jainitz1:

DREAM THIEF Volume 1, TPB. 
Item Code: NOV130062 In Shops: 3/12/2014 SRP: $17.99
Reviewed by Comic Book Resources, Ain’t It Cool News, The Nerdist, The Buy Pile, CHUD, MTV Geek, Major Spoilers, Crave Online, The Onion AV Club, Comics Matter, Insert Geek Here, Newsarama, IGN, Bloody Disgusting, Bleeding Cool, Geek-o-Rama, Geeks of Doom, Unleash the Fanboy, and Nerd Locker.

Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood’s DREAM THIEF is one of my favorite new books from 2013.  If you missed the single issues, now is your chance to pre-order the trade.

jainitz1:

DREAM THIEF Volume 1, TPB. 

Item Code: NOV130062

In Shops: 3/12/2014

SRP: $17.99

Reviewed by Comic Book Resources, Ain’t It Cool News, The Nerdist, The Buy Pile, CHUD, MTV Geek, Major Spoilers, Crave Online, The Onion AV Club, Comics Matter, Insert Geek Here, Newsarama, IGN, Bloody Disgusting, Bleeding Cool, Geek-o-Rama, Geeks of Doom, Unleash the Fanboy, and Nerd Locker.

Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood’s DREAM THIEF is one of my favorite new books from 2013.  If you missed the single issues, now is your chance to pre-order the trade.

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@i09 chose a creation of @paulazaceta and mine as one of their Top 10 Most Insane Alternate Reality Versions of Popular Superheroes.  It’s Peter Parker from What If Spider-Man Killed Kraven the Hunter?  From io9’s piece:
"If you kill the beast, you must become him. And since you don’t want to be alone in your big empty hall with your tiki torches and your tooth necklace, you then have to collar and leash a bunch of your friends. And also a lion. There are a lot of stories that predict dire consequences if the hero has a moral lapse, but this is one of my favorites. The tame lion, the rhino-skull shoulder pad, the absolute erasure of identity, and that indefinable hint of the dork that always sticks to Spider-Man. It’s delicious."

@i09 chose a creation of @paulazaceta and mine as one of their Top 10 Most Insane Alternate Reality Versions of Popular Superheroes.  It’s Peter Parker from What If Spider-Man Killed Kraven the Hunter?  From io9’s piece:

"If you kill the beast, you must become him. And since you don’t want to be alone in your big empty hall with your tiki torches and your tooth necklace, you then have to collar and leash a bunch of your friends. And also a lion. There are a lot of stories that predict dire consequences if the hero has a moral lapse, but this is one of my favorites. The tame lion, the rhino-skull shoulder pad, the absolute erasure of identity, and that indefinable hint of the dork that always sticks to Spider-Man. It’s delicious."

robinwdavey:

Another animated illustration for Wired Italia. This accompanied a column about AI, specifically the question of how or if an intelligent machine could be told apart from a human. The text references the scene early in Blade Runner where a suspected replicant is questioned using the Voight-Kampff device so I drew inspiration from that, hopefully not too directly!

robinwdavey:

Another animated illustration for Wired Italia. This accompanied a column about AI, specifically the question of how or if an intelligent machine could be told apart from a human. The text references the scene early in Blade Runner where a suspected replicant is questioned using the Voight-Kampff device so I drew inspiration from that, hopefully not too directly!

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