Zeong is a cycloptic, legless, flying death machine with antlers and laser fingers. Zeong is the best Mobile Suit.
The year is 1982, the place is Japan, and everyone is getting hot on simulation game.
Hot Dog Press (no relation to Scholastic), No. 39, 1982.
Phantom of the Opera poster by Will Elder. Fanfare magazine, 1980.
Society of Illustrators: -
Hey, you in New York tomorrow? You like comics?
Come see royalboiler, Brandon Graham, at the Society of Illustrators!
I know I will.
Until there’s a BD out for it, laserdisc is the best way to watch Robot Carnival.
See! I knew there was a connection between anime and Kenneth Anger!
Anonymous said: Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome is from the 50s... Way before ELO.
The first cut, yes, but Anger later did a re-cut in the 1970’s using the ELO album Eldorado as the soundtrack.
The music of Electric Light Orchestra was used in the Daicon IV film as well as Kenneth Anger’s Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome.
We need all three combined so we can have a gay, satanic, biker anime for huge nerds.
Remember when anime DVDs used to come with weird crap? I think this keychain was from the Geneon release of Secret of Mamo.
Was talking to a friend about how Aaron Diaz disappeared off the face of the earth. He called me the “Perez Hilton of webcomics.”