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Ebay Excursions: Popeye Bingo Daubers
Written by Jacob Covey | Filed under PopeyeEbay 23 Mar 2008 12:56 AM

Seriously ?

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Heroes walk amongst us
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under miscellany 22 Mar 2008 12:49 PM

It's a beautiful day in Seattle today so this morning I went for a long walk in my neighborhood of Ballard, running a few errands and taking in the sun. I was on the main drag of Market St. when I spotted someone curious across the street, and luckily I had my camera on me:

I had to cross the street to get a better look; could Ballard really have it's own superhero?

What could it all mean?!? What powers does he have? He obviously can't fly; if he could, he'd been surfing the net from a rooftop somehwere rather than while waiting for a bus.

I didn't have the nerve to approach him and ask for his story; I mean, he could be a supervillain for all I know.  What could the "T" stand for? "T-Mobile Man"? I don't think that's their logo. "Thirtysomething Man"? He looks more like he's in his 40s to me. "Takin' a Bus Man"? "Transit Man"? If anyone has any information it would be appreciated.

UPDATE: Holy crap. He actually is named "Transit Man." Tip o' the Flog to my good pal and fellow Ballardite Jeremy Eaton.

Modern Cartoonist is back
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under metaDaniel Clowes 21 Mar 2008 4:44 PM

Modern Cartoonist by Daniel Clowes

We temporarily removed Dan Clowes's "Modern Cartoonist" essay from the website in order to bring it to you in its full, hand-lettered, illustrated splendor. Now it's back!  

Love and Rockets 1st Editions on sale!
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under sales specialsLove and Rockets 21 Mar 2008 1:39 PM

Love and Rockets Book 3: Las Mujeres Perdidas Love & Rockets X by Gilbert Hernandez

Our warehouse manager wants to get rid of the last remaining copies of the first editions of Love and Rockets Book 3: Las Mujeres Perdidas and Love & Rockets X (L&R Book 10), so we've marked 'em down to 50% off the cover price!  Get 'em before they're gone. 

Booklist looks back at '07
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Roberta Gregorymary fleenerLinda MedleyJessica AbelDrew FriedmanDebbie DrechslerCarol TylerAline Kominsky-Crumb 21 Mar 2008 11:01 AM

If you're not a bookseller or librarian, skip this post, but the new issue of Booklist is the annual spotlight on graphic fiction, and there's some very useful stuff for those building a core collection of GNs. The issue includes an interview with James Sturm, an "honor roll of female pioneers" in comics, and a look back at a lifetime reading "the Funnies" courtesy columnist Michael Cart. There are a number of top 10 lists, reviews, etc. as well. 

One thing that was particularly gratifying to see was the "Core Collection: Graphic Women" list. Of the 13 books on the list, Fantagraphics published five (including books by Linda Medley, Mary Fleener, Roberta Gregory, Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Carol Tyler). A sixth, La Perdida, was originally published by Fanta in serial form. A seventh, Persepolis, we almost published (long story). An eighth, Summer of Love, was by Debbie Drechsler, whose equally great Daddy's Girl is being republished by Fanta this month. So that was kind of a cool list to see.

Meanwhile, congrats also to Drew Friedman, whose The Fun Never Stops! was named one of the top 10 comics collections/graphic novels of 2007 by Booklist. 

Fenwick: master craftsman
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Ray FenwickKovey Korner 21 Mar 2008 10:41 AM

 

RAY FENWICK has some pretty cool merch available over at the Pantry Press Etsy Shop, the result of his artist-in-residence that ended last month.

This has nothing to do with Ray's phenomenal work, which I greatly covet and admire, but looking at Etsy, I am struck by how 'crafting' has seemingly become the new D.I.Y. medium of choice. I wonder if it's because all the zinesters of the '80s and '90s are now in their 30s and 40s and knitting onesies instead of xeroxing Gen X (or L) manifestos? I'm not sure what to make of it. I do like pretty things, but can only get so excited when in boutique potholder form. I'll shut up now, I'm treading on very thin ice with many of my dear friends and coworkers. Not to mention my wife. Did I mention that Jacob Covey hates Manga? He really does. He told me he would rather read a potholder. What's up with that? 

UPDATE: I am just being a smart-ass. I don't really mean any of this. 

MAD about Drew
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Drew Friedman 21 Mar 2008 10:19 AM

  

The new issue of MAD Magazine includes a giveaway contest for More Old Jewish Comedians, the latest book from MAD regular Drew Friedman. When demographics clash!

Chocolate Cheeks for 3/21/08
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under webcomicsSteven Weissmanmeta 21 Mar 2008 10:11 AM

Chocolate Cheeks by Steven Weissman

A new Friday brings a new installment of Steven Weissman's "Chocolate Cheeks"! In this week's strip: cake and new perspective. (Remember, you must be registered and logged in to read.)

Rain Taxi Sacco
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Joe Sacco 21 Mar 2008 10:08 AM

One of our favorite lit rags, Minneapolis' RAIN TAXI, has a cool new t-shirt available designed by Joe Sacco. Very nice. 

John Cafiero on the Friar's Club
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Drew Friedman 20 Mar 2008 2:29 PM
Osaka Popstar frontman John Cafiero was in attendance at the Friar's Club bookwarming for Drew Friedman and More Old Jewish Comedians, and has a MySpace blog post up about it with a slew of photos.