Characters from Black Hole comic brought to life

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9 Responses to “Characters from Black Hole comic brought to life”

  1. koichan says:

    Odd how artists/designers websites are almost universally terrible.

    Auto-playing audio on a website: just no, don’t do it :(

  2. Spencer Cross says:

    You could always link to the non-Flash blog entry:

    http://news.theoperators.net/2010/03/black-hole/

  3. snakedart says:

    Black Hole is a comic about Star Trek: The Next Generation extras?

  4. coda6 says:

    Just a heads up, but the link from 125magazine site tried to give me the Bloodhound exploit. Thanks!

  5. spattered_yolk says:

    fantastic! one of my favorite comics.

    the photographs remind me of the Halls ads that featured people with grotesque runny noses and tired eyes as well as this guy’s paintings:
    http://mattborruso.blogspot.com/2007/09/turtleneck.html

  6. Anonymous says:

    Teddybear cholla cactus is actually very fun to play with, if you’re careful. It really truly tries to jump on you.

  7. blueelm says:

    Hmmm… never read the comic, but those don’t have anything on syphilis as far as gross goes and that’s a real STD.

    But meh… they’re not as neat as the drawings I saw from the comic. So shiny.

  8. gravytop says:

    Don’t know what the story behind these characters is supposed to be, but some of the depicted deformities look really like actual, if relatively rare, diseases. So to call them “monstrous” seems a bit harsh, don’t you think? Would you tell someone covered with tumors they looked like a monster?

    • Sekino says:

      Technically, the word monster has for definition ‘a person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed’. So while it would be no doubt unsensitive to call someone a monster, a monstrous deformity is… well, monstrous.

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