1. (Source: sciencepainted, via altcomix)

  2. brudesworld:

    Jack Davis, 1955

    (via sadnessfactory)

  3. thebristolboard:

    "The Suicide" by Dave Herring, from Bijou Funnies #1, published by The Bijou Publishing Empire, 1968.

    (via beelzebunny)

  4. redguitarrr:

    Original drawing by Charles M. Schulz for Donna Johnson, also known as “The Little Red-Haired Girl”, 1950.
    Charles M. Schulz Manuscript Collection, Santa Rosa, CA.

    (Source: schulzmuseum.org, via tacomadan)

  5. alexhchung:

    Superman by Alex Ross

    (via cantstopthinkingcomics)

  6. kingcheddarxvii:

    dogs aren’t too complicated but they think they are comics

    (via andermachines)

  7. jazzdadbooks:

    Therapy by Edward Cheverton. 32 pages on various stock, hand bound.

    Drawing as a form of escapism from stress, anxiety and depression.

    This will be available at Pick Me Up next month, there’s also be a few copies at Press Up Oxford http://www.pressupoxford.tumblr.com/ and then in ELCAF In June.

    (via cosmicspread)

  8. ratak-monodosico:

    Weirdo Comics #17

    (Source: adamlichi)

  9. ratak-monodosico:

    “No Way Out” by R. Crumb. From The R. Crumb Handbook by Peter Poplaski, published by MQP Publications. 

    (Source: thebristolboard)

  10. poetyunlimited:

    "3 g Salvia Divinorium dried leaf chewed 1 hour 30 min in tank" drawn by Molly Colleen O’Connell, based on an excerpt from Twig Harper’s Salvia Journals<br>

    more writings from Twig Harper’s Salvia experiences can be found here:

    http://sagedivinations.tumblr.com/ <br>

    this comic was featured in Acres issue 2, more info found here :


  11. alternateworldcomics:

    Matt Baker for St. John comics.

  12. mazarinedrake:


    I spent a good chunk of my weekend scrambling to finish this comic. I hope you like it. I was really trying to push myself with the colours.


    (via chiveta)

  13. earsplittingtrumpet:

    Christophe Blain, Isaac Le Pirate: Les Amériques

  14. earsplittingtrumpet:

    Christophe Blain, Isaac Le Pirate: Les Amériques

  15. kushkomikss:


    The wall has a yellow shelf cuz yellow is the best even if it’s greenish yellow it is still yellow enough for me

    š! issues on the shelves of Bergen Street Comics in Brooklyn!