Down to the last few pages of THE CABINET. Lettering the inscription mounted on the infamous H.M.S. Resolute desk.

Down to the last few pages of THE CABINET. Lettering the inscription mounted on the infamous H.M.S. Resolute desk.

richbarrett:

In progress page from an 8 page horror comic I’m currently working on.

richbarrett:

In progress page from an 8 page horror comic I’m currently working on.

Will you be in Athens, GA on Saturday? I’ll be at FLUKE from 11am – 6pm. Talk comics or eat at The Grit with me!

Will you be in Athens, GA on Saturday? I’ll be at FLUKE from 11am – 6pm. Talk comics or eat at The Grit with me!

We’ve all been there buddy. (from Four Color Fear)

We’ve all been there buddy. (from Four Color Fear)

sairobee:

"One of you will betray me."
For the Banquet Hannibal artbook! A special thanks to Dotiscute and Thingofthings for all their help. :D

sairobee:

"One of you will betray me."

For the Banquet Hannibal artbook! A special thanks to Dotiscute and Thingofthings for all their help. :D

What I’m reading right now.

richbarrett:

In progress scene from a horror comic I’m working on.

richbarrett:

In progress scene from a horror comic I’m working on.

I wrote this.
brainstuffshow:

Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” Video Echoes Amenhotep III’s Immortal Intentions.

In an interview with “Time” about his video for Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse”, director Matthew Cullen said that ancient Egypt is part of our “shared collective mythology.” In the video, Perry plays an ersatz Egyptian queen who hosts various suitors, each bringing her gifts of jewels, Twinkies, hydraulic low-riders and a crocodile skins. Perry zaps each of these men with lightning bolts, reducing them to red ash. It’s only when her final suitor offers her a floating pyramid (that looks like something out of “Tron”) that her vanity is appealed. Perry climbs the temple, sprouts wings and “ascends” to immortality. The suitor… turns into a dog…

I wrote this.

brainstuffshow:

Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” Video Echoes Amenhotep III’s Immortal Intentions.

In an interview with “Time” about his video for Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse”, director Matthew Cullen said that ancient Egypt is part of our “shared collective mythology.” In the video, Perry plays an ersatz Egyptian queen who hosts various suitors, each bringing her gifts of jewels, Twinkies, hydraulic low-riders and a crocodile skins. Perry zaps each of these men with lightning bolts, reducing them to red ash. It’s only when her final suitor offers her a floating pyramid (that looks like something out of “Tron”) that her vanity is appealed. Perry climbs the temple, sprouts wings and “ascends” to immortality. The suitor… turns into a dog…

richbarrett:

Just finished a page from a little 8 pager I’m doing, working with another writer, for an upcoming horror anthology. Fitting these in between working on pages of my ongoing graphic novel/webcomic Nathan Sorry.

richbarrett:

Just finished a page from a little 8 pager I’m doing, working with another writer, for an upcoming horror anthology. Fitting these in between working on pages of my ongoing graphic novel/webcomic Nathan Sorry.

henryeudy:

For better or worse, there’s a new page of comics in this sad world.

henryeudy:

For better or worse, there’s a new page of comics in this sad world.