|Mike Leavitt portrait of our bookstore|
|Written by Larry Reid | Filed under Fantagraphics Bookstore, art||11 Feb 2008 8:50 AM|
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A couple of rejected panels by Al Columbia:
Another 1997 WonderCon jam sketch pencilled by Gilbert Hernandez & inked by me:
A 1991 convention sketch I obtained from Dan Clowes while I was in college, three years before working at Fanta:
A 2004 wedding present from Chris & Marnie Ware:
It was a wild time down at our store on Saturday night at the opening party for Ellen Forney's LUST exhibit. Here's a brief clip of her slideshow presentation (NSFW language, or, as someone in the audience shouts, "Dirty!"):
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Fun Funhouse poster by Fantagraphics friend Tim Silbaugh. Bellingham-based DT's features fabulous front babe Diana Blanchard (wife of cartoonist Jim). Tom Price Desert Classic includes Fantagraphics alum/guitar hero Price and Fantagraphics resident genius Martin Bland on drums. Both acts have destroyed our store at recent events. Be there or be sober.
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: