Here's a truly unique graphic novel in which the visual component is rendered entirely in cut paper silhouettes. The recipient of a Xeric grant, this horizontally formatted hardcover has been produced in a hand numbered edition of 1000, each of which copies is accompanied by a hand cut and printed dust jacket. Eroyn Franklin is a Seattle-based artist who works in a variety of mediums. Visit her website to learn more, where, if you are so inclined, you can read the entirety of Another Glorious Day at the Nothing Factory, here.
Yes, it's the new Now! Another 128 page anthology of short comics edited by Eric Reynolds. Quite a wide variety of approaches are on hand this issue. You might not like every story, but every issue of Now presents a wide-ranging mix of talent that includes some of today's top names side-by-side with relative unkonwns, all taking artistic chances and working to explore the expressive terrain of comics.