by Anneli Furmark, Amanda Vähämäki, and T. Edward Bak We listed this last month, but in our haste neglected to write it up, a gross oversight on our part, as you will see... This volume has a special Scandinavian focus, with two of the three comics works originating in the somber lands of the midnight sun. A melancholy northern mood pervades the entire collection, including its centerpiece, the contribution of the lone North American, T. Edward Bak. The Partisan -- his first fully developed work since Service Industry, the work for which he is best known -- is a complex multi-layered work that (or, at...
A flipbook collecting all of the comics in the Variations series (on one side) and the Deconstructions series (on the other side) from White's ongoing contributions to Comics Workbook. White's work continues to explore the innate formal qualities of comics in intelligent and intriguing ways. Comics readers, students and practitioners will have to really dig to find this kind of work anywhere else, so save yourself the trouble and just buy this. 26 pages. Full color. 8.5 x 11. BACK IN STOCK!
OK, this is the one you've been waiting for! Eleven years in the making, a whopping 840 pages in length, A Drifting Life is the graphic memoir of one of the all-time manga greats. Over the last several years, Drawn and Quarterly has been assiduously releasing Tatsumi's classic gekiga, in which he pioneered a street savvy, morally ambiguous form of comics that thrived on grittier material and was more ambivalent about the post-war boom in Japan. A Drifting Life chronicles the years 1945 through 1960, during which the author -- who was born in 1935 -- came of age, discovered his artistic talent and entered the...
Poetry Is Useless has arrived! Anders Nilsen's new 200+ page hardcover is chock-a-block with plenty of beautiful sketchbook scans mixed together with miscellanea in this sumptuous æsthetic free-for-all. We've only just taken our copies out of the box, and so don't have much to say yet besides, "Wow, nice!", but want to let people know that it's here.
We put together a quick preview, iuncluding eight full spreads, HERE. Take a moment to feast your eyes...
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WOW! This is an amazing comic book. This oversize (10" x 12") comic book magazine is filled with 44 pages of stunning pantomime (silent) comics, composed entirely in blue and orange - and combinations thereof. You really need to hold this one in your hands and take it in, one spread at a time. Jungle Book was never like this! RECOMMENDED
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WIth the release of the fourth volume -- and the simultaneous issuing of the second Gift Box Set containing both the third and fourth volumes -- Ed Piskor's Hip Hop Family Tree Saga has reached critical mass, and Copacetic has it all!
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