Monday, 10 June 2019

"Cerebus just did."

Hi, Everybody!


The remastered Volume 1 is available digitally for $9.99.

If you're in the market to dress like Dave Sim, you can buy a "Matt D's A Moment of Cerebus" t-shirt right here. Or, if you're one of those nostalgia buffs who likes the earlier funnier A Moment Of Cerebus posts, the Tim W. Logo is available too.

If you want this:

Bidding's at Thirteen bucks, thanks to Jeff Seiler!

If you got a couple of extra bucks and want to do a fellow Cerebus fan a solid, Friend of the Blog Mike Battaglia has a go fund me here.

All the Postcard from Hell? #2 surveys are in, and the cards are at the printers.

The Cerebus In Hell? "Approval Is An Authoritarian Construct" T-Shirt is available in the US and UK

Cerebus In Hell? is getting a webstore thing.

If you're looking for Cerebus the Barbarian Messiah, or Conversations. You got more than one way to behead a Borelean, Conversations, and Cerebus the Barbarian Messiah

So I got a message from T. Casey Brennan that asked if I wanted to run this picture:

With this post.

But since I've already run that post...

And Heritage Auctions has:
Magazines:Horror, Scream #4 (Skywald, 1974) CGC NM+ 9.6 White pages....

Scream  #4, which has a letter from Dave in it. You could buy it, and find out how that whole "Cannibal Werewolf" thing works. (Of course, you'd have to crack open the case...)


No reason, I was just looking at pictures of "Fat Cerebus", and this part struck me as really funny.
Okay, that's three "Moments"...

Next Time: Something exclusive from Dave for my birthday.


Jeff said...

Aaaand, you'd have to pay around 40% more than the auction-winning price to HA. Which is why I don't do Heritage Auctions. Madre-......s

Damian T. Lloyd, Esq. said...

Today's grouchy comment: So The Strange Death of Alex Raymond is about Dave's ludicrous "comics metaphysics" adjunct to his cobbled-together religion? Disappointing; I was hoping it would be about Alex Raymond and photo-realistic cartooning. I guess it was too much to expect Dave to abandon his favourite subject: himself. I smell another critical and commercial failure! For someone who believes in signs as much as Dave does, he sure is slow to take the repeated lesson that the universe is done with him.

-- Damian

Dion said...

Dude... saying, “the universe is done with him”, that’s beyond grouchy - not nice.
I’d like to think we all have someone (hopefully more than one), that would like to keep us around.
- Dion

Tony Dunlop said...

"That doesn't sound right to me, so it clearly doesn't really belong in the Bible." Hmm, where have we heard that before?