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Britney Spears + the Mayan Calendar + Carnivale de Robotique =
THE BEST END OF EXISTENCE EVER.
Happy 2012, motherfuckers!
Looking at Carnivale Robotique just makes me want to dance. It’s like Florence + the Machine are playing on repeat.
Sometimes, that’s all life is: a series of live-or-die dance competitions. This is just a reminder to keep moving.
But all the cool robots dance! Can’t we all just learn to bust a move?
All robots are not born equal.
Just so you know…DANCE IS LIFE.
but it can be freedom, too.
(PUT YOUR PAWS UP…I just felt like that should be a little monsters shout out)
Read Carnivale De Robotique.
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.
The Magic of Green Screen!
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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!”
Star Wars fan art from Mark Fionda.
Check out more of his mechanical abominations in the pages of Carnivale De Robotique.
Dragon Ball Z vs Pokemon for supremacy of Cartoon Network’s weekday afternoons, circa 2005.
Check out more of Mark Fionda’s pop culture references in the pages of Carnivale De Robotique.
Talking robots, the 80’s and Ronald Reagan with FuelYourIllustration.com