen Carcello.

Pages from Mazeworld by Arthur Ranson. Written by Alan Grant.

From Aama, by Frederik Peeters

snubpollard:

Norakuro-kun (top right) clinches it for the Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere in this heartwarming scene from *the* manga of the 1930s.
(Norakuro, Suihō Tagawa, c. 1937; translation from Kramers Ergot 6, 2006)

snubpollard:

Norakuro-kun (top right) clinches it for the Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere in this heartwarming scene from *the* manga of the 1930s.

(Norakuro, Suihō Tagawa, c. 1937; translation from Kramers Ergot 6, 2006)

(via thesaddestbitchinallofspectrum)

thebristolboard:

Before Calvin and Hobbes, Bill Watterson briefly pursued a career as a political cartoonist, with short stints drawing cartoons for The Kenyon Collegian and the political cartoon quarterly magazine, Target. Here’s the original art for two related cartoons he drew back in 1982.

(via twiststreet)