Relative Silence
sneak046:

groonk:

momentofmorrison:

“U. R. BANDIT” - We3, art by Frank Quitely. DC/Vertigo, 2004.

When Hollywood does this movie it best be done right.

I don’t mind admitting We3 makes me tear up.

Me too, sneak, me too.

sneak046:

groonk:

momentofmorrison:

“U. R. BANDIT” - We3, art by Frank Quitely. DC/Vertigo, 2004.

When Hollywood does this movie it best be done right.

I don’t mind admitting We3 makes me tear up.

Me too, sneak, me too.

dovryn:

(via johnvondoom, tooflyandshy)

I fucking hate Superman and I think he represents everything that is bad about comics as an industry (big companies focussing on company-owned characters to the detriment of smaller artists and general creativity, big companies being more than willing to fuck over creators for money, concentration on incestuous superheroics to the detriment of a hundred other genres, etc) but this sequence still fucking gets me.

dovryn:

(via johnvondoom, tooflyandshy)

I fucking hate Superman and I think he represents everything that is bad about comics as an industry (big companies focussing on company-owned characters to the detriment of smaller artists and general creativity, big companies being more than willing to fuck over creators for money, concentration on incestuous superheroics to the detriment of a hundred other genres, etc) but this sequence still fucking gets me.

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

Just another day at the office!

From Grant Morrison & Chris Weston’s incredible and mind-fucking The Filth.

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

Just another day at the office!

From Grant Morrison & Chris Weston’s incredible and mind-fucking The Filth.

dennisculver:

Late 2007 drawing. Mr. Quimper from The Invisibles

dennisculver:

Late 2007 drawing. Mr. Quimper from The Invisibles

louobedlam:

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

Fredrick “Freddie” Harper-Seaton, a.k.a. “Tom O’Bedlam.”

And now you know where Lou O’ Bedlam came from.

louobedlam:

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

Fredrick “Freddie” Harper-Seaton, a.k.a. “Tom O’Bedlam.”

And now you know where Lou O’ Bedlam came from.






“….It’s what the Australian Aborigines call Dreamtime and the Western Occult traditionalists cal the Astral Plane. Most of us are more familiar with it as the imagination and tend to take it or granted or use it in a more limited way.





If you want to use that faculty more, all you have to do is stop for a moment and daydream .

Try this: imagine yourself going to Paris, flying there at supersonic speeds or perhaps teleporting into the Champs Élysées . Can you see it? What you are seeing will be based on personal recollections if you’ve been there and/or a combination of pictures or movies that you’ve seen. Is the Arc de Triomphe behind or ahead of you? What are you wearing? Is it day or night? What’s the weather like? And so on. This is what they are talking about when they say “astral travel”

What you’re seeing in your head may not be the real Paris, but who knows, you might be remote viewing….”

Excerpt from an interview with Grant Morrison in Coilhouse #4

….It’s what the Australian Aborigines call Dreamtime and the Western Occult traditionalists cal the Astral Plane. Most of us are more familiar with it as the imagination and tend to take it or granted or use it in a more limited way.

If you want to use that faculty more, all you have to do is stop for a moment and daydream .


Try this: imagine yourself going to Paris, flying there at supersonic speeds or perhaps teleporting into the Champs Élysées . Can you see it? What you are seeing will be based on personal recollections if you’ve been there and/or a combination of pictures or movies that you’ve seen. Is the Arc de Triomphe behind or ahead of you? What are you wearing? Is it day or night? What’s the weather like? And so on. This is what they are talking about when they say “astral travel”


What you’re seeing in your head may not be the real Paris, but who knows, you might be remote viewing….”

Excerpt from an interview with Grant Morrison in Coilhouse #4