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Saturday, February 26, 2005
Kieron Dwyer Isotope Shirts
What might be the hottest Isotope shirt ever, designed by Sea of Red and Remains artist Kieron Dwyer. As modeled here by Eva Capelli:
Eva's dad Ken is currently hard at work on what is possibly the coolest PSP game of all, Infected. Cleanse the streets of New York City, make chain reactions of exploding zombies, and infect the PSPs of those who you defeat in wireless combat. This is where Shawn of The Dead and Amway collide, people.
And go visit www.kierondwyer.com to pay respects to the man responsible our latest Isotope fashion. You rock, K-Dog!
Trade Paperback of the Week
Local Boy Makes Good
Scurvy Dogs TPB in Stores Now!
Scurvy Dogs is a comic near and dear to all our hearts here at the Isotope. Created by two of the funniest people you could ever wish to meet, Andrew Boyd and former Isotope employee Ryan Yount, we were proud to host the many late night scripting and drawing sessions on the Isotope's sofa and drafting table while this book was being created. And I still have dibs on all of number three, so don't even think about trying to score any original art from that issue.
And now finally the collection has arrived. Get your fill of pirate tom-foolery with this industrial-sized collection featuring more extras than you'll know what to do with. Loaded in these 160 pages are some of the wildest pirate adventure known to man and pirate kind... See monkey-infested islands! See pirates singing karaokee! See dates gone horribly, horribly wrong! See roving gangs of angry hobos! See Portugese lepers! See Rod Stewart drinking bleach! And see the callous mass marketing of pirate culture by Hollywood slimeballs when the Survy Dogs Sell Out!
A great book for all who like their pirate adventure shot through with a lethal dose of humor, pop-culture crazed fanaticos, gibbering idiots, and child-like mutants of all ages. A must have for your bookshelf, your coffee table, or your poop deck.
Scurvy Dogs: Rags to Riches
$12.95 for 160 B&W pages.
Mimi is a God
We're not worthy!
Thanks to Mimi Rosenheim, the multi-talented genius who not only makes the Isotope website glorious, but also effortlessly juggles her duties at Macromedia with bringing the brilliance to the comic industry through AiT-PlanetLar. The world is a much better place with her in it.
Mimi, I just can't thank you enough so here's a picture of a kitty for you instead: