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wulfgeist:

Faust
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zombikaze:

Faust- Tim Vigil
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demonsee:

Faust: The Love Of The Damned
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anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
anthonymeloro:

Grips #5
Created and Written by: Kristoffer A. Silver
Artwork by: Timothy Vigil 
September 1990
Greater Mercury Comics
We All Wanted To Bone Wolverine In The 90’s!
I associate Tim Vigil’s work mainly to Faust - which scared the shit outta me.  It was the early 90’s, I was 13 or 14, and a friend’s older brother had a few Faust issues laying about his bedroom.  After flipping through it I realized then and there that Vigil’s work would be mentally shelved next to The Exorcist and filed under Catholic Induced Torment.  
Grips, by comparison, is fluff.  From what I cobbled together in this issue:  Grips is a vigilante (see story’s title, duh) that is caught is a burning building.  He begins to flake and begins to repeat his monologue (image 4).  After some crazy facial expressions, he escapes and finds refuge with a young couple - the female of the duo, as Vigil points out, has asymmetrical nipples (image 9) - it’s for realism, people!
Super weird, meandering monologues, exaggerated emotions, and some fairly solid compositions make this odd enough to check out. 
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megatrip:

YOU’RE — DEAD!
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mistahphil:

Ad for Grips by Kris Silver and Tim Vigil, 1986.
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thebristolboard:

"Massacre" pencil illustration by Tim Vigil, 2003.
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annarcase:

The Woman (2011) Lucky McKee
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theliminalpalace:

Gimm Entertainment released the international sales poster for White Settlers ahead of its screening at the market in Cannes on May 16th, where its been sold internationally by AV Pictures / Metrodome International. The trailer will follow shortly but in the meantime you can have a peep at some footage from the film as part of this interview with leading lady Pollyanna McIntosh. 
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shespellsdoom:

Crushin’