Today at comic con, I picked up a NWA/T.M.N.T variant print. My life is now complete.

I’m glad you got that from my dude Jared K Fletcher.  Enjoy.

-LB22s Julian 

rraaaarrl:

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Julian Lytle @ NYCC 2012

If any of you folks that follow LB22s going to be at #NYCC holla at me!

julianlytle:

Hey everyone I’m going to be at New York Comic Con from October 11th-14th in Artist Alley, table P-12. I’ll be doing 9”x12” sketches along with sketch cards. I’ll also do a couple of 11”x17” commissions and I should have some art prints there with me.

The prices are: Sketch Card = $5 9”x12” = $20 11”x17” = $75  

samples 9x12 

sketch cards    

If you want a sketch post here contact me by email

Check out my ninja Ron Wimberly at P-11 right next to your’s truly, Julian Lytle at NYCC (New York Comic Con).

d3-14:

My New York Comic Con schedule/menu. …and I’m open for commission(s?) NYCC
This year I will be at P11, in the artist alley selling wares and chopping it up with the natives. I’ll have books, zines and a bunch of stuff you can’t get anywhere else (maybe something you can wear, I don’t know, you’ll have to come out to see). I draw a little in every book I sell. 
Here’s the rundown.
(these will be con special prices.)
•Prince of Cats……………………………………………………$20
•Something Wicked This Way Comes(HC)…………………$30
•Sentences: The Life of MF GRIMM………………………….$17
•GNxMSGR……………………………………………………….$15
•YAKUZA PAPERS LIMITED EDTION ZINE…………………$10
•Silk Screen Prints………………………………………………..$45
•Goody Bag (it’s a suuurpriiiiise)…………………………..$100
•Pinback buttons…………………………………………………..$3
•Handshake, well wishes………………………………..$Free.50
•…and…for the first time ever, I am opening up commisions. I don’t know how many I will be doing and I reserve the right not to draw a wack character…or draw a wack character in a way that I choose. This ensures you get a dope piece of art. Trust. It’s your choice wether you want that or not. You can submit your submissions (hehe) to me at trash@d-pi.com. If I accept, I’ll require a %50 retainer. Or you can catch me thursday through friday on the con floor. Julian persuaded me to do this. Who knows, I may only do one…………………………………………………………………$200
Also! You can catch me at the following events:
Wednesday 7pm Jim Hanley’s Universe: I’ll be at “A Celebration Of Pop Music Comics” at Jim Hanley’s Universe in Manhattan for a little bit. Check the internets for moar informations. I’ll be there for as long as I can before…
Wednesday 8:15 LucidNYC at Drom: I’ll be doing a little rap on Prince of Cats at a Lucid event. LucidNYC is a lounge dinner lecture series. There will be music, sounds cool. I’m excited!  cop tickets at: http://lucidnyc.eventbrite.com/
Saturday 2-3: I’ll be at Autographing table 6 with Ron Wilson, Jean Grae and Eric Orr…uh Autographing 
Saturday 5:15-6:15pm: Depth Of Field Magazine is proud to present Hip-Hop And Comics: Cultures Combining. Comic books and Hip-Hop both grew from modest origins in New York City to achieve global impact, and in the process, they have crossed over in a variety of ways. Check the details here: http://tinyurl.com/99pwsff

Check out my ninja Ron Wimberly at P-11 right next to your’s truly, Julian Lytle at NYCC (New York Comic Con).

d3-14:

My New York Comic Con schedule/menu. …and I’m open for commission(s?) NYCC

This year I will be at P11, in the artist alley selling wares and chopping it up with the natives. I’ll have books, zines and a bunch of stuff you can’t get anywhere else (maybe something you can wear, I don’t know, you’ll have to come out to see). I draw a little in every book I sell. 

Here’s the rundown.

(these will be con special prices.)

