Sunday, July 29, 2012

"The Most Dangerous Man In Comics" ?

"After reading this issue, I have come to the conclusion that Fawstin is not just the most dangerous man in the world of independent comics, but he is the most dangerous man in the comic book industry…and the comic book industry needs him!"
From a review of THE INFIDEL #2.

A panel from THE INFIDEL #2 of Killian Duke still working on his Pigman comic book after being beaten up over it. You can get your instant download here.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Breather

Dominic Boudreault, motion photographer, gives us a beautiful breather.
Go here for a Big version.

Timelapse - The City Limits from Dominic on Vimeo.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

"It Was Him And Him Alone."

The title quotation is said to a young Bruce Wayne by Alfred Pennyworth in the film Batman Begins. After Bruce cries out, blaming himself and not his parents murderer for their death, Alfred, through the words of writer/director Christopher Nolan, understands and explains where the blame truly lies. 

Now, can you imagine a newspaper columnist comparing director Christopher Nolan to mass murderer Osama bin Laden? It would be like me comparing a newspaper columnist to mass murderer James Holmes. Yet that’s just what Washington Times columnist Charles Hurt did in his piece, "An Open Letter to Christopher Nolan, Sean Penn and Warner Brothers", where he blamed those named in the title for the massacre at the Colorado movie theater showing Nolan’s film, The Dark Knight Rises.

There are many things I can call this Charles Hurt character, as I did when I first read his outrageous piece this morning, but here I’ll just say that he’s the James Holmes of newspaper columnists, using his words as bullets to character assassinate the innocent for the actions of a guilty murderer. (My drawing is of Charles Hurt with Holmes' hair in order to visualize the absurdity of Hurt's piece.)

After the massacre, the politically obsessed began blaming anything and anyone but the actual murderer. The left blamed guns and the right blamed Hollywood. What would they do, ban Movies? Ban Nolan? Ban the depiction of Evil in popular art? 

Here’s an excellent response to this disgusting piece of you know what:
Hurt comes off like he hasn't seen the film. Was he afraid he'd commit murder if he did watch it? Millions of people have seen Nolan's Batman films, so why haven't the films spawned more real life violence? Because movies don't "make" people commit murder, murderers have their own reasons.

As Bruce Wayne says in Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns:
"Nobody can make you do anything you don't want to do..."

And to Christopher Nolan, although this shouldn't have to be said
It Was Nothing You Did, It was James Holmes and him alone.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

"I Shall Become A Pig."

From "I shall become a bat." to "I shall become a pig."

- Frank Warner/Pigman after Bruce Wayne/Batman.

Check out THE INFIDEL series, featuring PIGMAN





Sunday, July 22, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises over The Dark Knight

I hated the line spoken by Batman at the end of The Dark Knight, "Sometimes ... truth isn't good enough..." It wasn't heroic at all. The Joker didn't win, as Gordon said, and as Batman seemed to accept with his words, "The Joker cannot win." But in their lie, in their both agreeing to allow Batman to take the rap for the murders committed by Harvey Dent, they lost, and they became Two-Face/d. Bad guys lie, good guys tell the truth and act on it, no matter how much a particular truth may hurt. As Ayn Rand said through John Galt in Atlas Shrugged, "Nobody stays here by faking reality in any manner whatever." Nolan explores the consequences of that ending in his follow up, and if the ending of a film IS the film, then The Dark Knight Rises over The Dark Knight.

I just took part in a spoiler-filled review of The Dark Knight Rises. Listen here

Gun Contr- POLITICIAN Control


UPDATE 12/14/2012 - A murderer shot and killed around 30 people, 20 of them children, at a Gun Free Zone school and the anti-Freedom, anti-Gun politicians were Fast & Furious to politicize it in calling for more gun control. Gun Free Zone's might as well be Murderers Run Free Zones. As I wrote this past July, below, we need Politician Control NOW.

In the wake of The Dark Knight Rises theater massacre, our politicians once again want to take away our right to bear arms, with no understanding for the fact that if there were less "gun control" laws in this country, there probably would have been less victims that night. We need to remind them this November that we control their destiny, that we can take away what they hold most dear -
 their precious political power.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Occupy Gotham

UPDATE: Even USA Today dubs Batman villain Bane "ultimate occupier"

In the Great "The Dark Knight Rises", what does Bane plan to poison the citizens of Gotham with? With "Hope". My other Occupy cartoons.


Thursday, July 19, 2012

BATMAN landed PIGMAN on THE DAILY SHOW

July 2012: On the eve of the release of latest Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, I want to mention that it was my Batman cartoon to the left which led to my appearance on The Daily Show last year. Below is the text that originally accompanied this cartoon on NewsRealBlog. I think it was my word "IslamiCrap" which really got their attention:

Right after 9/11, which of the following would be more likely: that Batman takes on al Qaeda or, rather, that he recruits a Muslim to be one of his “Global Batmen”? Of course the former, but not in a world where “Islam means peace.” Frank Miller worked on a graphic novel called “Holy Terror, Batman” as his response to 9/11, pitting Batman against al Qaeda. But for reasons that are still unclear, “The Fixer” has now taken the place of Batman in Miller’s project, while DC Comics has Batman recruiting a Muslim to be his French counterpart.

What have Muslims done to earn this honor? The same thing Islam has done to deserve being equated with peace in Western culture.

I personally don’t think Batman is built to take on butchers like al Qaeda, since DC Comics thinks having Batman kill would kill the character. (Heroes don’t kill? What of our heroic soldiers?) But I sure as hell don’t think Batman should be used to sell the Big Lie that “Islam means peace.” And, believe it or not, this is the second time in two months that Batman has been used in Islamic propaganda, the first being in the unreadable JLA/the 99 #1. At this rate, Superman converting to Islam is inevitable.

If you’re as sick and tired of this IslamiCrap as I am, be on the lookout for my upcoming graphic novel, THE INFIDEL, which features Pigman, an ex-Muslim superhero who is the jihadist’s worst nightmare. Chapter one will be released digitally in early 2011.


Check out my other cartoons on the Islamization of D.C. Comics

Monday, July 16, 2012

Barack Hussein Obama: America's Bane


There is no Batman in this race, but there is a Bane. See my other piece: Obama: The Bane of Capital

The democRats want to link Bane, the villain from The Dark Knight Rises, to Romney. As in "Bain" Capital. Now, Romney is no Batman, but Barack Hussein Obama is most definitely America's Bane.

bane: fatal injury or ruin. A cause of harm, ruin, or death. A source of persistent annoyance or exasperation. A deadly poison. A person or thing that causes misery or distress (esp in the phrase bane of one's life) Something that causes death or destruction. A fatal poison. Ruin or distress.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

PJ Media on The Infidel #2

10 Badass Moments From Bosch Fawstin’s The Infidel #2
The Muslim-turned-Objectivist artist is back with another intellectual provocation disguised as a comic book. Exclusive excerpts at PJ Lifestyle.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

THE INFIDEL #2 On Sale Now


THE INFIDEL #2  is 22 pages, in full color, and you can order an instant download for $3.00 below. You can upload it onto your particular eBook reader or read it off of your computer. To see what they're saying about it, click here.

For a synopsis of the series, along with interior art from THE INFIDEL #1, go here.

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