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remcomic:

Rem Pt. 2 p.005
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New page for Rem ~ remcomic:

Rem Pt. 2 p.005
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New page for Rem ~

remcomic:

Rem Pt. 2 p.005

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New page for Rem ~

Q

emilylubanko asked:

The pages that you just put up/featured gave me goosebumps. Amazing inking + atmosphere!

A

wow wow honored to give them!

one of several lil comics i made on the bus home from spx. thus the extreme wobbliness of the lines. one of several lil comics i made on the bus home from spx. thus the extreme wobbliness of the lines.

one of several lil comics i made on the bus home from spx. thus the extreme wobbliness of the lines.

lil baby car sketch from work today

emotionaldistance:

M. R. Trower (inkmaggot) / REM Pt. 1
One of my favorite aspects of M. R. Trower’s REM is that, like Eik before it, the comic takes place in a fully-defined world. Cities extend into infinity and authority has an answer for every (often unasked) question. This is solid, dystopian fiction. 
What puts M. R. Trower above many of the others working in this area is the perspective and sensitivity of the characters. Often times, individual-versus-society narratives are hard for me to relate to because they have a Thoreau-bro / Rand-fan / might-makes-right message. REM feels like a real person working to find space in a real world.
Pt. 1 is just the start. I can’t wait to see where the story goes next.
(Follow the REM Tumblr to see new pages as they become available.)

Ah! emotionaldistance:

M. R. Trower (inkmaggot) / REM Pt. 1
One of my favorite aspects of M. R. Trower’s REM is that, like Eik before it, the comic takes place in a fully-defined world. Cities extend into infinity and authority has an answer for every (often unasked) question. This is solid, dystopian fiction. 
What puts M. R. Trower above many of the others working in this area is the perspective and sensitivity of the characters. Often times, individual-versus-society narratives are hard for me to relate to because they have a Thoreau-bro / Rand-fan / might-makes-right message. REM feels like a real person working to find space in a real world.
Pt. 1 is just the start. I can’t wait to see where the story goes next.
(Follow the REM Tumblr to see new pages as they become available.)

Ah! emotionaldistance:

M. R. Trower (inkmaggot) / REM Pt. 1
One of my favorite aspects of M. R. Trower’s REM is that, like Eik before it, the comic takes place in a fully-defined world. Cities extend into infinity and authority has an answer for every (often unasked) question. This is solid, dystopian fiction. 
What puts M. R. Trower above many of the others working in this area is the perspective and sensitivity of the characters. Often times, individual-versus-society narratives are hard for me to relate to because they have a Thoreau-bro / Rand-fan / might-makes-right message. REM feels like a real person working to find space in a real world.
Pt. 1 is just the start. I can’t wait to see where the story goes next.
(Follow the REM Tumblr to see new pages as they become available.)

Ah! emotionaldistance:

M. R. Trower (inkmaggot) / REM Pt. 1
One of my favorite aspects of M. R. Trower’s REM is that, like Eik before it, the comic takes place in a fully-defined world. Cities extend into infinity and authority has an answer for every (often unasked) question. This is solid, dystopian fiction. 
What puts M. R. Trower above many of the others working in this area is the perspective and sensitivity of the characters. Often times, individual-versus-society narratives are hard for me to relate to because they have a Thoreau-bro / Rand-fan / might-makes-right message. REM feels like a real person working to find space in a real world.
Pt. 1 is just the start. I can’t wait to see where the story goes next.
(Follow the REM Tumblr to see new pages as they become available.)

Ah!

emotionaldistance:

M. R. Trower (inkmaggot) / REM Pt. 1

One of my favorite aspects of M. R. Trower’s REM is that, like Eik before it, the comic takes place in a fully-defined world. Cities extend into infinity and authority has an answer for every (often unasked) question. This is solid, dystopian fiction. 

What puts M. R. Trower above many of the others working in this area is the perspective and sensitivity of the characters. Often times, individual-versus-society narratives are hard for me to relate to because they have a Thoreau-bro / Rand-fan / might-makes-right message. REM feels like a real person working to find space in a real world.

