It didn’t escape many people’s notice that Frank Miller was looking more and more like some of the characters he’s drawn in Sin City, when he made an appear
He also believes Marvel is part of Jewish agenda. No really, go read his AMA on reddit.
Someone want to go and get a screencap of that? Crimeney..
Here you go
Eh, that seem less about a “Jewish Agenda” and more just his curiosity about how a lot of the early creators of superhero comics were Jewish.
…although Superman as a golem? Huh?
To play Devil’s Advocate, I think Frank made some good points in that interview.
Satoshi Kon - Editing Space & Time from Tony Zhou on Vimeo.
Four years after his passing, we still haven’t quite caught up to Satoshi Kon, one of the great visionaries of modern film. In just four features and one TV series, he developed a unique style of editing that distorted and warped space and time. Join me in honoring the greatest Japanese animator not named Miyazaki.
For educational purposes only. You can follow me at twitter.com/tonyszhou
For further reading/viewing, I highly recommend:
Andrew Osmond’s book “Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist” (my major source) amzn.com/1933330740
Kristin Thompson’s essay on match cuts & graphic matches bit.ly/1x960Em
And this tumblr with an excellent name fuckyeahsatoshikon.tumblr.com/
Sven Hoek from Thad Komorowski on Vimeo.
Time-coded ‘extended’ version of SVËN HÖEK. No music of FX. Dated 9/16/92, five days before it was formally announced Spumco had been removed from the show.
Model U.N. - A CIP Flick from Patrick Toole on Vimeo.
Today after school, World War Three….
This film was made as part of a 12 week filmmaking class at the College Internship Program in Lee, MA.
Written by Lucy Moore
Directed by Patrick Toole
Starring Ryan Shembechler
Ignoring all the crap from Marville, do you think it would be worth it to revive Epic Comics? It sounded like a good idea but very poorly executed.
Isn’t Marvel’s Icon imprint basically the modern-day answer to Epic, though? Except it’s mostly just books from Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Millar, and David Mack that come through them, and very little else.
The Independents: The Artists Struggle from Michael La Breche on Vimeo.
Artist Doug TenNapel (creator of Earthworm Jim, Creature Tech, Ratfist and Cardboard) talks about the struggle each artist faces in balancing their personal artistic goals with the realities of life.
Filmed in Los Angeles at the LaBrea Tar Pits while Doug was taking photo reference pictures for one of his next books, Hixon Bragg. Along for the trip were Doug’s wonderful children.
Also in the video: Eliza Frye (creator of Regalia), Jim Higgins (teacher at Meltdown Comics, Otis College of Art and Design and self publisher), his students Jimmy, Pam and Juan, Eliza’s father Doug (painter and artist) and Doug TenNapel’s wife Angie.
I want to thank all the artists who have been so generous with their time; for allowing my to come into their lives with camera in tow. This includes a thank you to Larime Taylor, who will be joining the artists already seen in this video later this month.
To learn more about the film please go to theindependentsfilm.com You can also follow us on twitter at @TheIndiesFilm and like us on Facebook at facebook.com/TheIndependentsFilm