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Calendário Bear Nerd - Bernardo Magz 2013


Inspirado pelo trabalho do projeto Bears, illustrated, em 2011 o Bear Nerdreuniu oito artistas que…


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So, guys, the Bear Nerd 2013 Calendar is here, and it came out awesome! Everyone did a fantastic job, and I’m really proud of it!Hit the link to download the calendar (just click on the large image when you get to the post) - Just a warning that the September illustration is NSFW, so be warned! :) 

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Calendário Bear Nerd - Bernardo Magz 2013

Inspirado pelo trabalho do projeto Bears, illustrated, em 2011 o Bear Nerdreuniu oito artistas que…

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So, guys, the Bear Nerd 2013 Calendar is here, and it came out awesome! Everyone did a fantastic job, and I’m really proud of it!

Hit the link to download the calendar (just click on the large image when you get to the post) - Just a warning that the September illustration is NSFW, so be warned! :) 

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REVIEW - Bludgeon #01 - ENGLISH

Woof, fellow bear nerds!
James here – Today. we’re talking about the first issue of Bludgeon, the…

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So my review of Jeremy Owen’s Bludgeon is up at Bear Nerd (here’s the version in English, and here in Portuguese), go take a look! :)
Also, check out Jeremy’s website, Burly Press!

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REVIEW - Bludgeon #01 - ENGLISH

Woof, fellow bear nerds!

James here – Today. we’re talking about the first issue of Bludgeon, the…

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So my review of Jeremy Owen’s Bludgeon is up at Bear Nerd (here’s the version in English, and here in Portuguese), go take a look! :)

Also, check out Jeremy’s website, Burly Press!

thomcubby said: nice :)


Thank you kindly, sir! :)

So, first post of the year!
This is a collaboration with my amazingly talented friend ByM, for Bear Nerd's 2013 calendar. My part of the drawing was originally intended to be a single drawing for 2012's calendar, but we ended up using it as the basis for this one.
So, Happy New Year, everybody!

So, first post of the year!

This is a collaboration with my amazingly talented friend ByM, for Bear Nerd's 2013 calendar. My part of the drawing was originally intended to be a single drawing for 2012's calendar, but we ended up using it as the basis for this one.

So, Happy New Year, everybody!

So, this is my contribution to the Hawkeye Initiative. I absolutely LOVE the idea behind the project, and I think it’s perfect in showing exactly just how much gender inequality and objetification are ingrained in mainstream comics.
The original art appeared in Marvel’s Generation Hope #15, drawn by Tim Green II.

So, this is my contribution to the Hawkeye Initiative. I absolutely LOVE the idea behind the project, and I think it’s perfect in showing exactly just how much gender inequality and objetification are ingrained in mainstream comics.

The original art appeared in Marvel’s Generation Hope #15, drawn by Tim Green II.

Write 2 things that you like about yourself and then pass it on to the first 10 people on your dash. #TeamSelfEsteem

I am enthusiastic and unapologetic about my love for art, and I’m an absolutely loyal friend.

feministacansada:

Elinor botando ordem na bagaça

Queen Elinor will not put up with your bullshit today, gentlemen.

sniktttt:

The Uncanny X-Men and New Mutants - The Asgardian Wars

This was when I realized I was going to be a fan of Art Adam’s work for as long as I lived.

Robins!
Suck it, Didio!

Robins!

Suck it, Didio!

Another one of my digital sketches - This is great practice. Also, how AWESOME would it be if Jean Grey was to become a Green Lantern?? Hal Jordan can rot inside Black Hand’s death/void/thing for all eternity for all I care.

Another one of my digital sketches - This is great practice. Also, how AWESOME would it be if Jean Grey was to become a Green Lantern?? Hal Jordan can rot inside Black Hand’s death/void/thing for all eternity for all I care.

So this was Tony Harris’ reaction to yesterday’s backlash

So I guess I broke the Internet in half today . Lots of interesting commentary, to say the very least. Didn’t realize that many people would care about one guys opinion. Also extremely savaged and humbled by the vicious response that went so far beyond any reason whatsoever, with personal attacks on my family, my sexual history, and accusations of advances being rebuffed cosplayers, which has never ever happened. My candor and my delivery of most things can be and usually is quite blunt. Can’t help who I am, but what I’m not, and never have been is a misogynist or sexist or any number of things I was called. I have the utmost respect for all the women in my life from my mother, my sister, motherinlaw, my wife and wonderful 2 daughters. This is my final word on the subject so move on. I won’t address it again.

