Doug Engelbart! Inventor of the mouse! Father of groupware! Important guy!
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Ink on Bristol, colours in GIMP. I actually want to redraw some of this, but I had to get it turned-in for class tomorrow, so … we’ll call this a quasi-WIP.
Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles by Frank Espinosa :: scanned from personal collection :: 2011
This was the only Bradbury I really got into as a kid, made all the better by Frank Espinosa.
A story I did a few years ago for DC’s now-defunct Zuda venture. I was talking to Killoran about it last night and only then realized that the rights to the comic have been returned to me, so I figured I’d toss it up on the ol’ Tumblar.
The title was changed to Queer Romance! when the comic ran on the Zuda site because of a rights conflict with a series from the late ’70s that ran for a whopping one issue called Weird Romance, but for this post I’ve left the title page as it was when I originally submitted it.
Edison’s Anti-Gravity Underwear Kite Babies, 1879
There was a time in the late 19th century when it was seen that Thomas Edison could do just about anything—so much so that the Brits in The London Punch gave him tongue-in-cheek credit for inventing (flying, so to speak), anti-gravity underwear.
From Erpétologie Générale, ou, Histoire Naturelle Complète des Reptiles by AMC Duméril & G Bibron, 1854.
Doctor Mew by Jenny Parks
From Anatomia Vegetal by Frederik Elfving (1929) and published by FE Wachsmuth (Leipzig). View the book online here at the Biblioteca Virtual de Patrimonio Bibliográfico.