The Process of Geeking Out
mattfromzp:

We are born with mom pants. I am going to have my mom pants.

mattfromzp:

We are born with mom pants. I am going to have my mom pants.

Haka is up in the air right now after this fest in May, start a Madball/SSD sounding straight edge band with me

Relevant

Relevant

Preview of a game I’ve been working on for the Oculus Rift which maaaybe be at C2E2

The force of nature that will be hitting the Midwest in about a month, tightest set I saw 

I was in DC this weekend for Damaged City fest which was rad, but I took my girl on a date to NYC on Sunday and it was pretty awesome.

Also, Cro-Mags.

Indie Booth

I am making art and putting things together to get started on printing banners and posters for our indie booth at c2e2, I have no idea what I’m doing *derp*

So I went to the ghostbusters firehouse in NYC, my personal pilgrimage

So I went to the ghostbusters firehouse in NYC, my personal pilgrimage

Ok this is pretty sick

harveyjames:

rottenoak:

Back in the early 1990’s, when anime was still called “Japanimation” and The Simpsons still featured Phil Hartman, no one could have conceived of the concept of Bartkira. Yet 23 years later, in Neo-Britain, artist Ryan Humphrey gave life to the unimaginable. His pages for the mind-bending crossover comic ignited a fire in the mind of comic artist James Harvey, who proposed the impossible:
Recreate every page of Akira using characters from The Simpsons.
It would take 768 artists, each contributing five pages, to redraw the full six volumes of Katsuhiro Otomo’s masterwork. A monumental group comic project unlike any other inspired working illustrators, comics professionals, and even some who had never drawn a comic in their lives. Now for the first time, the project that some have heralded as the greatest thing to ever happen to the Internet is here to destroy Floating World Comics.
Come to Floating World Comics at 6:00 p.m. on May 1st for the opening of the Bartkira gallery show and meet members of the Bartkira Committee. Floating World will also debut a limited edition book collecting 100 pages from the Bartkira project as well as a full color gallery section.
WHO: Frans Boukas, members of the Bartkira Committee WHAT: Bartkira book release and art exhibit WHEN: Thursday May. 1st, 6-10pm WHERE: Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch St

Ok, cat is out of the bag: There is a Bartkira gallery show happening at Floating World Comics, Portland on the first of next month. It’s going to coincide with the release of the first volume online. There’s also going to be a limited edition Bartkira book for sale there- not the full first volume, but a selection of editor Frans Boukas’ favorite pieces. So, this is all happening. Dig! 

harveyjames:

rottenoak:

Back in the early 1990’s, when anime was still called “Japanimation” and The Simpsons still featured Phil Hartman, no one could have conceived of the concept of Bartkira. Yet 23 years later, in Neo-Britain, artist Ryan Humphrey gave life to the unimaginable. His pages for the mind-bending crossover comic ignited a fire in the mind of comic artist James Harvey, who proposed the impossible:

Recreate every page of Akira using characters from The Simpsons.

It would take 768 artists, each contributing five pages, to redraw the full six volumes of Katsuhiro Otomo’s masterwork. A monumental group comic project unlike any other inspired working illustrators, comics professionals, and even some who had never drawn a comic in their lives. Now for the first time, the project that some have heralded as the greatest thing to ever happen to the Internet is here to destroy Floating World Comics.

Come to Floating World Comics at 6:00 p.m. on May 1st for the opening of the Bartkira gallery show and meet members of the Bartkira Committee. Floating World will also debut a limited edition book collecting 100 pages from the Bartkira project as well as a full color gallery section.

WHO: Frans Boukas, members of the Bartkira Committee
WHAT: Bartkira book release and art exhibit
WHEN: Thursday May. 1st, 6-10pm
WHERE: Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch St

Ok, cat is out of the bag: There is a Bartkira gallery show happening at Floating World Comics, Portland on the first of next month. It’s going to coincide with the release of the first volume online. There’s also going to be a limited edition Bartkira book for sale there- not the full first volume, but a selection of editor Frans Boukas’ favorite pieces. So, this is all happening. Dig! 

I have the worst sleep cycle in the history of humanity.

17 days left until I’m moshing in DC

17 days left until I’m moshing in DC

Current status 

Current status 

neverlessthanill:

Flyer for the FUCK YOU PAY ME (ex-Gordon Solie Motherfuckers, 9 Shocks Terror, Face Value, from Cleveland)/PILLAGE/FULL ON/GLOV show at Township (2200 N California in Chicago, across the street from the California Blue Line stop) on Saturday, March 29th. Show is all ages, starts at 5pm, and costs $7. Come check it out.

neverlessthanill:

Flyer for the FUCK YOU PAY ME (ex-Gordon Solie Motherfuckers, 9 Shocks Terror, Face Value, from Cleveland)/PILLAGE/FULL ON/GLOV show at Township (2200 N California in Chicago, across the street from the California Blue Line stop) on Saturday, March 29th. Show is all ages, starts at 5pm, and costs $7. Come check it out.