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phillipkjohnson:

The fourth page of The Lost Boys of the U-Boat Bremen is live!  Revealing the first entry in the mysterious journal. Featuring the kick-ass art of Steve Kick-ass Beach.
To read The Lost Boys of the U-Boat Bremen from the beginning, click here.

New page up today. Next week? Same deal. 
Don’t be a square, dude. Read our comic.

phillipkjohnson:

The fourth page of The Lost Boys of the U-Boat Bremen is live!  Revealing the first entry in the mysterious journal. Featuring the kick-ass art of Steve Kick-ass Beach.

To read The Lost Boys of the U-Boat Bremen from the beginning, click here.

New page up today. Next week? Same deal.

Don’t be a square, dude. Read our comic.

I decided to post the Other Maria drawing I mentioned earlier, Saran-Wrap dress and all. I guess it’s not that shocking (HARDY HARR HARR, She’s a robot) considering she was nearly topless in the film, making eerie poses, flailing her head and generally doing all the things that enchanted wangs in the retrofuturistic city of Metropolis.

So The turtles are thirty. Not so teenaged.

I started this story a year ago with the idea of sending it to IDW and asking for a job. It is, however, stupid and there are innumerable artistic flaws. Chief amongst these flaws, it is not finished. There was a resolution in which Michelangelo fakes being a scientist with a bomb to help his brothers out of the jam, only to forget the Pizza in the sewer as a lame punchline.

Dumb.

That said, Happy Birthday Ninja Turtles. You are the first thing I ever drew, age 3, on the underside of my parents coffee table in marker.