So, to recap: This is the same guy who felt he had the right to go on full-blown dudebro nerd rage and call cosplayers “sluts”, “attention whores”, “liars" and slut-shame and body-shame every female cosplayer that didn’t meet his "NERD ISO 2012" quality test.

Now he’s moaning about “vicious responses” and “being called a mysogynist”. Dude, GO FUCK YOURSELF. I’ve never felt so disgusted by someone I’ve admired. And I admired him SO MUCH. At least have the ovaries to take the backlash from the bullshit you spilled.

Kurt Busiek said it best, on Twitter:


If it was about cosplay, you’d include guys, and you wouldn’t judge knowledge on looks. It’s about judging and excluding women, shitheel.

And I was really looking forward to owning the complete set of Starman Omnibus.

Wow, I don’t think I’ve ever been so disappointed by an artist I admired before. Not even Chuck Dixon’s homophobia disgusted me as much as this.

You know what? If you think women, ANY woman, need YOUR seal of approval to dress up like a cha
racter she likes, or just thinks is pretty? If you think YOU get to decide which girls are “Legitimate Nerds” and which ones you get to slut-shame, while working in the same industry, for the same publishers, ON THE SAME BOOKS, that publish book after book full of scantly clad female characters? If you think YOU get to say “Yer not Comics”, as if YOU are the embodiment of Comics, Mr. Tony Effing Harris? Well, I say, as a 35 years old comic book reading fan, YOUR mysosynistic brand of bile is not Comics. Kindly choke on your own hate.

Bonus digital sketch: Again, from Saint Seiya. This lady is Marin, the silver Eagle Saint. She’s the drill-sargent like teacher of the protagonist Seiya, and another fabulous bad-ass female saint in the series.

Bonus digital sketch: Again, from Saint Seiya. 

This lady is Marin, the silver Eagle Saint. She’s the drill-sargent like teacher of the protagonist Seiya, and another fabulous bad-ass female saint in the series.

So here’s another quick digital sketch, done while I was recording this week’s BN Cast with the Bear Nerd crew.
This is Shaina, the Ofhiuchus silver saint from the Saint Seiya series. Shaina is a badass MOFO, who gives protagonist Pegasus Seiya a ton of grief in the original series, but turns out to be a valuable ally. In the Saint Seiya Omega series, Shaina is shown as the trainer of the new Pegasus bronze saint, Kouga.
LOVE. HER. 

So here’s another quick digital sketch, done while I was recording this week’s BN Cast with the Bear Nerd crew.

This is Shaina, the Ofhiuchus silver saint from the Saint Seiya series. Shaina is a badass MOFO, who gives protagonist Pegasus Seiya a ton of grief in the original series, but turns out to be a valuable ally. In the Saint Seiya Omega series, Shaina is shown as the trainer of the new Pegasus bronze saint, Kouga.

LOVE. HER. 

So I decided to sketch something just for fun, something I haven’t done in a LONG time. 
This young lady is Saber, from the Fate/Stay Night anime. I LOVE her, and the universe her story takes place on. She’s one of the seven mystical “servants”, summoned by seven sorcerers every ten years to fight in a war for the possesion of the Holy Grail.
I love everything about her, not the least of which is her FIERCE AS SHIT look - A heroine that wears armor that actually looks like it protects the wearer, who’d have thought?!
Oh, and that’s Excalibur she’s wielding!

So I decided to sketch something just for fun, something I haven’t done in a LONG time. 

This young lady is Saber, from the Fate/Stay Night anime. I LOVE her, and the universe her story takes place on. She’s one of the seven mystical “servants”, summoned by seven sorcerers every ten years to fight in a war for the possesion of the Holy Grail.

I love everything about her, not the least of which is her FIERCE AS SHIT look - A heroine that wears armor that actually looks like it protects the wearer, who’d have thought?!

Oh, and that’s Excalibur she’s wielding!