<<•>> curated by Tom Neely <<•>> This compendium of 71 single-panel gag cartoons from the world of independent comics is a genuine goldmine of unique comics work. Who's in this comical compendium? Well, hold on to your hats for this partial list: Andrice Arp, Marc Bell, Chris Cilla, Michael DeForge, Kim Deitch, Theo Ellsworth, Robert Goodin, Juliacks, Kaz, Anders Nilsen, Jason Overby, John Porcellino (whose lead-off contribution had us wondering if perhaps he hadn't missed his calling as a New Yorker cartoonist), Jesse Reklaw, Zak Sally, Josh Simmons, Matthew Thurber, Noah Van Sciver, Dylan Williams, Chris Wright and more!!! In full color and black & white. Anyone who misses out on this will be kicking themselves for years to come. Don't let yourself be one of them!
32 more pages of comics that probe contemporary youth's conceptions of masculinity and its relationship to sexual orientation through two iconic counter-culture figures that emerged from the musical underground in the early 1980s and, evidently, continue to resonate with audiences thirty years later. Now available in this destined-to-be-a-collector's-item edition sporting the definitive rendering of this concept by Jim Rugg drawing in the manner of Tom of Finland.
Quest's End. Here it is, the complete HENRY & GLENN - 320 pages! - in this spiffy hardcover collection, which the editors wisely chose to grace with the definitive H&G illustration by Pittsburgh's own Jim Rugg. Includes "16 never-before published pages".