On our way to @superartfight!
the First Step to becoming a Fujoshi presented by Arai Tamako
(Suggested by Dave)
A new comedy begins to experiment with power grabs as a way to soothe insecurities, but it’s totally uninterested in the satire the material is begging to deliver.
Unused packaging art for Boss Fight Studios.
I did a watercolor for the Brok Windsor Kickstarter as a reward! (10 1/4” x 14 1/4” ink and watercolor on 140lb hot press paper)
Laputa (aka Castle in the Sky) 1986 - Robot lays waste
Why would anyone invest in media content if the producers can be sent off to the public prosecutor’s office and potentially serve jail time. Isn’t it just easier to keep dubbing Turkish, Mexican and American dramas?
And if we keep doing that, aren’t we diluting our culture? And if we do, then whose fault is that? Perhaps the ministries were not set up to protect our culture after all.
CREATOR OF ‘THE 99′ IS DEFIANT IN THE FACE OF ISLAMIC STATE DEATH THREAT
Back in July, representatives for Islamic State, the jihadist group sometimes referred to as ISIS, or ISIL, publicly called for the death of Dr. Naif al-Mutawa, the creator of The 99, a Muslim comic about 99 young heroes who reflect the 99 attributes ascribed to Allah in the Quran.
In a column published in the United Arab Emirates newspaper The National, al-Mutawa explained that the calls for his death originated from a fatwa that was issued based on “false accusations and misstatements” from an “ambulance chaser.”