•Prince of Cats……………………………………………………$20

•Something Wicked This Way Comes(HC)…………………$30

•Sentences: The Life of MF GRIMM………………………….$17

•GNxMSGR……………………………………………………….$15

•YAKUZA PAPERS LIMITED EDTION ZINE…………………$10

•Silk Screen Prints………………………………………………..$45

•Goody Bag (it’s a suuurpriiiiise)…………………………..$100

•Pinback buttons…………………………………………………..$3

•Handshake, well wishes………………………………..$Free.50

•…and…for the first time ever, I am opening up commisions. I don’t know how many I will be doing and I reserve the right not to draw a wack character…or draw a wack character in a way that I choose. This ensures you get a dope piece of art. Trust. It’s your choice wether you want that or not. You can submit your submissions (hehe) to me at trash@d-pi.com. If I accept, I’ll require a %50 retainer. Or you can catch me thursday through friday on the con floor. Julian persuaded me to do this. Who knows, I may only do one…………………………………………………………………$200

Also! You can catch me at the following events:

Wednesday 7pm Jim Hanley’s Universe: I’ll be at “A Celebration Of Pop Music Comics” at Jim Hanley’s Universe in Manhattan for a little bit. Check the internets for moar informations. I’ll be there for as long as I can before…

Wednesday 8:15 LucidNYC at Drom: I’ll be doing a little rap on Prince of Cats at a Lucid event. LucidNYC is a lounge dinner lecture series. There will be music, sounds cool. I’m excited!  cop tickets at: http://lucidnyc.eventbrite.com/

Saturday 2-3: I’ll be at Autographing table 6 with Ron Wilson, Jean Grae and Eric Orr…uh Autographing 

Saturday 5:15-6:15pm: Depth Of Field Magazine is proud to present Hip-Hop And Comics: Cultures Combining. Comic books and Hip-Hop both grew from modest origins in New York City to achieve global impact, and in the process, they have crossed over in a variety of ways. Check the details here: http://tinyurl.com/99pwsff

d-pi:

“Hip-Hop And Comics: Cultures Combining” panel at New York Comic-Con
Depth Of Field Magazine brings together renowned comic creators and Hip-Hop legends to discuss ties between the forms, upcoming projects, and shared inspirations
On Saturday, October 13th, from 5:15-6:15pm, Depth Of Field Magazine is proud to present Hip-Hop And Comics: Cultures Combining, a panel discussion at the East Coast’s largest entertainment gathering.  Comic books and Hip-Hop both grew from modest origins in New York City to achieve global impact, and in the process, they have crossed over in a variety of ways – this panel will showcase new and upcoming projects from comic creators and Hip-Hop legends, shed light on the ways Hip-Hop and comics have influenced and inspired each other, and give perspective on the common history of two cultures through discussion with musical legends, artistic innovators, and cutting-edge comic creators.
Patrick Reed (editor of Depth Of Field Magazine) will moderate, and the panelists comprise many of the most influential creators in their respective fields, including:
-Eric Orr (graffiti and fine artist, graphic designer, creator of “Rappin’ Max Robot”, the first rap comic book)
-Ron Wilson (artist of Marvel’s The Thing and Wolfpack, creator of the upcoming Battle Rappers series)
-Adam “Illus” Wallenta (co-creator of the Public Enemy comic book, acclaimed MC, artist of numerous album covers)
-Ronald Wimberly (creator of Vertigo’s new ‘Prince Of Cats’ graphic novel, artist of MF Grimm’s ‘Life Sentences’ graphic novel)
-Kagan McLeod (professional illustrator, writer/artist of Top Shelf’s ‘Infinite Kung Fu’ graphic novel)
-Johnny “Juice” Rosado (DJ and producer for Public Enemy, Leaders Of The New School, Son Of Bazerk, and other acts)
-Pete Rock (pioneering producer and DJ, half of legendary Hip-Hop duo Pete Rock & CL Smooth)
-Jean Grae (celebrated MC and producer)
-Darryl DMC McDaniels (Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, creator of the upcoming DMC comic and graphic novel, member of RUN-DMC)
The panel runs one hour, and will take place in room 1A06.  Preceding the panel, there will be two hours of signings with the speakers – these signings will take place from 2-4pm at table 6 in NYCC’s autographing area.  

