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Space Cat and Space Housing

I find this to be practical and informative.
More of Mark Fionda’s madness inside the pages of Carnivale De Robotique.
Nov 7, 2012 / 11 notes

fondlepunch:

Space Cat and Space Housing

I find this to be practical and informative.

More of Mark Fionda’s madness inside the pages of Carnivale De Robotique.

Check it out, our friend Kelly sent us photos of herself in a Carnivale De Robotique tee.
How fashionable.
Get your very own from the South Fellini Store.
May 24, 2012 / 12 notes

Check it out, our friend Kelly sent us photos of herself in a Carnivale De Robotique tee.

How fashionable.

Get your very own from the South Fellini Store.

Dec 27, 2011 / 24 notes

Carnivale De Robotique gets a trailer courtesy of Ivan the Intern.

It’s like 50 seconds of screaming cartoons drawn by Mark A. Fionda Jr.

I wish there was a way to make all the circus bears day glo colors without running into issues from peta…oh, in a perfect world.
Dec 7, 2011 / 31 notes

I wish there was a way to make all the circus bears day glo colors without running into issues from peta…oh, in a perfect world.

Check out this Eli-Copter short piece by Gabe Bautista. 
Read about more flying pink elephants in Carnivale De Robotique.
Sep 27, 2011 / 17 notes

Check out this Eli-Copter short piece by Gabe Bautista. 

Read about more flying pink elephants in Carnivale De Robotique.

Look for a bunch of freshie pin-ups by the South Fellini illustrators in the next issue of Moon Girl.
This here is by Mark Fionda Jr, the fingertips behind Carnivale De Robotique.
Thanks, Mark!
Aug 11, 2011 / 12 notes

Look for a bunch of freshie pin-ups by the South Fellini illustrators in the next issue of Moon Girl.

This here is by Mark Fionda Jr, the fingertips behind Carnivale De Robotique.

Thanks, Mark!

 

 I ♣ O’NEIL
Check out Mark Fionda Jr’s Tokka grinding the razor.
There’s a lil reptile-ninja-action in issue #3 of Mark’s Carnivale De Robotique, available at Comixology.
Jun 6, 2011 / 11 notes
 

I ♣ O’NEIL

Check out Mark Fionda Jr’s Tokka grinding the razor.

There’s a lil reptile-ninja-action in issue #3 of Mark’s Carnivale De Robotique, available at Comixology.

Did you guys hear about Bill and Ted 3?  Now that we’re in the future it’s finally coming.
Team SOUTH fellini is pretty pumped.
Mark Fionda, illustrator of Carnivale De Robotique, drew this portrait of Station’s Most Bodacious Creations in celebration.
Air Guitar.
Apr 26, 2011 / 21 notes

Did you guys hear about Bill and Ted 3?  Now that we’re in the future it’s finally coming.

Team SOUTH fellini is pretty pumped.

Mark Fionda, illustrator of Carnivale De Robotique, drew this portrait of Station’s Most Bodacious Creations in celebration.

Air Guitar.

Make your own Carnivale De Robotique comic strip thanks to this template from Mark Fionda.
Send us your Robot Comics and we’ll share it on the blog!
Mar 15, 2011 / 4 notes

Make your own Carnivale De Robotique comic strip thanks to this template from Mark Fionda.

Send us your Robot Comics and we’ll share it on the blog!

Darth Vader by Mark Fionda Jr.  More machine than man now?
Check out more of Mark mechanized insanity in the pages of Carnivale De Robotique.
Mar 3, 2011 / 18 notes

Darth Vader by Mark Fionda Jr.  More machine than man now?

Check out more of Mark mechanized insanity in the pages of Carnivale De Robotique.

Check out Mark Fionda’s adorable cat prints.  Not of be confused with paw prints.
If you dig his cats your love his robots; read Carnivale De Robotique from @Comixology
Feb 9, 2011 / 15 notes

Check out Mark Fionda’s adorable cat prints.  Not of be confused with paw prints.

If you dig his cats your love his robots; read Carnivale De Robotique from @Comixology

Meet Mark Fionda jr. He is the mad illustrator behind the dancing robots of Carnivale De Robotique.  If you have a minute you should read about his latest dream and greatest lie.

SF - Can you remember your last dream? If so, what was it about?

MF - I was fighting a horde  of ogres & orks with Tom Petty, and my friend’s dog Rogue. I can’t  really explain that one. I don’t even like Tom Petty.

SF - What’s the most unbelievable lie you’ve ever told- and gotten away with?

