"but is that shit classy enough?"

luke-pearson:

That Thomas Hardy comic reminded me that I never posted this Adventure Time comic. I tried to keep this super tight and on-model(ish) and just as much like an episode as possible, which is probably the opposite of the point of these guest comics. This was for the winter special so it’s about as out of season as it can be. These are pages 1-4 of 8.

marcellerby:

Remember that time when Chloe and Zoe went to All Tomorrow’s Parties and made niche jokes about Slint?

Surrrrrre you do.

Read more Chloe Noonan | Purchase from comiXology

infamousr:

CHEFBOT-9000 - Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero?

koyamapress:

Renee French is interviewed by Dan Berry on the podcast Make It Then Tell Everybody. They talk the tools of the trade, both physical (pencils) and intangible (ideas).

Listen to the whole thing right here!

koyamapress:

Seo KimAdventure Time writer and storyboarder and the author of the seriously funny Cat Person, was asked by the A.V. Club to pay tribute to an artist that inspired her. She chose fellow Adventure Time staffer and most excellent cartoonist Graham Falk. Check out her comic tribute to Falk here!

koyamapress:

Jesse Jacobs’ psychedelic post-nuptial tale Safari Honeymoon has been reviewed by Broken Frontier.

“The work of an ingenious and fertile imagination this is a book where visual execution is unashamedly at the forefront of narrative drive in immersing the reader in a most intricately constructed realm of weirdness.” — Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier

Read the whole review right here!

koyamapress:

   Jesse Jacobs has been interviewed by Anshuman Iddamsetty for the podcast The Arcade, which is a part of Hazlitt Magazine. They discuss Jacobs’s new book Safari Honeymoon, nature, big government, and the unexpected power of doodling. Listen to it right here!

koyamapress:

Jesse Jacobs has been interviewed by Anshuman Iddamsetty for the podcast The Arcade, which is a part of Hazlitt Magazine. They discuss Jacobs’s new book Safari Honeymoon, nature, big government, and the unexpected power of doodling. Listen to it right here!