Pt. 1 is just the start. I can’t wait to see where the story goes next.

(Follow the REM Tumblr to see new pages as they become available.)

Ah!

Did you miss SPX? Bummer, du. Well, fortunately you can now buy Rem Pt. 1 online from me in my bigcartel store! There’s even the option to get a lil original Rem sketch in with your order for a few bucks more.

Everything else that I brought with me to SPX* is also up for sale there, so go nuts if you so desire. I’m running low on Eik and Talking Shit, so, you know, you might wanna get those. 

If you’re confused about what Rem is you should probably click here.

*except for Cork Nut #1. All gone :(

outofsteparts:


Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway
Sean Kelly #designersean

I’ll post more on it later, but this is pretty much how SPX was from beginning to end.

I am compelled to reblog this because it is the full and unadorned truth. outofsteparts:


Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway
Sean Kelly #designersean

I’ll post more on it later, but this is pretty much how SPX was from beginning to end.

I am compelled to reblog this because it is the full and unadorned truth. outofsteparts:


Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway
Sean Kelly #designersean

I’ll post more on it later, but this is pretty much how SPX was from beginning to end.

I am compelled to reblog this because it is the full and unadorned truth. outofsteparts:


Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway
Sean Kelly #designersean

I’ll post more on it later, but this is pretty much how SPX was from beginning to end.

I am compelled to reblog this because it is the full and unadorned truth. outofsteparts:


Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway
Sean Kelly #designersean

I’ll post more on it later, but this is pretty much how SPX was from beginning to end.

I am compelled to reblog this because it is the full and unadorned truth. outofsteparts:


Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway
Sean Kelly #designersean

I’ll post more on it later, but this is pretty much how SPX was from beginning to end.

I am compelled to reblog this because it is the full and unadorned truth.

outofsteparts:

Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway

Sean Kelly #designersean

I’ll post more on it later, but this is pretty much how SPX was from beginning to end.

I am compelled to reblog this because it is the full and unadorned truth.

lil comic in that eleanor davis sketchbook from last post. lil comic in that eleanor davis sketchbook from last post.

lil comic in that eleanor davis sketchbook from last post.

So here is 80% of my treasures from SPX this year (the rest is stuck in with some stuff I had mailed home). As you can see, I got some really awesome stuff. My two favourites so far are the little blank sketchbook with an Eleanor Davis design printed on the cover (left) and Safari Honeymoon, by Jesse Jacobs (right).
SPX was really rewarding this year and I had great time behind the table with jen rickert, zach mason, and kevin budnik.  So here is 80% of my treasures from SPX this year (the rest is stuck in with some stuff I had mailed home). As you can see, I got some really awesome stuff. My two favourites so far are the little blank sketchbook with an Eleanor Davis design printed on the cover (left) and Safari Honeymoon, by Jesse Jacobs (right).
SPX was really rewarding this year and I had great time behind the table with jen rickert, zach mason, and kevin budnik.  So here is 80% of my treasures from SPX this year (the rest is stuck in with some stuff I had mailed home). As you can see, I got some really awesome stuff. My two favourites so far are the little blank sketchbook with an Eleanor Davis design printed on the cover (left) and Safari Honeymoon, by Jesse Jacobs (right).
SPX was really rewarding this year and I had great time behind the table with jen rickert, zach mason, and kevin budnik. 

So here is 80% of my treasures from SPX this year (the rest is stuck in with some stuff I had mailed home). As you can see, I got some really awesome stuff. My two favourites so far are the little blank sketchbook with an Eleanor Davis design printed on the cover (left) and Safari Honeymoon, by Jesse Jacobs (right).

SPX was really rewarding this year and I had great time behind the table with jen rickert, zach mason, and kevin budnik. 

spx! again! today! 12pm-6pm!

table n4!

HEY WE’RE AT SPX! N4!

spx:

Cartoonists in the wild.

o hayyyy spx:

Cartoonists in the wild.

o hayyyy spx:

Cartoonists in the wild.

o hayyyy spx:

Cartoonists in the wild.

o hayyyy

spx:

Cartoonists in the wild.

o hayyyy