d-pi:

“Hip-Hop And Comics: Cultures Combining” panel at New York Comic-Con

Depth Of Field Magazine brings together renowned comic creators and Hip-Hop legends to discuss ties between the forms, upcoming projects, and shared inspirations

On Saturday, October 13th, from 5:15-6:15pm, Depth Of Field Magazine is proud to present Hip-Hop And Comics: Cultures Combining, a panel discussion at the East Coast’s largest entertainment gathering.  Comic books and Hip-Hop both grew from modest origins in New York City to achieve global impact, and in the process, they have crossed over in a variety of ways – this panel will showcase new and upcoming projects from comic creators and Hip-Hop legends, shed light on the ways Hip-Hop and comics have influenced and inspired each other, and give perspective on the common history of two cultures through discussion with musical legends, artistic innovators, and cutting-edge comic creators.

Patrick Reed (editor of Depth Of Field Magazine) will moderate, and the panelists comprise many of the most influential creators in their respective fields, including:

-Eric Orr (graffiti and fine artist, graphic designer, creator of “Rappin’ Max Robot”, the first rap comic book)

-Ron Wilson (artist of Marvel’s The Thing and Wolfpack, creator of the upcoming Battle Rappers series)

-Adam “Illus” Wallenta (co-creator of the Public Enemy comic book, acclaimed MC, artist of numerous album covers)

-Ronald Wimberly (creator of Vertigo’s new ‘Prince Of Cats’ graphic novel, artist of MF Grimm’s ‘Life Sentences’ graphic novel)

-Kagan McLeod (professional illustrator, writer/artist of Top Shelf’s ‘Infinite Kung Fu’ graphic novel)

-Johnny “Juice” Rosado (DJ and producer for Public Enemy, Leaders Of The New School, Son Of Bazerk, and other acts)

-Pete Rock (pioneering producer and DJ, half of legendary Hip-Hop duo Pete Rock & CL Smooth)

-Jean Grae (celebrated MC and producer)

-Darryl DMC McDaniels (Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, creator of the upcoming DMC comic and graphic novel, member of RUN-DMC)

The panel runs one hour, and will take place in room 1A06.  Preceding the panel, there will be two hours of signings with the speakers – these signings will take place from 2-4pm at table 6 in NYCC’s autographing area.  

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batman x iron man -OTIS by *m7781

m7781:

by marco d’alfonso

batman x iron man -OTIS by *m7781

This time we got some from that Shonen Jump label for y’all! 
Naruto and Team 7’s Bizarre Ride 2!
TRACKLIST
1. 4 Better Or For Hokage
2. Oh Dattebayo
3. It’s Orochimaru Time
4. I’m That Type of Ninja
5. If I Were Hokage
6. Seal Power (Shippudden remix)
7. On The DL (With Itachi)
8. Pack the Bugs (Featuring Aburame Shino)
9. Anbu
10. Ya Village
11. Keeps passing me by (featuring Hinata, Karin, and Rock Lee)
12. Other Shee’s
13. Guy Sensei Is On The Way (Featuring Team Guy.)
14. Return Of The Konoha (Featuring The Third)


Ya village is so wack (how wack is it?)Ya village is so wack that we never see you in the story


Art by Michael Axt

This time we got some from that Shonen Jump label for y’all! 

Naruto and Team 7’s Bizarre Ride 2!

TRACKLIST

1. 4 Better Or For Hokage

2. Oh Dattebayo

3. It’s Orochimaru Time

4. I’m That Type of Ninja

5. If I Were Hokage

6. Seal Power (Shippudden remix)

7. On The DL (With Itachi)

8. Pack the Bugs (Featuring Aburame Shino)

9. Anbu

10. Ya Village

11. Keeps passing me by (featuring Hinata, Karin, and Rock Lee)

12. Other Shee’s

13. Guy Sensei Is On The Way (Featuring Team Guy.)

14. Return Of The Konoha (Featuring The Third)

Ya village is so wack (how wack is it?)
Ya village is so wack that we never see you in the story

Art by Michael Axt