Robert TRES Trujillo, whose art graces the cover of the new issue of RAD DAD!
"From my spaceship, Look down on n*ggas tell em you ain't ish. Can't get caught in the Matrix, fuck what you think bitch" STS powered by @Skibeatz
If you watched Alfonso Amey's Paula Deen Meets Black Jesus, you already know about his love for bad language and NSFW comedy. If not... well... I apologize in advance for all the gay jokes in SHADY CALIFORNIA... of which there are many.
#musicToDrawTo "GGMOOD!" by the sentient DOOMbot known as @GripGrand (tastes great with or without MF DOOM)
Okay, I officially fux with the Cali-based rogue scholar Grip Grand, who produced this mixtape GGDOOM with a shite-load of vinyl and some lifted acapellas by everyone's favorite rapping super villain.
He leaps over lies in a single bound. Who is he? The black Prophet! One day, he got struck by Knowledge of Self. It gave him super scientifical powers... Wait. No... I was thinking of someone else. This is the cover to the new issue of Brandon Graham's PROPHET. Well, the character technically belongs to Rob Liefeld, but Brandon has made the concept his own in a big way!
we love Black Dynamite. We love the movie. We love the cartoon. We love the one-shot comic that Ars Nova self-published a while back. And now, we're excited to see that they've taken the comic over to IDW for a brand new #1, with that dude Ron Wimberly making nice on pencils. Peep...
"We killin' em softly with beats and rhymes. If the city bump this, you will see a decrease in crime..." -Kilo Art-of-Fact
I just filled out the form to receive my copy of Jules Rivera's Kickstarter-funded urban fantasy funnybook Misfortune High #1, which I am very excited to read. She posted the pic above of the books which arrived last week, and I imagine books have already went out to other backers, since I was late filling out my shipping info. Anyways, I went diving through her Kickstarter updates and the MH Tumblr and found some process art from issue #2...
#musicToDrawTo "ALL DAT GLITTERS AIN'T GOALS" instrumentals produced by @Illastrate inspired by the works of Fahamu Pecou.
Fahamu Pecou and Illustrate. I also embedded the original EP, which features Atlanta-based hip hop from emcees like Ekunday (Liuns Den) Clan Destined, Boog Brown, Methuzulah, Stic man, Starchile, etc. You're welcome.
"My inner prize is more precious than the Enterprize. Starship Star Trekking when the pen applies" @Th3oryHazit of DC COMETS #nerdcore
I'm a big fan of Kentucky native emcee-producer Theory Hazit, so I was intrigued to see him combine with Cream of Beats under the moniker DC Comets. Peep DC Comets' new video Astro, where Hazit gets his MF DOOM on courtesy of a cheap gladiator helmet...