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    brianmichaelbendis:

    Posting this because as I walked past it today I was reminded that powers cocreator Mike Oeming drew the first issues of powers in a security booth for a parking lot in the middle of the night.

    Full circle!!!

    ( And I know some people are working their nightmare jobs during the day or night and writing and drawing in their every waking moment of free time. it can be done.)

    — 1 day ago with 225 notes
    Amazon.com: Eric M. Esquivel: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle →

    Zombies Vs. Cheerleaders #3 is goin’ for $92.99, and Freelancers #2 is goin’ for $47.00.

    You guys are INSANE.


    — 2 days ago with 2 notes
    #esquivel  #comics  #graphic novel  #comic  #freelancers  #zombies vs cheerleaders  #zombies 

    Hey! Mega Man #42 is now available for pre-order!  I’ve got a fun li’l backup strip in the back, that you might dig on.  Consider pickin’ it up!

    MEGA MAN #42 
    ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS

    (W) Ian Flynn, Eric Esquivel (A) Gary Martin, POWREE (CA) Rafa Knight

    The battle RAGES ON! Based on the legendary game Mega Man 3 comes “Legends of the Blue Bomber” Part Two: We’ve seen Mega Man battle Robot Masters before, but now see the fight unfold from the perspectives of the villainous robot adversaries themselves!  Shadow Man recalls his humble beginnings and how they brought him to his deadly duel with Mega Man!  Gemini Man is ready to ambush our hero with his hologram copies!  But while the battle rages on, Break Man is behind the scenes on a mission of his own-why is he hunting down Dr. Wily’s first set of Robot Masters?! Featuring all-new cover art from Patrick “SPAZ” Spaziante, and part 2 of a 3-part connecting “SUPER SMASH” collector cover set! Collect all 3 covers with Sonic the Hedgehog #266 and Sonic Universe #69!

    Stock Status AUG141022

    $3.99

    10/15/2014
    — 2 days ago with 6 notes
    #mega man  #esquivel  #archie 

    blacknerdcomedy:

    BLACK PINK POWER RANGER and BLACK SPIDER-MAN : Black Nerd talks about the first-ever black female Pink Power Ranger and Donald Glover voicing Miles Morales in Ultimate Spider-Man.

    (Source: youtube.com)

    — 3 days ago with 213 notes
    @hannahnance, Mike Petranek and I are TEENS WITH ATTITUDE.

    @hannahnance, Mike Petranek and I are TEENS WITH ATTITUDE.

    — 6 days ago with 2 notes
    Bought this gangster-ass Red Ranger bandanna.

    Bought this gangster-ass Red Ranger bandanna.

    — 6 days ago with 4 notes
    Actually, for real  six years old.

    Actually, for real six years old.

    — 6 days ago with 3 notes
    It’s morphin’ time!

    It’s morphin’ time!

    — 6 days ago with 2 notes

    Sleater-Kinney “Entertain”

    "So you want to be entertained?
    Please look away
    We’re not here ‘cause we want to entertain
    Please go away (don’t go away)
    Reality is the new fiction, they say
    Truth is truer in these days, truth is man-made
    If you’re here cause you want to be entertained
    Please go away”

    — 6 days ago
    #sleater kinney  #entertain 

    emecomics:

    "Schrabisode"
    Words by:  Eric M. Esquivel
    Pencils and Ink by:  Jeff Pina
    Letters and color by: Hannah Nance Partlow

    Rob Schrab and Dan Harmon are the peanut butter and jelly of pop culture: delicious on their own, and even more scrumptious when they join forces.  They’re a perfect example of what’s possible when creative individuals choose to transcend their natural feelings of competition and instead elect to support one another.

    It’s in that spirit that Jeff Piña, Hannah Nance Partlow, and I put together this fan comic, celebrating both the 20th anniversary of Scud: The Disposable Assassin, and the conclusion of Community*

    …Also, there’s a little bit of Ricky and Morty and Heat Vision and Jack thrown in there too.  Because, obviously.

    Enjoy, Internet.

    *Note:  This comic takes place during Season Three.  Nerds.

    #SixIssuesAndAGraphicNovel

    — 1 week ago with 99 notes
    Anonymous asked: A lot of your writers are mouthing off on Ferguson. Can you make sure that it doesn't dribble into their work? We don't know enough to make judgements yet.


    Answer:

    brevoortformspring:

    I think you’re on the wrong side of history on this one.

    — 1 week ago with 266 notes