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ungoliantschilde:

some of Mike Mignola’s ALIENS and Predator artwork for Dark Horse.

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Two-Face’s tour de force ten-second appearance in the recent-cancelled stage extravaganza, Batman Live!

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When I saw the first image for Two-Face ‘66 by Garcia-Lopez, I didn’t think there was anything special about the split suit. Aside from the squiggly pattern on the bad side, I thought it was just a pretty standard Two-Face suit until I saw Alex Ross’ version.

I hadn’t noticed it before, but this may be the first Two-Face to ever wear a tux! It’s like he’s half Sinatra/Rat Pack, half cheesy Vegas lounge singer. I’m not sure how intentional this was on Garcia-Lopez’s part as designer, but seeing as how I’m a fan of both Two-Face and the Rat Pack, I love this to itty bitty bits. It’s such a subtle, clever way to make him fit into the 60’s while still keeping him stylish and aesthetically pleasing!

I wish I were in better shape so I could cosplay the hell out of this design. And then reuse the makeup for a Aparo turtleneck cosplay. Life goals, folks, life goals.

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#inktober Day 15: DOC OCK

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#inktober Day 15: DOC OCK

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Scene we probably won’t see on Fox’s Gotham: Harvey Bullock giving Jim Gordon a heart attack with prank phone calls and spring snakes.

From Batman #364 (1983), written by Doug Moench, art by Don Newton and Alfredo Alcala.

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The one thing I’m concerned about re: “Batman ‘66: The Lost Episode”

CA: How developed was [Harlan Ellison’s outline for the Two-Face episode]?  Was there any dialogue, was it just a plot…

LEN WEIN: It was a finished outline. It was just what you’d do for a television show. I mean, I made some adjustments and additions and deletions to make it fit the page count, and to make it a better Two-Face story – Harlan’s outline was wonderful, but there are very specific idiosyncrasies to Two-Face, which he had missed in some spots, so I put ‘em back in.

Considering that Wein recently wrote a particularly bad Two-Face comic that fundamentally misunderstood the character by having him cheat with the coin flip (while still breaking down when the coin is taken away), I’m more than a bit concerned about what “idiosyncrasies” he added to Ellison’s already-perfect-just-the-way-it-was take on Two-Face.

(Source: comicsalliance.com)

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I am the writing on the wall, the whisper in the classroom. Without these things I am nothing, so now I must shed innocent blood. Come with me.

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Thank you so much for this info!!! I’m looking through that link right now. :)
My pleasure! I honestly love pointing people towards interesting and obscure comics, so I’m glad I could help! :D If you like what you’ve seen of that Harlan issue, you can buy a digital copy of the whole thing at Comixology for $1.99! That’s probably be easier and cheaper than tracking down the back issue.
And if you’re interested in Ellison’s Two-Face issue, rest assured that I will be talking up a storm when the issue comes out. Ellison’s script outline was honestly one of the best Two-Face stories I’ve ever read just in terms of how well he understands the character and why Harvey’s so important, so I’m very interested to see how the adaptation holds up!
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MOVIE STAR: BRING ME MY PAIN TWIN

DIRECTOR: do you mean your stunt double

MOVIE STAR: BRING ME MY AGONY SHADOW WHO SUFFERS FOR ME

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A Movie Star Names Things" - Mallory Ortberg

I actually literally can’t with this.

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