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brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6Color: Jung Choi
Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.
Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly.  Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.
brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6Color: Jung Choi
Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.
Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly.  Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.
brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6Color: Jung Choi
Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.
Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly.  Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.
brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6Color: Jung Choi
Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.
Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly.  Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.
brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6Color: Jung Choi
Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.
Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly.  Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.
brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6Color: Jung Choi
Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.
Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly.  Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.
brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6Color: Jung Choi
Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.
Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly.  Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.

brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 2001: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6
Color: Jung Choi

Although the Ultimate Marvel Team-Up series was ostensibly a Spider-Man title, this three-part arc is all about the Punisher and the web-head appears only sporadically. The Ultimate version of the Punisher eliminates the Vietnam soldier aspect of the character and recasts him as a straight cop who is attacked by his crooked compatriots, who is arrested after killing two of his assailants.

Sienkiewicz’s scratchy linework is the perfect aesthetic for this gritty story about dirty cops and murder. These pages introduce the character and provide his backstory in a manner that’s concise without being rushed or forced.

In the third image, I thought that was Uncle Deadly. Now I really want a Punisher/Muppets team up.

(Source: comicartistevolution)

hufubleh said: Why is it when you sign books its an autograph but when I do its destruction of property?

neil-gaiman:

That’s a really hard one, and may need a lot of explaining. Let’s start at the beginning: When a person loves another person they give each other a very special kind of hug, and some months later they might well have a baby. This baby will either grow up to a) write books or b) not write books. In the former case, if the baby (now grown up) signs the book she or he has written it is considered a gesture of connection between the author and the reader. In the latter case, if the not-an-author signs a book written by someone else, it is regarded as an act of defacement.

Of course, sometimes things turn upside down. Joe Orton went to prison for defacing library books and THEN became a famous playwright, so the library books he defaced were, it was then realised, rare art and they eventually went onto display in the library that had originally reported him to the police. So these things change.

I hope this clarifies the matter.

jobhaver:

secret government agent: tell me right now, do aliens smoke weed

mulder: [tied to a chair in a dark room] i wont ever tell you this

secret government agent: *punches mulder in the face* what kind of weed do aliens smoke

mulder: *spits blood on the agent*

secret government agent: where can i buy this dank ass space weed

mulder: fuck you

(via sorchaception)

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