Thursday, February 26, 2015

What Cerebus Sees!

rough render test
not actual music - accidentally placed sound file instead of audio file of Cerebus talking:) Only just now realized

Margaret Liss shares the notebooks: when Cerebus reunites with Jaka

Brian Coppola scans and posts preliminary art for the cover of Cerebus issue #20 for the first time

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

What Cerebus Painted Medallions!

 "Cerebus paints his medallions" rough render test

New one of a kind Cerebus Bonus Prints numbered 1/1 personalized by Dave Sim

Monday, February 23, 2015

What Cerebus-Spore-Throne Scorpion?

"Cerebus Spore Throne Scorpion" early modelling progress by Daniel Grant


Gerhard draws "Watchmen" background on Mars!

The Comics Reporter gives a shoutout to Dave Sim's Ditko homage

4chan Cerebus marathon just finished all 300 issues and now looking at "Cerebus Jam and the rest"

Blog post on Cerebus and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Steve's semi-autobiographical character Esteban talks about how Dave Sim and Cerebus are viewed by the aliens of the 31st Century.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

What Cerebus Dodging!

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Cerebus Bonus Prints Now Available!

Cerebus #1 kickstarter in Graphic Novel category

Sean Howe's "Dave Sim draws Cyclops" tumblr post for his highly praised book "Marvel Comics: The Untold Story"

Bill Sienkiewicz new Cerebus drawing

Saturday, February 21, 2015

What Animatic! What Cerebus Nerve Hitting!

Early rough animatic by Antony Buonomo
Not actual score

rough test render

"Cerebus Archive #3" Kickstarter kickstarting now!

CBR spotlights "Following Cerebus" Neil Gaiman news story

Thursday, February 19, 2015

What Despuess Magically Disappears!

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here's a slight variation


Interview with Image founder and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane, on goal of ending the series with #301: "Because for me I’m heading up to 301, it’s not 300, it’s 301 because Cerebus had 300 issues and it’s the longest-running independent."

Red Sonja #100 "facing off against a warrior I’m pretty sure is meant to be a stand-in for Dave Sims’s Cerebus the Aardvark"

Shutter compared to Cerebus
Turns out the writer of the comic is a Cerebus fan. He says: "She brings up a lot of points which even I haven’t realized. The Cerebus one in particular is interesting, because I can’t cop to being conscious of it, but my favorite aspect about that book in particular is how it unfolds so beautifully odd. One could argue it doesn’t really get going until issue 25 and even then a lot of aspects introduced in those initial issues — like Bran Mac Muffin and the Cerebus statue, etc. — don’t come back in until way later. Unconscious, maybe, but I also can’t deny it. There are a lot of seemingly minor things in issue #1 which won’t be back until whenever we wrap this up."

Concret compared to Cerebus

4chan Cerebus marathon continues

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

What Cerebus Threat!

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A look at the beginning of alternative indie comic conventions including the influence of Dave Sim's year long Spirits of Independents tour