calamityjonsaveus:

I’ve just started a Gumroad store, and I’ve launched it by making the Important Facts From Leading Scientists Foundation Of The Earth Blue Series booklets available for download - all four for four clams! Neighbor, that’s a ganga!
These aren’t comics, by the way - well, “How Dolphins Have Sex” is a comic, I suppose, but the others are illustrated informational pamphlets. So now you know! Check ‘em out!

calamityjonsaveus:

I’ve just started a Gumroad store, and I’ve launched it by making the Important Facts From Leading Scientists Foundation Of The Earth Blue Series booklets available for download - all four for four clams! Neighbor, that’s a ganga!

These aren’t comics, by the way - well, “How Dolphins Have Sex” is a comic, I suppose, but the others are illustrated informational pamphlets. So now you know! Check ‘em out!

bigredrobot:

nolantjones:

2299comic:

THE FUTURE IS COMING TOMORROW.

Like, tomorrow-tomorrow???!

YUPPPPP.

Now available for sale! I’m dyin’ to read this thing!

orbitaldropkick:

Design some gods and goddesses for Kill Six Billion Demons! You might see them show up in some form or another in the comic or its associated texts! Comment on the site, reblog this with your submission, or submit to the kill six billion demons tumblr!
http://killsixbilliondemons.com

I think I have my weekend plans.

orbitaldropkick:

Design some gods and goddesses for Kill Six Billion Demons! You might see them show up in some form or another in the comic or its associated texts! Comment on the site, reblog this with your submission, or submit to the kill six billion demons tumblr!

http://killsixbilliondemons.com

I think I have my weekend plans.

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calamityjonsaveus:

FREE SKETCHES!

I’ve had this project in mind for a while now, and there’s a few reasons I’m finally pulling the trigger on it today. For one thing, it’s my birthday, and I like to do nice things for folks on my birthday, so … free art, right? That seems nice.

The other reason is I’ve been sitting on this useless P.O.Box for a year now. When my dad died a while back, I was made the executor of his estate. I set up this box to handle all the necessary correspondence, and my trips to the post office were just the most depressing parts of my week - it was all bills, notices, legal documents, subscriptions I had to cancel, porn (my dad sure loved porn!), mail from his lawyers and accountants and such. All of these reminders twice or three times a week that my dad was dead, which kept making me miserable even months after he passed away.

That poor P.O.Box was just brimming with depressed negativity, I figure, and I wanted to do something positive to clean out all the bad juju before I gave it up and let some other poor sap have it. So now I’m inviting everyone from anywhere in the world to send a postcard to that address and get a free sketch in return! It’ll be a cleansing exercise … you know, for the post office box, y’see.

Feel free to share this post and spread it around!

We always want what we cannot have.

We always want what we cannot have.

luminousinsect:

Vania Zouravliov - Baba Yaga

luminousinsect:

Vania Zouravliov - Baba Yaga

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signalwatch:

Superman III - Lorelai’s Necklace

I saw Superman III in the theater as a wee kid.  But even then I remember thinking “hey, did Superman just make it with that lady?  That’s weird.”

You may recall this scene.  It’s after Superman meets Lorelei on the Statue of Liberty and she wants him to take out an oil barge, and when he comes back, he’s supposed to, uh, get rewarded for his efforts.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched this movie, but it’s well over a dozen*.  But somehow I never noticed the completely hideous/ heavy handed symbolism hanging around Lorelei’s neck.

Yes, that’s a serpent and an apple.  

It’s a pretty hideous bit of street-fair jewelry that not even the most tiresome of your friends should be caught owning/ wearing.  And it’s a bit of a wink and a nod on director Richard Lester’s part that - ha ha!  Superman is going to enjoy himself some forbidden fruit and partake in forbidden knowledge and women are evil or something.  

I dunno.  Lorelei is the one bit of the movie that even tries to work on more than one level.  I’d like to believe there’s some agency at work here on Lorelei’s part, but…  Superman III.

Mostly, I can’t believe I’d never noticed it before.  That necklace is @#$%ing ugly and big as a billboard.

*let us not do the math on how many times I’ve seen Supermans 1 & 2

"There’ll be no suckers on a stick at this celebration party."

Original art for A Stick In Time Saves A Girl from Reg’lar Fellas Heroic Comics. The stiff, dispassionate dialogue makes it feel like this was a story translated from English into another language and back again. Also, three consecutive panels of people shoving their whole hands into a choking girl’s face is a sort of sublime horror.

It’s worth mentioning that the stick actually almost kills a girl, really. Also, that the moral of the story is “Whatever you do, don’t bother ever calling a doctor.”

All Good Comics
These better be good. In 1944, fifty cents could buy a car.

All Good Comics

These better be good. In 1944, fifty cents could buy a car.

…is what they called me when I sang the blues.

…is what they called me when I sang the blues.

woolandwater:

Silver Tongues by Amy Earles, pencils 

woolandwater:

Silver Tongues by Amy Earles, pencils 

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America must learn to love that hot dog.

America must learn to love that hot dog.

This Tumblr features some of my art and writing, but mostly inspiration and artwork I find entertaining.

My website is:
Calamity Jon Save Us.

I also have an art tumblr: Calamity Jon Comics & Art

Proprietor:
Calamity Jon Morris.

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