Archive for June, 2015

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 25

2015/06/28

Yet another special piece in my original artwork collection: a sketch of Wonder Woman by Howard Porter, who, together with Grant Morrison and John Dell, helped usher in the extremely popular Modern Age revival of the JLA in 1997.

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Politically Incorrect Theater – Part 13

2015/06/24

Those really awkward-in-hindsight moments when you watch The Living Daylights (1987) and realize that James Bond is enlisting the aid of the Taliban-to-be, the Mujahideen.

Good luck fitting this into your floating timeline, Bond fans.

Good luck fitting this into your floating timeline, Bond fans.

That Time of the Month

2015/06/20

Blood. Mood swings. Irritability. A sudden increase in unwanted body hair. Wait…what were we talking about again?

So wait...are you saying that lycanthropy is male PMS? ^_^;

So wait…are you saying that lycanthropy is male PMS?

Today’s hilariously inappropriate comparison has been brought to you by Darkstalkers #3 (January 2005) by Ken Sio-Chong, Kevin Lau, Alvin Lee, Scott Hepburn, and Joe Madureira.

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 24

2015/06/16

He’s no stranger to this blog and is back for an encore: Humberto Ramos has a sketch of Impulse for us this time around! 😀

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Supervillain Problems – Part 1

2015/06/12

Don’t. Mock. The Joker’s. Ride.

Christ, punks that stupid deserve to be shot. :P

Christ, punks that stupid deserve to be shot. 😛

This unfortunate traffic accident has been brought to you by Gotham City Sirens #5 (December 2009) by Paul Dini and Guillem March.

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 23

2015/06/08

The characters might not look familiar, but their names definitely should. Today’s sketch is of Jay and Kay of the The Men in Black – yes, the comic book upon which the hit movie series starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith was originally based – as rendered by the series’ original artist, Sandy Carruthers. 🙂

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Gastronomical Anomalies – Part 4

2015/06/04

Who knew it was even possible for a meal to look worse entering the body than exiting it?

Well, she's dedicated, I'll give her that. That or suicidal.

Well, she’s dedicated, I’ll give her that. Either that or suicidal.

This literal attempt to swallow a bitter pill comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 6 (September 13, 2014) by Okayado.


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