Cutting out background elements for the art show at Tattooed Mom this Friday, FEB THIRD.
We’ll be putting up art in that weird back room.
Check it on the facebooks.
Black Cherry Bombshells #7 is available at DC Online.
Get that girl on zombie action with special guest artist Sheldon Vella.
This was actually the beginning of a subtle crossover with Shelly’s comic. It was part of an idea for a spin-off series that would take place between the end of Black Cherry Bombshells and the beginning of SUPERtron… Alas, it was never meant to be.
Two more breathtaking chapters left until the epic conclusion!
The newest issue of The Black Cherry Bombshells comes out for Comixology and Playstation. Oh yeah!
“The King continues her sinister game of chess with The Black Cherry Bombshells as her pieces and the fate of female humanity in the balance.”
More golden age Moon Girl this week.
Pretty sure this is from Satana’s first appearance in Moon Girl and the Prince #2.
Moon Girl was originally created by Gardner Fox and Sheldon Moldoff in the 1940’s and has since fallen into the public domain.
Read Moon Girl’s continuing adventures on the web, iPhone/Pad and Droid!
Once a Goonie. Always a Goonie.
For more funderful pop culture refrences from the 80’s; check our Carnivale De Robotique by Mark Fionda Jr.
Spend Black Friday with the Black Cherry Bombshells.
Avoid the crowds of zombies.
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.
I know Halloween was last week but we can’t get enough of zombie prom.
FRIDAYS WITH ANDREA THE INTERN
Moon Girl, anyone?
Black Cherry Bombshells fan art by our best buddy Gabe Bautista.
Ma’ Rizzo the glutton.
Secret Carnivale De Robotique art by Gabe bautista is hidden on the other side of this QR code.