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Joe Daly is a cartoonist from South Africa. Born in London, he grew up in Cape Town and studied animation for two years at Cape Town’s City Varsity College. His comics work has been nominated for an Eisner and multiple Ignatz Awards and received the Jury Prize at the 2010 Festival de la Bande Dessinee d’Angoulême. He currently resides in Kleinmond, a small coastal town in the Overberg region of the Western Cape of South Africa.
"That guy is remarkable." – Tom Spurgeon, The Comics Reporter
"Daly is a much more interesting cartoonist than most of the names that are brought up during the comedy conversation, he’s also an actual artist to boot." – Tucker Stone, The Comics Journal
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Our roaming heroes return for the most rousing and epic installment of their adventures yet with a whole new level of bizarre comedy and ass-kicking action, featuring new abilities, new equipment, new perils, and new fantastic backdrops!
Page after page of Dungeon Quest
character sketches, rough pencils, and other goodies, plus a hilarious, fully-finished, never-before-seen two-page story in the Dungeon Quest
vein, all in full color.
Ten volumes of our acclaimed contemporary comics anthology series packaged together at an incredible low price! Featuring work from about four dozen artists from around the world - nearly 1200 pages of comics, one bargain price.
Five volumes of our acclaimed contemporary comics anthology series packaged together at an incredible low price! Featuring work from nearly three dozen artists from around the world - over 600 pages of comics, one bargain price.
Cover story by Nate Neal; the return of Dave Cooper; debuts of Ivan Brun, Tim Lane, Joe Daly & Jon Adams; plus stalwarts Carré, Jones/Santoro/Vermilyea (Cold Heat
), Mahler, Stearn, French, O'Keefe, Van Gieson & Bak.
Daly's cartoons, offbeat, hallucinatory, and often hilarious, range from representational Jim Jarmusch-like scenarios to wild visual excursions, albeit linear ones, presenting a unique mix of deadpan absurdity and surreal imagery.
Set in sun-drenched Cape Town, South Africa, this book features two full-length stories, “The Leaking Cello Case” and “John Wesley Harding,” rife with mystery, suspense, action, adventure, conspiracy theories, cool cars and excellent weed.
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