2dCloud has given Jake a chance to have some fun, and the result is this funky 112 page smyth-sewn softcover with a french-flapped dustjacket. Printed in black, blue and brown line as well as some hand separated multi-color printing risograph, this is a fun book to read, and shows that Terrell isn't one to pass up an opportunity for extended play, comics style.
Sammy Harkham is a fan, and shares his enthusiasm with these astute observations: "Extended Play" is an apt title. The pleasure of Terrell's line, and his storytelling, is infectious, It's a battle cry for cartooning as mark making, as line design, for thinking of drawing as handwriting and a form of searching and discovery. It may be his first book, but already he seems to understand what IT is better than most. I could read his work all day long.
Here it is: the third, and final volume of Ex.Mag, from Sweden-based PEOW Studio. As with the first two volumes, this was edited by Wren McDonald under the aegis of PEOW, and they have assembled another great team of contributors. This time around we are treated to all new works by Linnea Sterte, Al Gofa, Delfina Pérez Adán, Tarmasz, Geov Chouteau, Hanna K, Valentin Seiche, Jake Terrell, and PEOW Publisher, Patrick Crotty! Again, as with the first two volumes, the work and production are both excellent. 188 duo-tone (red and brown; in various intensities) pages.
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