Ordinary food revolts me

Ordinary food revolts me

Helping a ventriloquist

Helping a ventriloquist

The Batman-Face Monument on Mt. Gotham 

The Batman-Face Monument on Mt. Gotham 

The powers of all the creatures living beneath the sea! 

The powers of all the creatures living beneath the sea! 

I must concentrate hard on having my head look like one of those giant ants! 

I must concentrate hard on having my head look like one of those giant ants! 

Such a Batman as you’ve dreamed of being! 

Such a Batman as you’ve dreamed of being! 

The Sea Devils meet their artists.

Superman and Supergirl see the new mento film

Superman and Supergirl see the new mento film

I have to be more careful! 

I have to be more careful! 

No single shot of paste can stop me now! 

No single shot of paste can stop me now! 

I can’t stop drawing! 

I can’t stop drawing! 

benito-cereno: 


In 1963, Arnold Drake, Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani introduced the world’s strangest heroes—Robotman (originally called Automaton), the Negative Man, and Elasti-Girl—in the pages of My Greatest Adventure, and before long the DOOM PATROL would take over the pages—and eventually the title—of that series.
Even though in the subsequent fifty years they would be overshadowed by another, more different, less good band of weirdos led by an asshole in a wheelchair, nevertheless the Doom Patrol has remained the unmatched standard in amazing, weird, heart-breaking, weird, innovative, weird comics in many of its various iterations.
Unfortunately I am an idiot who forgot the actual fiftieth anniversary back in June like an idiot, but I intend to make amends for that through the rest of the year.
Please: join me for DOOMSGIVING, won’t you?


Doomsgiving! Yes! 

benito-cereno

In 1963, Arnold Drake, Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani introduced the world’s strangest heroes—Robotman (originally called Automaton), the Negative Man, and Elasti-Girl—in the pages of My Greatest Adventure, and before long the DOOM PATROL would take over the pages—and eventually the title—of that series.

Even though in the subsequent fifty years they would be overshadowed by another, more different, less good band of weirdos led by an asshole in a wheelchair, nevertheless the Doom Patrol has remained the unmatched standard in amazing, weird, heart-breaking, weird, innovative, weird comics in many of its various iterations.

Unfortunately I am an idiot who forgot the actual fiftieth anniversary back in June like an idiot, but I intend to make amends for that through the rest of the year.

Please: join me for DOOMSGIVING, won’t you?

Doomsgiving! Yes! 

Turning green in cars

Last-minute title change

Civilians such as the world has never known! 

Civilians such as the world has never known!