MF - This one time back in  middle school, a few friends and I went around setting stuff on fire one  Saturday afternoon. Stuff like old action figures, gloves, and whatever  else we could find that wasn’t gonna cause a big scene. Juvenile shit.  Long story short, a cop stops and tries to question me about reports of a  series of objects left burning around the neighborhood. I faked up some  tears, told the cop I was having a bad day, made up some bullshit that  my grandma died that morning, and I wanted to just get out of the house.  The cop says that he was sorry to bother me and drives off down the  road. I then start laughing my ass off to the fact that a 13 year old  fooled a cop, and chucked the two dollar store lighters I had my pocket  into the nearest yard. I then went home and proceeded to play Final  Fantasy 7 for the rest of the night. FUCK YEAH.

SF - Smurfs or Snorks?

MF - Transformers

SF - Are you the kind of person you would lend money to?

MF - Probably.

SF - What music gets you through a last-minute deadline?

MF - Fast paced metal music:  Cannibal Corpse, Motorhead, Austrian Death Machine, Mastodon, Danzig,  etc. (to name a few) Pretty much anything fast, loud, and angry to speed  me through.
Jan 27, 2011 / 15 notes

Meet Mark Fionda jr. He is the mad illustrator behind the dancing robots of Carnivale De Robotique. If you have a minute you should read about his latest dream and greatest lie.

SF - Can you remember your last dream? If so, what was it about?

MF - I was fighting a horde of ogres & orks with Tom Petty, and my friend’s dog Rogue. I can’t really explain that one. I don’t even like Tom Petty.

SF - What’s the most unbelievable lie you’ve ever told- and gotten away with?

MF - This one time back in middle school, a few friends and I went around setting stuff on fire one Saturday afternoon. Stuff like old action figures, gloves, and whatever else we could find that wasn’t gonna cause a big scene. Juvenile shit. Long story short, a cop stops and tries to question me about reports of a series of objects left burning around the neighborhood. I faked up some tears, told the cop I was having a bad day, made up some bullshit that my grandma died that morning, and I wanted to just get out of the house. The cop says that he was sorry to bother me and drives off down the road. I then start laughing my ass off to the fact that a 13 year old fooled a cop, and chucked the two dollar store lighters I had my pocket into the nearest yard. I then went home and proceeded to play Final Fantasy 7 for the rest of the night. FUCK YEAH.

SF - Smurfs or Snorks?

MF - Transformers

SF - Are you the kind of person you would lend money to?

MF - Probably.

SF - What music gets you through a last-minute deadline?

MF - Fast paced metal music: Cannibal Corpse, Motorhead, Austrian Death Machine, Mastodon, Danzig, etc. (to name a few) Pretty much anything fast, loud, and angry to speed me through.

Tom Servo is my favorite cast member on MST3K; Mark Fionda’s too apparently.
For more silly robots, read Carnivale De Robotique by Mark.  It’s a comic from Comixology about running away to join the robot circus.
Dec 9, 2010 / 40 notes

Tom Servo is my favorite cast member on MST3K; Mark Fionda’s too apparently.

For more silly robots, read Carnivale De Robotique by Mark.  It’s a comic from Comixology about running away to join the robot circus.

The final issue of Carnivale De Robotique is available on Comixology today.
Wendy faces her greatest challenge ever; the intelligent designer of the  universe has come to destroy Earth. Z.A.Q. the alien created the  universe with a complex set of mathematical formulas.  Unfortunately,  people of earth have upset his grand equation by downgrading Pluto. The  robot circus must turn all of their former enemies into allies if they  hope to save Earth from being blown up.  This is the end of the world as  we know it; don’t miss the epic conclusion to Carnivale De Robotique.
Nov 24, 2010 / 4 notes

The final issue of Carnivale De Robotique is available on Comixology today.

Wendy faces her greatest challenge ever; the intelligent designer of the universe has come to destroy Earth. Z.A.Q. the alien created the universe with a complex set of mathematical formulas.  Unfortunately, people of earth have upset his grand equation by downgrading Pluto. The robot circus must turn all of their former enemies into allies if they hope to save Earth from being blown up.  This is the end of the world as we know it; don’t miss the epic conclusion to Carnivale De Robotique.

Here’s an early look at Carnivale De Robotique #4 coming out next week (we hope) from Comixology.
In this fourth and final issue, the robot circus must defend earth from Z.A.Q. - a malevolent space creature that hates Earth and everything about it.
Read the comic that Philadelphia City Paper calls “Brilliant, fancifully and imaginative!”
Nov 19, 2010 / 1 note

Here’s an early look at Carnivale De Robotique #4 coming out next week (we hope) from Comixology.

In this fourth and final issue, the robot circus must defend earth from Z.A.Q. - a malevolent space creature that hates Earth and everything about it.

Read the comic that Philadelphia City Paper calls “Brilliant, fancifully and imaginative!”