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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Makin’ Links # 172

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By all accounts a surprisingly fast artist considering the amount of detail he put onto his work, the late Alfredo Alcala–known mainly for his comic book inking in the US– is celebrated with a lovely portfolio over at Grantbridge Street.

http://grantbridgestreet.blogspot.com/2010/04/alfredo-alcala.html

Another artist imported into the US in the seventies was Alex Nino, a man whose highly stylized art threw casual readers for a loop in mainstream comics but who shines here in a black and white tale called Teleport 2010 from a 1979 issue of Warren’s magazine, 1984.

http://diversionsofthegroovykind.blogspot.com/2010/04/black-and-white-wednesday-teleport-2010.html

Over at Easily Mused, it’s NSFW Week and today’s offering is an early NSFW strip by Peter Bagge, the uniquely talented artist/writer perhaps still best known for his Neat Stuff and Hate titles.

http://johnglenntaylor.blogspot.com/2010/04/nsfw-week-pete-bagges-sleezball.html

Finally today, the site Molossus has an impressive and opinionated interview with Tom Neely, the cartoonist poet responsible for such works as Brilliantly Ham-Fisted and The Blot. It can be found here:

http://molossus.wordpress.com/2010/04/08/hope-isnt-a-conversation-with-tom-neely-part-1/

If you aren’t familiar with the artistic stylings of Mister Neely, you can find his personal bloghere:

http://www.iwilldestroyyounews.blogspot.com/



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