Sunday, 7 February 2021

Cerebus Around the World and Web #66 by Oliver Simonsen

Hi, Everybody!

As always on Sundays, click for bigger on some of these.

Oliver Simonsen:

Dealing with computer problems so reusing a previous banner this time around.

Cerebus can only work as an animated film

And on that note here's the latest amazing animation progress from Theodore Trout based on issue 78

Cerebus has no action

Brian and his wife Skywalker Payne look at "You Don't Know Jack" comic with featured guest Carson Groubaugh

"Cerebus in hell?" panel highlighted

A look at Cerebus #1

Cerebus issues 1-25 a 2021 reading goal

Cerebus issue 22 review

"History of Comic Books Podcast" looks at High Society

Italian site spotlights Cerebus Vol 2: High Society and showcases a Cerebus panel from each issue

Cerebus article on French site recommended

Cerebus collection shared in French

Starting Cerebus Church and State Vol 1

Cerebus recommended

Cerebus is fantastic

Cerebus History

Acquiring digital Cerebus

Dave Sim instagrammed first

Cerebus more famous than Pink Floyd? (in Spanish - thank you google translate)

Cerebus and children entertainment

Cerebus a favorite moment that lives rent free in one's head

"Cerebus Retcon" part of the vernacular

"Cerebus Syndrome" part of the vernacular

Cerebus recommended

The first and second appearance of Wolverine Macalistaire from the comic series Journey showcased on Wolverine Wednesday

Dave Sim's Judenhass recommended (in Spanish - thank you google translate)

"Cerebus Guide To Self-Publishing" recommended

Cerebus a favorite

Gerhard built a bar for reference

Cerebus and Spawn

Cerebus and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Only read Cerebus and Starman

Cerebus and Savage Dragon

Cerebus is Clark Kent?

I'm not doing Cerebus Facebook Group posts anymore, but hey there's a second Cerebus boat on the way!

In case you missed Andrew Andrew Rilstone's Cerebus review series first time around

Award winning Jesse Lee Herndon is now at the portion where the comic is presented as a movie in his ongoing review series

Next Time: Monday Report, more New Mutants commentary, and will Beer survive if his team loses...


Anonymous said...

I'm not sure which is sadder: the fact that nothing on this site gets any traffic, or the fact that meta-posts about "Cerebus Around the World" are links to twitter/facebook/instagram etc. links that get no traffic.

Brian West said...

Thanks, Oliver. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Most comics today don't get this kinda international attention week in week out.