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Note: This category contains only books and comics where Jaime's work is not split with that of his brothers. For books in collaboration with his brothers Gilbert and/or Mario, click here. For Gilbert's solo books, click here.
2012 Ignatz Award Winner: Outstanding Artist
2013 Eisner Award Nominee: Best Writer/Artist
2013 Harvey Award Winner: Best Cartoonist
2014 Eisner Award Winner: Best Writer/Artist (Love and Rockets: New Stories #6)
"One of the most talented artists our polyglot culture has produced." – The New York Times Book Review
"The rough-edged Latin American minimalist, stylized black and white comic strips have been widely described as the graphic equivalent to the fabulism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel laureate." – The Times of London
"Jaime's Maggie [is one] of the great characters in contemporary American fiction." – LA Weekly
"Not like it needs saying, but Jaime Hernandez is a goddamn genius." – Resonance
"Jaime Hernandez is taking a lifetime to create The Great American Graphic Novel, and if you're lucky, you'll outlive him. That way, you get to see how it ends." – R.C. Baker, The Village Voice
"I don’t like to choose between brothers, but Jaime Hernandez is one of the greatest drawers of human faces and human want on the planet." – John Hodgman
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Jaime Hernandez The rollicking superhero romp (which doubles as a genuinely dramatic fable about madness, grief, and motherhood) from Love and Rockets: New Stories is collected in a "director's cut" hardcover with 30 new pages of story. Product Details...
The ultimate gift set for Love and Rockets fans includes The Love and Rockets Companion, Love and Rockets: The Covers, and The Love and Rockets Reader all together for a great discounted price! Product Details...
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Jaime Hernandez Maggie hosts an unstable houseguest, Izzy Ortiz; meets Vivian the "Frogmouth" and gets swept up in her dangerous life; and returns to Hoppers to retrieve a stolen art object from Izzy, finding more than she bargained for! Product Details...
Jaime Hernandez In these "Locas" stories, Ray pursues the train-wreck bombshell "Frogmouth"; an eventful week in the life of Hopey; and Maggie, off stage but visible as Ray's resentful ex and (forever and still) Hopey's best friend. Product Details...
Jaime Hernandez The first of three volumes collecting the Love and Rockets stories of spunky Maggie, her brash best friend and sometimes lover Hopey, and their friends. These are the earliest, punkiest, most heavily sci-fi stories. Product Details...
Jaime Hernandez Centered on one of Jaime's peaks, "The Death of Speedy," the second comprehensive "Locas" collection (with stories not in the hardcover) alternates between wrestling action and the triangle of Maggie, Hopey and Ray D. Product Details...
Jaime Hernandez In these classic "Locas" stories, Jaime drops a narrative bomb on Hopey (and us) in "Wigwam Bam"; Maggie contends with her inner demons, a murderous hooker, and an amorous lady wrestler; and Maggie, getting married? Product Details...
Jaime Hernandez The fourth volume of the definitive “Maggie” series repackaging compiles Jaime's solo comic Penny Century and his subsequent return to Love and Rockets (Vol. II), plus wrestling fun with Whoa, Nellie! Product Details...
A spectacular anniversary issue featuring intergenerational dialogues between the cream of the cartooning biz: Huizenga/Spiegelman, Sally/Hernandez, Shaw/Mazzucchelli, Rall/Bors, Borgman/Knight, Menu/Harkham, Chaykin/Anderson, Quitely/Gibbons & many more. Product Details...
Marc Sobel & Kristy Valenti An indispensable guide to the Hernandez brothers' award-winning, world-renowned series. Interviews, family trees, timelines, unpublished art, letter-column highlights, bibliography and more. Product Details...
Marc Sobel A meticulously researched study containing in-depth analysis of and commentary on L&R Vol. I, delving into the comics' themes, symbols and influences, as well as the Hernandez Brothers' artistic development. Product Details...
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