Saturday, June 25, 2011

Rosie and Jacinda

"Rosie and Jacinda... a Teenage Romantic Comedy with a hint of Fairytale

Rosie and Jacinda is the first collaboration between Richy K. Chandler [please hyperlink to] (Delicate Axiom, The Tempo Lush mini-comic range, Wallace & Gromit newspaper strip) and award winning manga artist Zarina Liew [please hyperlink to] (The Art of Sleep series, Le Mime webcomic).

The Cobalt Cafe / Tempo Lush coproduction tells the story of unpopular student Jacinda and her begrudging friendship with new girl Rosie, who seems more than a little out of place at school, and possibly out of time too. Chandler tailored the fantasy comedy script to suit Liew’s Fashion Illustration meets Manga style artwork.

Find out more and buy the comic at at

Richy K. Chandler
Tempo Lush
Comics, Illustrations & Design for the Cosmically Enlightened
07810 55 40 72

Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Harlem Shadow


I just wanted to let you know that the webcomic project "The Harlem Shadow" has been published recently by Graphicly, illustrated by me It's a crime noir story -very entertaining. It would be really great if you could mention it briefly on your website.
Best wishes.

Rodolfo Buscaglia

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Comic artist's work to be entombed in Poe's home.

Comic artist's work to be entombed in Poe's home.

Wes HufforPALM SPRINGS, Calif -- A horror comic book artist from the California desert will travel across the country to see his art plastered in the home of one of America’s most legendary writers.

Wes Huffor, an artist who has drawn horror comics for a handful of publishers (including himself), will travel June 23 to the New York cottage of Edgar Allen Poe. There, an untitled piece of art will be entombed in the walls of the cottage as part of an effort by the Historic House Trust of New York City.

Huffor’s drawing took first place in a contest held by the non-profit organization. Titled “How Does Edgar Allen Poe Inspire You?,” the contest called for pieces of drawn and written art to be placed in the walls, creating a kind of artistic time-capsule.

Wes’ untitled piece features a Poe-inspired raven and candles drenched in melancholy atmosphere. The piece was commissioned by a fan at a convention in Anaheim, CA earlier this year.

“I really felt that using the image of the bird, with the candles, the empty liquor bottle, skulls and sense of being trapped within your own dark room was the right way to create the feeling of being trapped within your own darkness,” Huffor said.

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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Yumishira #0

New From James Rubiono!
The future has never looked better.
Oriental Space Lily

Written and Illustrated by James Rubino

Standard Comic
Black & White
Page Count: 28

The long-awaited Pre-Series Intro-Issue is jammed with exciting info on Yumishira, her personal life, her arch-enemies, Intergalactipol and more (not to mention loads of artwork featuring the most beautiful girl in the universe)!

In the 22nd Century Intergalactipol field-agent YUMISHIRA- ORIENTAL SPACE LILY fights evil and corruption.

YUMISHIRA- Oriental Space Lily #0 TM and © James Rubino. All rights reserved.

to get it:
send $4.00 per copy (Includes Shipping)

James Rubino, P.O. Box 760351, San Antonio, Texas 78245

or order online at
or through our new distributor

review coming soon.......right here.

Get a free ad for your comic company! Hey, why not! Sell it now.

I just did it for Slam Bang #6 vol. III.....I'll let you know how many more books I sell from it.

Friday, June 17, 2011

3-D Pete's Star Babe Invasion Comics


Goof Man Productions is all tingly to announce the release of the second issue of 3-D Pete's Star Babe Invasion Comics! The book takes an admiring look at those charismatic, curvaceous creatures from the cosmos...Star Babes!

"I don't know why I tend to focus on Star Babes, " admits the head honcho of Goofa Man Productions, Mike Fisher. "I mean, they're voluptuous women in skimpy costumes flying around in retro spaceships, blowing things to bits with cool-ass ray guns. Why would ANY guy be drawn to that? I just can't figure it out." he wonders.

This cosmic issue features a fun commentary on the Jane Fonda's classic Star Babe flick, Barbarella,. Plus, read a 3-D Pete tale of UFO abduction as well as an analysis of the Star Babes in the original Star Trek television series. This issue has illustration of sexy Julie Newmar, Raquel Welch, Marta Kristen, Nancy Kovack, and more! Don't forget the full-color center spread of a gorgeous galactic girl! SKWONK-A-DONK!

The biggest scoop in this issue is an interview with fabulous Rachelle Wood---the most famous Star Babe you've never heard of! Rachelle plays one of the hottie Star Babes in the Bud Light Close Encounters commercial which has enjoyed a tremendous amount of air time. Rachelle reveals all her Star Babe secrets when she confesses, "I was a Bud LIght Star Babe!"

Fisher produces cartoons for Animation Magazine and other publications as well as online sites. He contributed cartoons to Starlog magazine for over 20 years.

In addition, Fisher produces award-winning independent short animations, which have shown at film festivals across the country. His latest short video is a 30-minute documentary about UFS's, titled Craft of Unknown Origin. In tis video, Fisher uses his animation skills to visualize what UFO witnesses have seen.

If you have a questions for Mike, please contact him at
See more of Mike's work at

To order 3-D Pete's Star Babe Invasion Comics:
The book is a 24-page, digest-sized comic with a full-color cover and a fabulous full-color center spread of a Star Babe! Order now!

Issue Two (The Latest Issue) --Just send $5 to the address below.
Collector's Item, Issue 1---Send $10 for this classic edition! Pet takes a look at Devil Girl from Mars as well as Star Babes from Star Trek and Lost in Space! While Supplies Last!

Star Babe Invasion/Mike Fisher
510 Enchanted Way
San Antonio, TX

Please make checks payable to Mike Fisher and specify which issues(s) you'd like, Thanks!

KettleDrummer Books


Just a reminder to all friends of KettleDrummer Books that we have two great new titles available in the June issue of Previews (page 293).

Meow. The best-selling comic by Spanish artist José Fonollosa makes its English language debut. Follow the always delightful antics of two frisky felines and their beleaguered owners in this charming collection of strips. Perfect for lovers of cats and comics alike.

The Zombie Apocalypse is upon us, but no need to fret! If you prefer your horror tinged with acid wit and populated by buxom, gun-toting vixens, then look no further! She Only Liked Me For My Brains, by Julio Videras and Isaac Caanova, is just the thing for you! With an introduction by Juan José Ryp (Wolverine: The Best There Is)

Please, remind your local comic shop to order both of these fantastic new books!

Thanks a lot for all of your support!!

Lance Hansen,
KettleDrummer Books