johnathonolyon:

Hey! 200th post on tumblr!
Let’s party like it’s 1980-something. By checking out this really fucking big panel from me and Michael Kennedy’s upcoming short comic – Neon Noir.
This is Geri. She’s a bit of an arcade cabinet philosopher. And a bit of an awesome person.

johnathonolyon:

Hey! 200th post on tumblr!

Let’s party like it’s 1980-something. By checking out this really fucking big panel from me and Michael Kennedy’s upcoming short comic – Neon Noir.

This is Geri. She’s a bit of an arcade cabinet philosopher. And a bit of an awesome person.

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A Couple Neon Noir Questions (And Answers, I Guess)

johnathonolyon:

octoberland said: I have questions! Will it be a print comic? Indie print or from an imprint? Will it be available through Diamond? Sorry if you’ve already said this stuff.

Neon Noir's a ten-page short that Michael Kennedy and I created for the sole purpose of getting a really…

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johnathonolyon:

I am holding in my hands a (test) copy of a comic book that I wrote.
And giggling like a fucking idiot.
Best feeling in the world.

I’ve never been more excited by a vase of flowers in my whole life.
This is what I’ve been working on for the past couple of months.
Written by Johnathon Lyon  with art by myself.

johnathonolyon:

I am holding in my hands a (test) copy of a comic book that I wrote.

And giggling like a fucking idiot.

Best feeling in the world.

I’ve never been more excited by a vase of flowers in my whole life.

This is what I’ve been working on for the past couple of months.

Written by Johnathon Lyon  with art by myself.

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Originally from Johnathon O. Lyon's Blog About Many a Thing

nevver:

Collect them all, Twin Peaks

couldn’t you just let me have the dream!!!

nevver:

Collect them all, Twin Peaks

couldn’t you just let me have the dream!!!

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ROZ KIRBY: Have you been satisfied with what you’ve done?

KIRBY: Have I been satisfied with what I’ve done?

GROTH: Yeah.

KIRBY: If I’ve done it myself, I’ve always been satisfied. If somebody interfered, it always created a bad period in my life.

GROTH: What was the most creatively rewarding period in your career?

KIRBY: I believe when I was given full rein on The New Gods. I was given full rein on The New Gods, and I was given full rein on Mr. Miracle. Mr. Miracle was a fine strip. I was given full rein on many other strips, which sold extremely well and made me very happy. I was happy doing them because as a professional, you’ve got to take the credit for it, or you’ve got to take the, beating for it. I don’t like to take a beating without being responsible.


GROTH: You don’t want to take somebody else’s beating.

KIRBY: I don’t want to take somebody else’s beating. That makes me unhappy. So right now, I can tell you, I’m a happy man because whatever I’m doing, I do for myself and I do a little creating here and there for others, and they work out very well. I feel like an independent man, and I am. This is the kind of feeling I always wanted. You can rarely get that… Well, I could rarely get that in the early part of my life.

GROTH: I think most people can rarely get that. You have to fight for it.

KIRBY: Yes.

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Originally from GOOD FOR HEALTH/BAD FOR EDUCATION.

part scrapped panel
part doodling
part shameless self promotion

part scrapped panel

part doodling

part shameless self promotion

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Now that the sequentials are wrapped up, Promos and identity can be explored. muahhhahahahaha

Now that the sequentials are wrapped up, Promos and identity can be explored. muahhhahahahaha

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actuallygrimes is on the cover of POP Magazine’s Autumn/Winter 2014 edition, with free stickers designed by Claire.

4-a-d:

actuallygrimes is on the cover of POP Magazine’s Autumn/Winter 2014 edition, with free stickers designed by Claire.

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johnathonolyon:

Just thought I’d show you guys a panel from Neon Noir, a short comic by myself and Michael Kennedy.
Give you a taste of the tone. The atmosphere. The ’80s-ness.
Also a taste of Bowie, our androgynous protagonist. Whom I am madly in love with.

I also luurve her… or him

johnathonolyon:

Just thought I’d show you guys a panel from Neon Noir, a short comic by myself and Michael Kennedy.

Give you a taste of the tone. The atmosphere. The ’80s-ness.

Also a taste of Bowie, our androgynous protagonist. Whom I am madly in love with.

I also luurve her… or him

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Neon Noir - So Close I Can Smell It. And It Smells Like A Sexy Person.

johnathonolyon:

Getting in the final lettered pages from Mike for our ten-page short comic, Neon Noir. This thing is actually looking like a comic book. Which feels super weird.

I generally fucking despise anything I’ve ever written that’s older than 24 hours. But I think I’m actually really proud of this…

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