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  2. adhousebooks:

    edpiskor:

    An’ if ya don’t know, now ya know….

    I always knew.

    Which one’s Wendy Pini?

     
  3. jimrugg:

    Silhouette zines for Chapel Hill Comics signing tomorrow.

    (via fantagraphics)

     
  4. zdarsky:

    fan art

    (via wordnerdy)

     
  5. jimrugg:

    THE GREATEST SIGNING OF ALL TIME

    Chapel Hill Comics - this Saturday evening!!! Catered food, good books, better people, and a chance to celebrate one of the great comic book stores! Ed Piskor, Tom Scioli, and I will be there hawking our latest comic book goodies - Street Angel, Hip Hop Family Tree, and GIJoe vs. Transformers. Please join us.

    (via fantagraphics)

     
  6. adhousebooks:

    chapelhillcomics:

    GREATEST SIGNING OF ALL TIME
    TOM SCIOLI
    ED PISKOR
    JIM RUGG
    CHRIS PITZER
    AND ALL THE REST
    FACEBOOK EVENT HERE
    Saturday, July 12, 6-9pm
    Chapel Hill Comics
    316 W Franklin St
    Chapel Hill, NC 27516

    My lily has been gilded.

    Only 1,642 likes or reblogs until this surpasses our Lumberjanes sandwich board as most popular Chapel HIll Comics post!

    (via spx)

     
  7. GREATEST SIGNING OF ALL TIME
    TOM SCIOLI
    ED PISKOR
    JIM RUGG
    CHRIS PITZER
    AND ALL THE REST
    FACEBOOK EVENT HERE
    Saturday, July 12, 6-9pm
    Chapel Hill Comics
    316 W Franklin St
    Chapel Hill, NC 27516

     
  8. jimrugg:

    WALKING DEAD 101 (Ghost Variant cover by Jim Rugg)

    On BoingBoing.net, I spoke with Chapel Hill Comics’ Andrew Neal about the Ghost Variant cover series that he art directed.

    Here is a brief excerpt…

    In 2012, Andrew Neal teamed up with a small group of fellow comic book shop retailers to develop a program called Ghost Variant. Pooling their resources, these small business owners worked with publishers and creators to make a dozen variant-edition comics based on popular series. Without promotion or warning, the group simply announced and sold the comics the day they were available.

    Recently, they decided to lift the veil of secrecy and talk about this experience. Despite creating artwork for the first Ghost Variant — The Walking Dead 101 — I knew very little about the group and its background. I am curious about the business side of any creative profession (for proof, listen to my podcast, Tell Me Something I Don’t Know, where Jasen Lex and I grill artists about the business side of their work). So when I heard they were ready to talk, I sent Andrew Neal some questions…

    JIM RUGG: What is Ghost Variant?

    ANDREW NEAL: Ghost Variant is a group of comic retailers who banded together to produce exclusive covers to popular comic books. That’s the “variant” part. The “ghost” part is that the covers were produced in secret and released without any direct promotion until the day before they went on sale.

    READ THE WHOLE INTERVIEW on BoingBoing.net…

    I will be at Chapel Hill Comics on July 12th with copies of the NEW Street Angel hardcover, along with Hip-Hop Family Tree’s Ed Piskor, and Transformers vs. G.I.Joe’s Tom Scioli for the Greatest Signing of All Time!

    The Boss talks The Ghost with The Rugg

     
  9. flyleafbooks:

    uispeccoll:

    Rhubarb the Millionaire Cat [Dell Publishing] #563 - 1954

    Jen Wolfe Comic Book Collection

    (I didn’t want to take it out of the mylar, and I couldn’t get a good shot, sorry for the cruddy photo). 

    Attention, chapelhillcomics friends: the greatest comic ever? Also, if it wasn’t clear already, I’m an unabashed cat person. Stop in the store and let me recommend you every great book on cats (ever). -Linnie

    Confirmed that this is the greatest comic ever. Clearly.

     
  10. adhousebooks:

    Neal Tribute. #heroescon #adhouse

     
  11. edpiskor:

    Gabe Fowler caught DMC reading Hip Hop Family Tree.

     
  12. dharbin:

    BIRDS. 

    Andrew Neal, owner of Chapel Hill Comics, bought a $25 drawing but he’s such a sweet guy I decided to do a little strip for him instead. Also because I love birds (his subject request). 

     
  13. zdarsky:

    These wonderful ladies were playing a game of brimpception with us, so, how could we not take it to the next level?

    The printing of this cover was for one hundred copies and sent only to them. If you want one, it’s allll up to Juliette & Heather: @moriarteas & @ElusiveJ on twitter.

    This was the hardest thing to keep secret, guys. Matt and I have been looking forward to this day for SO LONG.

    SO LONG.

    We love you guys.

     
  14. calamityjon:

    wolfhard:

    My wife is so nice that she made me a make-shift website. Its HERE!

    It’s only a first pass but it’s the first time in ages that the old Cat Rackham comics and the wedding comic have had a place online.

    There are literally three hundred thousand worse things you could do today than to read through every comic Steve has created on this site. I checked.

    (via benito-cereno)

     
  15. superdames:

    PLEASE LET IT BE THE BEGINNING OF THAT SPIDER-WOMAN

    —Spidey Super Stories #11 (1975) script by Jean Thomas, art by Win Mortimer & Mike Esposito

    (via joekeatinge)