The Ink Panthers Show! Book Club - 110 Per¢ by Tony Consiglio
It’s Book Club time! And this go round we’re trying something a little different: we’re reviewing our very own Desert Panther, Tony Consiglio’s, magnum opus of boy-bands and sadness, 110 Per¢. Mike and Alex chat about the book for the first half-hour, then Tony joins the discussion to answer some uncomfortable questions.
#spx haul (pt 5)
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Superman Vs Fantastic Four commission by John Byrne. 2008.
He totally stole this from me!!
A commissioned drawing of Jane and Stephen from a few years back .
It’s hard out here for a gentrifying white yuppie.
Classic “Gags” Dawson material!
I did this as a back cover for the tenth issue of the serialized Box Office Poison.Here is the original album cover which is being parodied:
I love doing parodies, covers and otherwise homaging other images. One thing I really miss about doing a serialized comic is the chance to do covers and pin-ups and other excuses to play around with characters from the story.
Covers of Box Office Poison #1 and Box Office Poison #21 (the last issue).
Cartoonist and competitive eater, Jeff Manley steps up to the “You can’t drink a gallon of milk in an hour” challenge, and ends up barfing all over the carpet in Panther’s Lair.
This week’s illustration of Inky the Domesticated Panther supplied by Kathleen Gros. Thanks, Kathleen!!
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Behold THE INFINITE CORPSE, a jam comic started in secret over a year ago by Aaron Renier, Nate Beaty and the other cartoonists of Chicago’s comics collective Trubble Club. Based on a combination of Raw’s Narrative Corpse project and Scott McCloud’s idea of the “infinite canvas,” it’s a kind of exquisite corpse comic focused around the skeleton Corpsey. There are already 200+ cartoonists who’ve participated (Art Spiegelman, Alison Bechdel, Pen Ward, Carol Tyler, Ivan Brunetti, Lilli Carré etc etc etc) and now it is open to everyone. So go, read! Contribute! Be a part of this ground-breaking new project!
I contributed to this but there’s some great work there so you should definitely check it out.