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Brooklyn: tonight's the night...
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Leah Hayesevents 7 Mar 2008 8:26 AM
... it's gonna be alright...
 


Greatest comics event ever!
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under eventsDrew Friedman 6 Mar 2008 6:33 PM
I wish I had been there. Daily Crosshatch was. So were a lot of other people. We should have some pics soon, but in the meantime, click the above link NOW!

 

MOME Interview 5: Andrice Arp
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under MomemetaAndrice Arp 6 Mar 2008 3:55 PM

Andrice Arp

The latest specimen in our ongoing series of Mome interview web reprints is Andrice Arp, in a discussion with Gary Groth conducted in May 2006 and originally printed in Mome Vol. 5; read it in its entirety right here. Previously: Paul Hornschemeier, Gabrielle Bell, Kurt Wolfgang and Jonathan Bennett. Next up: Tim Hensley.

Tony Millionaire: The Sound of Young America
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Tony Millionaire 6 Mar 2008 7:00 AM

Tony Millionaire is the latest guest on Jesse Thorn's The Sound of Young America podcast. Not to be missed. It'll also air Sunday at 6 on WNYC, Friday at 9 on WHYY, for those of you whom that means something. Tony talks about his new book, The Maakies with the Wrinkled Knees, and much more, including the forthcoming Drinky Crow Show on Adult Swim.

Members Preview: Comic Arf
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Robert CrumbpreviewsmetaArf 5 Mar 2008 4:11 PM

Comic Arf - art by Milt Gross & R. Crumb

This week's free preview is a downloadable 20-page sampler from Comic Arf, the newest volume of editor Craig Yoe's century-spanning Arf anthology series. (Above: R. Crumb vs. Milt Gross!) These previews are exclusive to registered Fantagraphics.com users, so sign up and/or sign in to view.

(As a reminder, 20/20 Club members receive these previews two weeks before we post them on the website, just one of many great reasons to join up...)

This Sat. in Seattle: Kim Deitch & Friends of the Nib
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Kim DeitchJim WoodringFantagraphics Bookstoreevents 5 Mar 2008 7:38 AM

  

You're all invited to join a stellar group of accomplished cartoonists in the "Friends of the Nib Comics Jam" at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery this Saturday, March 8 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. Celebrated cartoonist and visual artist Jim Woodring will preside over the activities, which will include a guest appearance by New York underground comix legend Kim Deitch. Aspiring cartoonists of all ages are encouraged to participate in this lively session, which will include a rare screening of Deitch's 1960 short film "Dial M for Monster."

Friends of the Nib is an informal cartoonists' solon formed by Woodring that meets weekly at Café Racer in Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood. Acclaimed artists such as Ellen Forney, David Lasky and animator Bruce Bickford regularly attend to mentor emerging cartoonists and network with their peers. Kim Deitch is among America's most prominent and influential alternative cartoonists. The astonishingly sophisticated animated and live-action film short "Dial M for Monster" he created as a teenager with his friend Tony Eastman has become legendary among Deitch fans; it was never released, and has only been shown a handful of times in small venues. Prior to the 7:30 screening, he will introduce the film with a brief media presentation.

Admission is free to the public of all ages. Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery is located at 1201 S. Vale St. in Seattle's Georgetown industrial arts district. Open daily 11:30 to 8:00 PM, Sundays until 5:00 PM. Phone 206.658.0110. The "Comics Jam" coincides with the monthly "Georgetown Second Saturday Art Attack." Over 30 galleries, studios, nightclubs, boutiques, and cafes participate in this colorful showcase of Georgetown's creative diversity.  See you then.

Friedman featured
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Drew Friedman 5 Mar 2008 7:02 AM
Publishers Weekly has a nice feature interview up with Drew Friedman, talking to Ian Brill about his new book, More Old Jewish Comedians
Meet Willie & Joe
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Willie and JoepreviewsBill Mauldin 4 Mar 2008 10:26 AM

Willie & Joe: The WWII Years by Bill Mauldin

Our advance copies of Bill Mauldin's Willie & Joe: The WWII Years arrived at the office yesterday, and hot mustard, this thing is a beaut. We took some photos and put up a preview slideshow on Flickr for your viewing enjoyment. 

Funeral of the Heart previewed online
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under previewsLeah Hayes 4 Mar 2008 10:25 AM

  

The First Post has an eight-page preview of Leah Hayes' FUNERAL OF THE HEART. Check it out!

David Boring Wears Chocolate
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Daniel Clowes 4 Mar 2008 9:29 AM

Our pal Rebecca Rosen from Drawn & Quarterly sent us these pictures from a mall in Bizarro World (a.k.a. Hong Kong). If there are any more Flog readers out there in Hong Kong, send more pictures! Rebecca took all she could: "Sorry I didn't get a better shot of the panel display....That last kind of blurry shot? That's when the security guard began loudly reprimanding me in Cantonese for illegally taking pictures in a mall."