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dedderz:

TROMA To Eject VIDEOWORLD at SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON… Starring the Ultimate Cyberpunk, VID VICIOUS 2.0 & NANCY-X!
Lloyd Kaufman and the TROMA Team will be issuing a special release of Dedderz’ Manek Deboto n’ Nuke Puke ‘Em’s new reality comic book, VIDEOWORLD as part of this month’s phenomenal SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON - July 24th - July 27th."I blew my load when Nuke told me Troma would be involved in getting VideoWorld out to the toxic-citizens of Tromaville - this is a dream come true for us!" — Manek Deboto, Co-Creator of VideoworldVideoWorld is filled with retro-active 80’s nostalgia, 90’s cyberpunk, futuristic cyborgs, sub-humanoids, hoverboards, bizarro ooze, weird science goop and pizza sluts! Containing exclusive pin-ups by legendary comic book artists, Steve Pugh & Shaky Kane and even comes with its very own soundtrack by Dedderz. VideoWorld is the perfect side-kick to such luminary titles as The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke ‘Em High, Father’s Day & Surf Nazis Must Die!For More newz on Troma Comic Con Panel Guests head to Troma.Com - http://www.troma.com/news/23160/troma-san-diego-comic-con-panel-guests-announced/Via the UnderNet of Dedderz.Com http://www.dedderz.com 


My art shows up in this comic! If you’re going to Comic-Con be sure to pick up a copy, it’s a totally rad book!

dedderz:

TROMA To Eject VIDEOWORLD at SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON… Starring the Ultimate Cyberpunk, VID VICIOUS 2.0 & NANCY-X!

Lloyd Kaufman and the TROMA Team will be issuing a special release of Dedderz’ Manek Deboto n’ Nuke Puke ‘Em’s new reality comic book, VIDEOWORLD as part of this month’s phenomenal SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON - July 24th - July 27th.

"I blew my load when Nuke told me Troma would be involved in getting VideoWorld out to the toxic-citizens of Tromaville - this is a dream come true for us!" — Manek Deboto, Co-Creator of Videoworld

VideoWorld is filled with retro-active 80’s nostalgia, 90’s cyberpunk, futuristic cyborgs, sub-humanoids, hoverboards, bizarro ooze, weird science goop and pizza sluts! Containing exclusive pin-ups by legendary comic book artists, Steve Pugh & Shaky Kane and even comes with its very own soundtrack by Dedderz. VideoWorld is the perfect side-kick to such luminary titles as The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke ‘Em High, Father’s Day & Surf Nazis Must Die!

For More newz on Troma Comic Con Panel Guests head to Troma.Com - 
http://www.troma.com/news/23160/troma-san-diego-comic-con-panel-guests-announced/

Via the UnderNet of Dedderz.Com http://www.dedderz.com 

My art shows up in this comic! If you’re going to Comic-Con be sure to pick up a copy, it’s a totally rad book!


Sweet Tea, Hot Pockets, Pelinal Whitestrake. Oh, and comics.

Sweet Tea, Hot Pockets, Pelinal Whitestrake. Oh, and comics.


RAD! It’s here! 

My DEDDERZ fanart from a few months ago was included in their new Videoworld comic! Thanks guys!

Buy the comic+soundtrack here!


I have a question that perhaps you could answer. Where does the image of Nyarlathotep with the three legs and long tentacle head come from? I see people illustrating him in this "tongue" form all the time, but I don't recall it ever being in any of Lovecraft's stories. What is the origin of it?

wilburwhateley:

You know, I spent a good portion of my free time this afternoon looking for details related to this question. It’s pleasantly odd to find the question posed tonight in my inbox, as well. :)
I found that last image I posted of Nyarlathotep while attempting to track down some explanation for the tentacle-head/face. I mean, it’s a striking depiction, of course; I just, until now, had no idea know where it began and couldn’t find a clear answer by simply following my normal routes through Joshi and Price or through the legacy/Mythos writers that followed HPL. 

