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incognitomoustache:

catbountry:

nerdgerhl:

wondygirl:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

mcstack:

kumeko:

Oh Billy, you look so small right there…

Superman’s sheer anger over Billy Batson’s situation is a sight to behold. Batman and Robin get away with it because he knows it’s the world’s best internship and that Bruce is willing to put out all the stops to protect him. But Billy? He doesn’t have anyone looking out for him. And that pisses off Superman more than anything.

Seriously, Clark’s face here

He is ready to kick the ass of whoever put this boy in this situation SO HARD

Next page he really lets the Wizard Shazam have it.

Shit, son. I might have to buy this book for those last two panels alone.

When Superman is written well he is an amazing goddamned character.

these few pages are some of my favourite in comic book history. So good. For anyone wondering what the next few pages look like, here you go:

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This is a bigger deal than some of you might think, because Superman is one of the heroes in the DC Universe who keeps his secret identity pretty damn secret, because as probably the most powerful and influential person on earth, a lot of people do not wish him well - and would jump at the chance to hold people dear to him as leverage.

Yet, he trusts this poor, scared little kid. To comfort him, and entrust him with his biggest secret - just as Billy did for him.

Superman is just really important, ok?

This art is hit or miss for me, and (as usual) I’m a lot more interested in Captain Marvel’s story than Superman’s sympathy, but this is nevertheless the most interesting set of pages I’ve seen from DC in years.

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aprilmalig:

Neko: The Cat

Written by April Malig Drawn by Hwei Lin Lim.

Hey everybody! I wrote a story for Slate’s 12 Panel Pitch. Hwei Lim did such a good job illustrating it!! 

Thanks April for writing such an amazingly creepy and intriguing story, and Sasha and James for holding my hand through drawing it!!

koalaparties
koalaparties:

Emily’s new Halloween comic!

Not sure how I missed this. Emily Carroll had this to say about it on her site:This one’s horror (in the spirit of the season) and — just as a note — contains more body based horror than I’ve explored in the past. I consider it part of a trilogy in terms of setting & theme with my earlier comics His Face All Red and Margot’s Room, though they are all of course stand alone short stories as well.

koalaparties:

Emily’s new Halloween comic!

Not sure how I missed this. Emily Carroll had this to say about it on her site:
This one’s horror (in the spirit of the season) and — just as a note — contains more body based horror than I’ve explored in the past. I consider it part of a trilogy in terms of setting & theme with my earlier comics His Face All Red and Margot’s Room, though they are all of course stand alone short stories as well.