mega home


Since we saw Uncle Grandpa did a major crossover with all the old and new cartoons, I thought I could share the promo and bumpers from 2004-2007 known as the CN City era.


Chicago mega mansion for sale!

A handcrafted mega mansion that draws on the finest designs and details from a variety of cultures. This massive estate boasts over 30,000 sq. ft of spectacular living and entertaining areas plus 15,000 sq. ft of covered terraces envelope the entire house. Six stately bedroom en-suites with marble baths & organized closets. 


Judge Dredd: City Limits Volume 2 is out now!! 404 pages, 18 issues, a lot of incredibly talented people, go get it!! Check here some of my favorite pages

In the 22nd century, crime runs rampant in Mega-City One, home to over 800 million citizens, robots, criminals, and lunatics. The only line of defense between order and chaos are… the Judges. Contains stories such as “The American Way of Death,” “Black Light District,” and “Mega-City Manhunt” from issues #13–30 of the Judge Dredd series as well as all of the short back-ups, edited by Chris Ryall, written by Duane Swierczynski, with art by Nelson Dániel, John Stanisci, Staz Johnson, Andy Belanger, Steve Scott, Mark Torres and Shane Pierce, with cover artwork by Jimbo Salgado.

Calling all Marvel fan-creators

You’ve heard the bullshit. Of course you have.

I am proposing that we make 1 June 2016 a DAY OF JEWISH COMICS. Jewish people created this industry and the beloved, nigh-immortal characters still so popular to this day. Let’s fight the antisemitism of the current moneyed creators and give back to the community that has given us so much by putting out fanart and fanfic that returns Jewish characters and influence to the (positive) spotlight.

DC fans are welcome too! Y’all want to put out some Superman celebrating Purim or Batman protecting a synagogue or Harley Quinn taking a giant hammer to the current Cap writers, GO FOR IT. We are here to show that Jewish people have, and have always had, a place in these comics and this giant unwieldy mega-fandom, whether their home of choice is Avengers Tower or the city of Gotham. (Massively Multiplayer Marvel/DC Jewish crossover? FRICK YEAH.)

Folks who may not have fanworks to contribute, but want to take part: as with any celebration of Judaism, we can expect the tag to garner jackasses who have nothing better to do with their time than hate on people they’ve never met. You can be a superhero in your own right by patrolling the celebration tag and doing a block/report on any usernames you see trying to spread antisemitism or make the tag unsafe for Jewish users.

To add fanworks, use the tag #jewishcomicsday. Please REBLOG and spread the word, and let’s take comics back from people who want to make them a bastion of hate!