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My intuition screamed “Derleth” and always does when something appears to be from the Lovecraft texts but isn’t and can’t be tied to the RPG world—and I don’t mean to sound disrespectful towards Derleth in saying that. It’s just that it often seems to be the case for me when I’ve gone searching for something presented in a very specific, repeated way yet totally absent from HPL’s writing. I can’t say that I’m a passionate fan of Derleth or that, in all honesty, I’ve read much of him at all, so I don’t feel comfortable in presenting “Derleth” as the final answer to the question, if that makes sense. Actually, it wasn’t until I combined “Nyarlathotep and Derleth” as a search parameter that I came across this article (link)
To the point, I have no idea if there were other influences that lead to this particular portrayal beyond “The Dweller in Darkness.” This article plays fast and loose with sourcing, of course, as we all do when blogging. It is well-written, though, thoughtful, and worth a look. If anyone has more background to share, it would be more than welcome here. And thank you, skincube, for the fantastic question.

Iä! Iä! Yog-Sothoth! 

This question has always bothered me, and I always suspected it might be related to August Derleth. While reading the linked article I remembered The Thing in the Moonlight, a creepy dream Lovecraft wrote about in a letter, about a cone-faced creep who chases him in a train yard. So I think Derleth might have been influenced by that… The dream was later written into a short story by another author.

I’ve been wanting to do a Thing in the Moonlight mini-comic for a long time now but I’m not sure how much trouble I would get in seeing as how its not by Lovecraft, and I’m unclear of its copyright status. Perhaps some of my lovecraft-fan readers might clue me in?

Also been wanting to do a new Lovecraft Triptych, this time choosing 3 of his more “obscure” stories. Nyarlathotep probably being one of them. 

Thanks to wilburwhately for answering me. Great blog!


What do you look like? are any of your characters based on you?
Anonymous

I always feel a little weird posting pics of me on the internet. I rarely draw self-portraits too. But there’s one a few posts below this one. I have a little more facial hair now.

There’s a little bit of me in each of my characters in some way or another. But it’s not something I try to do consciously. I don’t think I’m very good at writing characters. I try to keep them vague so the audience can slip into the situation more easily. I’ve been trying to change that with some of the stuff I’ve been working on recently, just to see if I can do both.

Thanks for the question!


I did a thing.
From one of my favorite Half in the Bag episodes.

I did a thing.

From one of my favorite Half in the Bag episodes.


Do you draw since you were born? :3

Probably. The earliest memories I have of drawing are from when I was a small child. The earliest memory of anything I drew was a crude drawing of a UFO with a desk lamp sticking out of the side. I kept it for the longest time. I wish I still had it.


Hello everyone! I’m still working really hard on a really cool paying comic project that I hardly find time to do anything else. Luckily, I’m having tons of fun with it!
When I’m off from work I usually dick around in Dark Souls 2. Pic related. Sorry for the lack of activity on this blog. D:

Hello everyone! I’m still working really hard on a really cool paying comic project that I hardly find time to do anything else. Luckily, I’m having tons of fun with it!

When I’m off from work I usually dick around in Dark Souls 2. Pic related. Sorry for the lack of activity on this blog. D:


jetplastic:

Okay, folks, time to get to know the brilliant artist behind “Swallow“, the first JP-story to ever be completed: Ramiro R. aka Red Museum.http://jetplastic.net/interviews In our interview we covered it all, from obvious stuff like “What’s that name all about?“ to big questions like “Why art?“. We’re deep that way.  All kidding aside, go take a look and gain some insight into the mind and work process of the great artist that is Ramiro R.! “Swallow“ of course can be read in full right here: http://jetplastic.net/previews Enjoy!

jetplastic:

Okay, folks, time to get to know the brilliant artist behind “Swallow“, the first JP-story to ever be completed: Ramiro R. aka Red Museum.

http://jetplastic.net/interviews

In our interview we covered it all, from obvious stuff like “What’s that name all about?“ to big questions like “Why art?“. We’re deep that way.

All kidding aside, go take a look and gain some insight into the mind and work process of the great artist that is Ramiro R.!

“Swallow“ of course can be read in full right here: http://jetplastic.net/previews

Enjoy!


jetplastic:

Visions, guts and Jet Plastic – what more do we need? Fantastic art and storytelling doesn’t hurt: the 9-page short-story “Swallow“ by Ramiro R. can be read in full length on our website: http://jetplastic.net/previews

jetplastic:

Visions, guts and Jet Plastic – what more do we need? Fantastic art and storytelling doesn’t hurt: the 9-page short-story “Swallow“ by Ramiro R. can be read in full length on our website: http://jetplastic.net/previews





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