Match the poorly rendered characters to their respective links on the right (again). Have a good rummage, it's all good stuff over there.
No prizes though.
Did you find them?
1. Barock at Dan McDaid's and Jersey Gods Blogs. 2. Professor Skeffington at I Heart Pencils and Feltmistress'. 3. The Vanguard at HUZZAH!! and consequently Faz Choudhury and Rob Davis'. 4. Jet Girl a la Rufus Dayglo and therefore also at Tank Girl.
5. Dredd, again at both Rufus and Rob's. 6. The Sea's wild shadow lady monster at Will Kirkby's. 7. The Hunt Master from Hellboy- The Wild Hunt so at Hellboy and Duncan Fegredo's. 8. Boxhead and Roundhead at Elliot's Sandwichbag. (i'll add his web in a bit) 9. Tozo at Tozo Comic and 10. El Oso at Jorge R Gutierrez.
Like I said, no prizes but it should have been fun.
Posted by WJC at 12:43
The bit of Google Analytics i'm sure I understand is the bit which shows you how far people have travelled to your site. At this stage, outside of the U.K. the most visits have been from the U.S.A. and the majority of them (by a slight margin) from California. Here's the California flag by way of a 'High Five' to those visiting from the West Coast. Thanks for stopping by.
Flag Day No.2 next week. Who knows where it'll be.
Posted by WJC at 23:13
I do not fully understand the workings and mysteries of Google Analytics but I do like the idea that people do visit this site and may even visit by accident (apologies to those who have been looking for 'proper' nude wrestling and ended up here)
What I find interesting is that over 30% of search engine traffic has come from people typing in Bunty Holsters.
If I am misunderstanding what I'm reading on GA please let me know.
Because Jersey Gods will be out at last! The waiting is getting unbearable. The only other artist to have had work on this blog (except my nippers) Dan McDaid and writer Glen Brunswick's mixture of Super Beings and suburban romance is only a couple of weeks away.
Still can't wait.
After the dangerous combat, The Coconut Robot returns to his jungle lair to try and discover the cause of the new knocking sound in his hairy chest. As well as all the other repairs to damage caused by the 'rumble' with the King of the Jungle Queens.
He knew he was going to regret swallowing a whole TV but hadn't really considered that they would need to administer Led Zeppelin to get the telly out.
I have pretty much recovered now from the cold/ flu/ Creeping death that killed Christmas (Though have not recovered from my Dr Who special going down the toilet as a consequence which will be redone, some time) Turns out today though, that may have cracked a rib through enthusiastic coughing.
Posted by WJC at 13:01
Andre (who should have some sort of web presence to link to but doesn't) emailed this old photograph of a deep sea diver/ spaceman/ man who's got a robot. The only explanation was 'saw this thought of you'
I drew it for you.
Posted by WJC at 23:15
Last year I met Garry Leach at BICS. He had just presented a masterclass in painting Dan Dare which was great. And he was very enthusiastic and complimentary about my portfolio (and introduced me to Rufus Dayglo).
Did I remember at the time that he worked on one of my 2000AD favourites The VC's? Nope, not until I got home that night. I still feel a proper tit.
Posted by WJC at 13:32