A little paranoia is a good propellor

If it tickles my fancy or is pertinent to my interests, i put it here. Just because I'm obsessed with the occult and magick doesn't mean I have to be a dark li'l poet and change my name to Ravyn Darkbane, right?
Never not funny.

Never not funny.

So, I saw this and chuckled, but I then saw something else in the image…..

So, I saw this and chuckled, but I then saw something else in the image…..


How Peaches are Sold in China [full story at rocketnews]


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Bill Sienkiewicz 1990: Big Numbers #2

Sienkiewicz continues to blend a brilliant contrast between expressionism and realism as means to tell the story. Eagle-eyed viewers will recognize Sienkiewicz revisiting a clockwise oriented layout he first used in Moon Knight years prior.

Most exciting, the readers got their first indication that this series would be transforming over the course of its lifespan: two little bursts of color, one of a Mandelbrot pattern on one of the character’s walls, and the other a subtle smudge of red on a candy bar wrapper thrown by one of the construction crew.

Sadly, the series’ lifespan was cut short with this very same issue.

Zinkywink, man, killing it.

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There has been a lot of stuff going on at Out of Step Arts here in the last little bit. I’ve been adding new books and original art to the store, you can buy shirts with designs from the artists in the OOSA Bodega, and now, the OOSA Print Shop is open where you can buy high quality print-on-demand fine art Giclee prints. We have several prints available already and we’ll be adding more all of the time, including some from a few of our friends!

So to help get the word out about all of these great things being offered to you by the OOSA artists and to celebrate our upcoming 3-year anniversary, I want to give you an opportunity to get free stuff! It’s easy, all you have to do is share this post.  

How it works:

  • Anyone who reblogs this post will be entered for a chance to win a free print from the Print Shop. “Likes” are appreciated, but they won’t get you entered in the contest.
  • On 8/1/14, I’ll randomly select three (3) people as winners. Winners will be notified via Tumblr, so be sure you have your ask or mail features activated. 
  • The three people selected will let me know which print they want based on what is in the Print Shop at the time the contest ends. We have currently have 7 prints, but plan on adding more. (*Some restrictions may apply, but I doubt it.)
  • I’ll mail you your print for free worldwide! Winners will not incur any costs or fees.  
  • If the person(s) selected cannot be contacted via tumblr, do(es) not respond timely, or declines, another person(s) will be be chosen.

Not bad for clicking a button, huh? 

Out of Step Arts features Alexis Ziritt, Nathan Fox, Logan Faerber, Ming Doyle, Andrew MacLean, Toby Cypress, Liz Suburbia, Paul Maybury, Chris Visions and Greg Ruth. 

You can find OOSA on Twitter, Instagram and online at www.outofsteparts.com.

Thanks for getting the word out about OOSA. Your help is certainly appreciated. Good luck!

Alright, I’m going to stop putting this in your feeds after this last post. Promise! I just wanted to let everyone know that Nathan Fox snuck 4 additional prints into the store at the last minute for you to choose from, any of which you could get for free should you be selected as a winner of this here reblog giveaway contest that ends TODAY!To enter, all you you have to do is reblog this post and let your friends know about OOSA. 

Easy peasy lemon squeezy. 

I’m sharing this not because I want to win something awesome, but really because all of the OOSA artists just really float my boat.



Adventure Time storyboard artist and writer Jesse Moynihan along with his brother musician and Adventure Time composer Justin Moynihan have created Manly in which they have described as “Silver Surfer meets Star Trek Next Generation, with the violence of Fist of the North Star and the tenderness of the Little Prince”.

Now stop reading the description and check it out for yourself!

If you dig Jesse Moynihan’s work on Adventure Time (of course you do), then you might enjoy this pleasant little cartoon from him and his brother, Justin. It’s called “Manly,” lasts about six minutes, and has a wee dollop of brutality. It’s quite good!


I just saw Guardians Of The Galaxy. It was amazing. Can you guess who my two favourite characters were?

Ghost World (2001)


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Spacestar Ordering

All of the secrets of the universe at your command.



Paperwork is hard!


Paperwork is hard!

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Ultimate Spider-Man - Guardians of the Galaxy

BLAM! Murdered ya.

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