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Johnny Ryan interviewed
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Johnny Ryan 8 Feb 2008 8:52 AM
 
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Show and Tell, Pt. 2
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Johnny RyanDaniel ClowesartAl Columbia 8 Feb 2008 8:44 AM

More goodness from my Sanctum Santorum...

A gift from Johnny Ryan, patterned after a parody from the back cover of Angry Youth Comix #1: 

 

Two business card drawings I picked up at a con a few years ago for a couple of bucks each. I know nothing about either cartoonist, but I've always wanted to know what a little baby who looks ready to fight has to do with a strip called "Off the Record":

 Here's a Dan Clowes drawing of Richie Rich's nemesis that graced a package he sent me many years ago:

 

And a gorgeous Al Columbia panel that Al gave me years ago:

  

Forney interviewed, primping
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Fantagraphics BookstoreeventsEllen Forney 8 Feb 2008 8:25 AM

  

Seattlest interviews Ellen Forney on the eve of her big party at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery tomorrow! 

Dame Darcy art, music & cartoon show in L.A.
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under eventsDame Darcy 7 Feb 2008 9:54 PM

  

An enjoyable evening of weird short films, animation and banjo music with Dame Darcy at Show Cave this Saturday in Los Angeles. 1218 1/2 Temple St. 90026. See you there with bows on!

 

Show and Tell, Pt. 1
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under comic stripsChris WareCharles Burnsart 7 Feb 2008 4:53 PM

Evan Dorkin's recent, generous blog posts sharing convention sketches he's collected from the likes of Los Bros and Clowes have inspired me to share some small stuff I have at home in my studio that will fit on my teensy scanner and otherwise might just sit in here until I die and my wife or daughter sell it all on eBay.

First up, here's a card Evan himself gave me on the legendary Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Cruise, which has been on my bulletin board ever since.

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I will collect one day.

Here's a piece I picked up at Comicon a few years ago for $30 (!). A "Li'l Abner" daily panel from 1951, mercilessly separated from its family by a greedy art dealer who thought he could get more for four pieces than one.

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Here's a Charles Burns pencil rough for a panel in Black Hole:

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And two panels edited out of Chris Ware's final Jimmy Corrigan edit (I think he just changed the wording slightly - "Reed" to "Dad", as I recall, but I haven't compared it for a few years):

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New Ray Fenwick prints...
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Ray FenwickMomeart 7 Feb 2008 9:12 AM
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Now in stock: More Old Jewish Comedians by Drew Friedman
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under new releasesDrew FriedmanBlab 6 Feb 2008 4:44 PM

More Old Jewish Comedians
By Drew Friedman

This comprehensive collection of portraiture of Jewish comedians is a sequel to 2006's wildly popular Old Jewish Comedians, which earned Friedman raves from Jerry Lewis, Howard Stern, The Believer, Entertainment Weekly and many more, and earned Friedman his own roast at New York's legendary Friar's Club. This all-new collection includes the famous (Woody Allen, Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Soupy Sales, etc.), the not-so-famous (Jerry Stiller, Zeppo & Gummo Marx, Larry Storch, Zero Mostel, etc.) and the largely unknown (Molly Picon, Herbie Faye, Jan Milton, etc.). The Reuben Award-winning Friedman, one of the great caricaturists of his age, presents a thorough visual history of the 20th Century's greatest Borscht-Belt comedians through 28 full-page portraits; every crease, mustache hair, and liver spot looks utterly real. As Booklist put it (after the first OJC), "If only we were all funny enough to get Friedman to draw us!" A BLAB! Storybook.

36-page full-color 10" x 10" hardcover $16.99
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Now in stock: Shag: A to Z by Shag
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Shagnew releasesBlab 6 Feb 2008 4:38 PM

Shag: A to Z
By Shag

Shag: A to Z presents, quite simply, 26 original paintings corresponding to the letters of the alphabet. Each painting is accompanied by a short verse extolling the pleasures of a hedonistic lifestyle and the virtues of overindulgence. Shag has spent the last decade creating a body of work based on his idiomatic aesthetic preferences, a world of mid 20th century modern architecture and design, populated by hedonists, supplicants, and indifferent women. A BLAB! Storybook.

32-page full-color 10" x 10" hardcover $14.95
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Now in stock: Maakies with the Wrinkled Knees by Tony Millionaire
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Tony Millionairenew releasesMaakies 6 Feb 2008 4:31 PM

Maakies with the Wrinkled Knees
By Tony Millionaire

Drinky Crow may be the drunken star of the weekly comic strip Maakies, but more often than not, he plays straight man to the hapless ape, Uncle Gabby. Here is the newest collection of Tony Millionaire's strip, never before published in book form. The suicide jokes may come less frequently than in earlier years, but the comedy and superb drawing style are at their peak, as is the volume of triple-X cartoon booze consumed.

Maakies features the comical adventures of a drunken crow on the high seas, blending vaudeville-style humor and a breathtaking line that harkens back to the glory days of the American comic strip. Designed by publishing's foremost graphic designer, Chip Kidd, Maakies with the Wrinkled Knees features over two years of strips in a beautiful, deluxe, landscape hardcover format that complements the strip's elegant and classical style.

120-page black & white 12" x 5" hardcover $19.95
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Now in stock: The Comics Journal #288
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under The Comics Journalnew releases 6 Feb 2008 4:24 PM

The Comics Journal #288

New format! New design! In this special "Year in Review" issue, the most critically-acclaimed cartoonists of the year talk about their work and suss out the BEST COMICS of 2007 from a crowd of contenders; a crowd that includes the likes of Bryan Talbot, Grant Morrison, Adrian Tomine, Brian K. Vaughan, John Porcellino, Nick Bertozzi, Paul Karasik, Naoki Urasawa, Chris Ware, Gilbert Hernandez, Elvis Studio and Tony Millionaire. Plus — à la the Cannes Film Festival — last year's top creators give us their picks for this year's best comics. Alison Bechdel's literary graphic memoir Fun Home carried top honors for 2006 among Journal contributors: Who will earn that distinction in 2007? This newly designed issue also presents strips from the glamorous, panther-skin-suited debutante Miss Fury — the first super heroine created by a female cartoonist, Tarpe Mills, back in 1941. Noted comics historian Trina Robbins will provide an introduction detailing the fascinating facts of Mills' life.

200-page b&w/color 7.5" x 9.5" softcover $11.95
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