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Gary Panter is possibly the most influential graphic artist of his generation, and something of a national art treasure. A three-time Emmy winner for his production design on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, and recipient of the 2000 Chrysler Award for Design Excellence, he was raised in Texas by Cowboys and Indians. Panter is the creator of the punk rock character Jimbo who appeared in Slash and later in RAW magazine. Panter's book Jimbo's Inferno won an American Book Award in 2007.
"It’s always been apparent that Gary Panter’s pen was always capable of just about anything." – LA Weekly
"He is a hero in the world of illustration, design, puppetry, cartooning and painting. An endlessly inventive creative spirit, his fingerprints have left mark on many art forms." – National Post
"Gary Panter is the William Blake of comics; a true poet who sees and feels what the rest of us can't, and he's done more to expand the power of drawing in the medium than probably anyone else alive. Every cartoonist of the generation following mine is imitating one or another small aspect of his work, but it all started with, and still rests, within him." – Chris Ware
Gary Panter This giant hardcover re-imagines Panter's cult hero as the protagonist in Dante's most famous work, with text remixed to include Biblical quotes and pop-culture snippets. An exquisite art object, and a brilliant literary game. Product Details...
Gary Panter "Don't try to pass a pop quiz on Dante's Hell based on a reading of this comic," warns Panter. His Dürer-meets-Kirby graphics are wilder and more hallucinatory than ever, and given the expansive oversize treatment they deserve. Product Details...