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Anatomy of a battle scene with Katheryn Winnick.

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good morning i’m off to work now.

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CMYK: CYAN Cover + Interior design

The first of the Vertigo Quarterly CMYK Anthologies hits shops today. As you can tell from the talent line-up, there some good comics in here.

I found out you can’t print a UPC on an all cyan background so the white bar had to be included in the final cover design. I lobbied to get us an upgrade from the same interior paper that most big publishers are using for cover stock now. And Vertigo delivered the goods with a heavy weight gloss cover stock that puts a nice weight behind it. You feel like you’re holding an interesting object worth your money. Which I think is an important thing in monthly floppy comics.

For the interior design, the amount of blue in each color swatch corresponds to the page number of that story. So the first story is 3% cyan color fill, the last is 71% fill and we come full circle with the cover which is 100% cyan. 

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Batman: City of Crime lost artwork by Bill Sienkiewicz

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"Remember that stuff about crazy people and bad code? The internet is that except it’s literally a billion times worse. Websites that are glorified shopping carts with maybe three dynamic pages are maintained by teams of people around the clock, because the truth is everything is breaking all the time, everywhere, for everyone. Right now someone who works for Facebook is getting tens of thousands of error messages and frantically trying to find the problem before the whole charade collapses. There’s a team at a Google office that hasn’t slept in three days. Somewhere there’s a database programmer surrounded by empty Mountain Dew bottles whose husband thinks she’s dead. And if these people stop, the world burns. Most people don’t even know what sysadmins do, but trust me, if they all took a lunch break at the same time they wouldn’t make it to the deli before you ran out of bullets protecting your canned goods from roving bands of mutants."

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I had asked Jolie a few days ago if I could fly with her, and she told me she had never taken a passenger up before but would think about it. When I arrived at the photo shoot, I told her that I mentioned to my mother that I might fly with her and that my mother did not like the idea one bit. Jolie laughed it off. Now, as I am watching her kick off her stilettos (she pilots barefoot) and step up onto the wing of her little white plane, she stops for a second and stares at me standing off to the side. There is a glint in her eye. A big smile spreads across her face. “Let’s go scare your mother,” she says.

Only as I am jammed in the back next to Leibovitz, bumping along the dinky little runway, does the reality of what I’m doing sink in. I imagine the headline: ANGELINA JOLIE AND ANNIE LEIBOVITZ DIE IN PLANE CRASH NEAR LAS VEGAS. I try to remember who went down with Patsy Cline, but I can’t. I am about to become a trivia question. I tell myself this will be a suitably fabulous way to die, and just like that we are in the air, floating above the desert, and my nerves are gone. “I’ll do some tight turns,” says Jolie. “Maddox likes it when there are g-forces.” [x]

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