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Six years later
Feb 9, 2014 / 39 notes

Six years later

The Gear Quartet
Feb 9, 2014 / 214 notes

The Gear Quartet

I was going through my closet and found this drawing I did way back in 1988. Consider this: this drawing is farther in the past than 1969 was from 1988. I am old.
Feb 9, 2014 / 16 notes

I was going through my closet and found this drawing I did way back in 1988. Consider this: this drawing is farther in the past than 1969 was from 1988. I am old.

alexrobinsonart:

Sgt. McCartney
9 x 12” pen & ink 
$75 E-mail me if you are interested!
Jan 23, 2013 / 16 notes

alexrobinsonart:

Sgt. McCartney

9 x 12” pen & ink 

$75 E-mail me if you are interested!

Today we posted the last episode of The Ink Panthers Show for the foreseeable future. You can listen to it here
Doing the podcast was a great experience and a heartfelt thanks to everyone who listened. You guys will always be fused the chairs of our hearts. Hopefully we’ll return in some format or another soon!
Oct 16, 2012 / 12 notes

Today we posted the last episode of The Ink Panthers Show for the foreseeable future. You can listen to it here

Doing the podcast was a great experience and a heartfelt thanks to everyone who listened. You guys will always be fused the chairs of our hearts. Hopefully we’ll return in some format or another soon!

ohyeahcomics:

Via Dave Au’s Comics
Jul 30, 2012 / 2,030 notes
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I love this image but it drives me crazy that the “Let it Be” Beatles should be before the “Abbey Road” Beatles. I’ll happily buy a print of a corrected version!
May 16, 2012 / 1,428 notes

I love this image but it drives me crazy that the “Let it Be” Beatles should be before the “Abbey Road” Beatles. I’ll happily buy a print of a corrected version!

You’ll notice Paul is the only one looking down, as if at a grave. He’s wearing sandals, the way people are traditionally buried in Thailand. The car in the background is touching Paul’s head, symbolizing the head injury that killed him in that car crash in November of 1966.
May 16, 2012 / 318 notes

You’ll notice Paul is the only one looking down, as if at a grave. He’s wearing sandals, the way people are traditionally buried in Thailand. The car in the background is touching Paul’s head, symbolizing the head injury that killed him in that car crash in November of 1966.

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So that’s what “Carry That Weight” was about.
Mar 22, 2012 / 1,725 notes

So that’s what “Carry That Weight” was about.

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A subtle Paul-is-Dead clue I never noticed. 
Mar 6, 2012 / 4,688 notes

A subtle Paul-is-Dead clue I never noticed. 

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thedailywhat:

RIP Society of the Day: I can’t decide who I dislike more: The “who is Paul McCartney” kids or the “I would let Chris Brown beat me” girls. 
I say we toss them all into a monster truck arena and let Bigfoot sort them out.
[nedhepburn / caitiedelaney.]
Feb 13, 2012 / 33,913 notes

thedailywhat:

RIP Society of the Day: I can’t decide who I dislike more: The “who is Paul McCartney” kids or the “I would let Chris Brown beat me” girls

I say we toss them all into a monster truck arena and let Bigfoot sort them out.

[nedhepburn / caitiedelaney.]

(via thedailywhat)

Anyone who knows me knows I am a huge fan of wax museums (musea?), the creepier and wrong the figures the better!
Apr 1, 2011 / 11 notes
Anyone who knows me knows I am a huge fan of wax museums (musea?), the creepier and wrong the figures the better!

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Mar 10, 2011

PAUL MCCARTNEY REALLY IS DEAD (via SeeOfSound)

Last night I started watching this movie called Paul McCartney Really is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison. It’s a “documentary” claiming to be a recording made by the late Beatle explaining how Paul McCartney died in 1966 and the Beatles subsequently covered it up. It’s an intriguing premise and one I’ve considered tackling myself in comics form.

The problem is that it’s pretty bad. It’s basically a really bad George Harrison impression read over a bunch of stills. If they had made the audio scratchy and spotty, like a secret recording it might’ve worked better and covered up how much the guy doesn’t sound like George Harrison—he doesn’t even sound like he’s from Liverpool.

The other problem is that only a hardcore Beatles fan could sit through the film but anyone who is that big of a fan (as I am) will catch the numerous errors that show up (for instance, they say he died in a car crash in 1966 and started planting clues on the Rubber Soul album—which came out a year earlier). 

One thing I did like was their expanding on the tradtional Paul-is-Dead clues to shoehorn in other references (the policeman who has the Beatles come and identify John’s body is named Maxwell). Most of these new clues are pretty cornball but at least they’re putting in the effort.

Check it out if you’re a Beatlemanaic. It’s on Netflix streaming.  

clicomics:

montt en dosis diarias - 2011-02-11
Feb 11, 2011 / 4 notes