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Daily OCD Extra: Booklist's June Reviews
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under reviewsPeter BaggeJack DavisGraham ChaffeeEC ComicsAl Feldstein 23 May 2013 12:15 PM

This month's issue of Booklist reviewed three recent releases by Fantagraphics creators, excerpted below:

Peter Bagge's Other Stuff

Peter Bagge's Other Stuff by Peter Bagge et al.

"The pleasing hodgepodge includes multipart sequences featuring Bagge creations like hipster wannabe Lovey and clueless suburbanites Chet and Bunny Leeway (resurrected from Bagge’s 1980s series, Neat Stuff); Bagge-scripted stories drawn by other alt-comics titans, including R. Crumb, Daniel Clowes, Adrian Tomine, and Gilbert and Jamie Hernandez as well as a story scripted by Alan Moore…While his rubbery, exaggerated visual style may be one-note (as effective and appealing as that single note might be), this diverse assortment of work, nearly all of it top-notch, shows that Bagge has plenty of arrows in his artistic quiver." –Gordon Flagg

Good Dog

Good Dog by Graham Chaffee

"Chaffee’s artwork is bold and straightforward, and he imbues each dog with its own personality while avoiding excessive anthropomorphizing. The natural audience for this work is, of course, dog lovers, but you don’t have to be a caninophile to appreciate Chaffee’s remarkable ability to get inside the mind of man’s best friend." –Gordon Flagg 

'Tain't The Meat

'Tain't the Meat... It's the Humanity! and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)
by Jack Davis  & Al Feldstein

"…while other EC artists were moodier or spookier, Jack Davis’ stories stood out for their distinctly cartoony tinge, leavening the terror with a mocking humor…they remain entertaining six decades later, or as the Crypt-Keeper would put it, “There’s no ghoul like an old ghoul.” –Gordon Flagg

EC Comics and Peanuts: NY Times Best Sellers
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Jack DavisEC ComicsCharles M SchulzAl WilliamsonAl Feldstein 23 May 2013 10:40 AM

We've had three books hit the NY Times Best Sellers list for two weeks this past month! Dig into yer wallets and read what's on everyone's mind: some quality EC Comics and books from the comic strip master himself, Charles Schulz

50 Girls 50

50 Girls 50 and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)
illustrated by Al Williamson et al.; written by Al Feldstein et al.

"…here we’re dazzled by romanticized sci-fi heroics and delicate line-work of the ilk of FLASH GORDON’S original artist Alex Raymond, Williamson’s main inspiration. Dinosaurs, spaceships, and outlandish otherworldly creatures populate the flora of faraway worlds, accompanied by buxom, exotically garbed beauties." –Rick Trembles, Fangoria

Taint the Meat

'Tain't the Meat... It's the Humanity! and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)
by Jack Davis  & Al Feldstein

Of course, around the office everyone is guffawing that we got the word 'taint' on the list. Close up shop, everyone, our job is done here. 

"Even though he wasn't a perfectionist, Jack Davis's laziness is better than most people's best work. When Davis does invest himself in a drawing it's just a mind bender. This is a must have for anyone who loves horror, EC, Jack Davis, any of that stuff."  –Nick Gazin, VICE

Peanuts Vol. 19

The Complete Peanuts: 1987-88 (Volume 19)
by Charles Schulz

Flirting and a hockey mishap send Charlie Brown and Snoopy (respectively) to the doctor. Plus Spike, Sally, Rerun and the whole gang, and the epochal change from 4 uniform panels to a variable format. Introduction by Garry Trudeau. 

 


Memorial Day Mega-Blowout SALE! 75% Off Over 250 Items!
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under sales specials 23 May 2013 1:04 AM

Memorial Day Sale graphic

Land sakes we have a lot of books coming out this summer and we need to clear out space in our warehouse. Hence we are offering our biggest discount ever75% OFF! — on a huge assortment of over 250 items.

Treat yourself to our first Floyd Gottfredson Mickey Mouse box set for just $12.50! Get our big fancy Love and Rockets hardcovers Locas II and Luba for 10 bucks each! Recent collections of classic material by Roy Crane, Mort Meskin, Alex Toth, Bill Mauldin, Simon & Kirby and more are $10 and under! Pick up super-cheap books by a globe-spanning roster of artists including Dave McKean, Moto Hagio, Joost Swarte, Bill Griffith, Joe Sacco, Jim Woodring, Megan Kelso, Jason, Charles Burns, Lorenzo Mattotti, Johnny Ryan, Drew Friedman, Esther Pearl Watson, Carol Tyler and many more favorites! Take a chance on something you haven't heard of before! Graphic novels for the price of comic books! Comic books for around a buck! And don't forget the gifts for your friends & family! Click here to see the whole lineup.

The sale is on now and runs all Memorial Day weekend — we start taking it down at the end of the day on Monday, May 27, 2013. Don't miss out — order now!

(Please note: coupons and other discounts do not apply to these sale items. The deals are crazy enough as it is! Due to the expected high volume of orders please allow 1-2 extra days for processing and shipping.)

Guffaw out loud with Peter Bagge's Other Stuff on comiXology
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter Baggedigital comicscomiXology 22 May 2013 4:19 PM

Peter Bagge's Other Stuff

Fantagraphics and comiXology are happy to bring one of the pillars of alternative comics to the digital forefront. Peter Bagge's Other Stuff is perfect for a long-time reader of Hate or a new-comer. 

Other Stuff includes a series of Bagge-written stories drawn by other cartoonists, including "Life in these United States" with Daniel Clowes, "Shamrock Squid" with Adrian Tomine, and the one-two parody punch of "Caffy" (with art by R. Crumb) and "Dildobert" (with art by Prison Pit’s Johnny Ryan)... plus a highlight of the book, the hilarious, literate and intricate exposé of "Kool-Aid Man" written by Alan Moore and drawn by Bagge. (Other collaborators include the Hernandez Brothers and Danny Hellman.) Enjoy 146 pages of fun for only $14.99 on comiXology.

 

Peter Bagge's Other Stuff

"Other Stuff also brings together strips Bagge has written about rock icons, along with a few cartoon essays, and strips featuring his characters Lovey and The Leeways, who respectively represent hipster adventurism and dogged domesticity. It’s a full picture of who Bagge has been as an artist and humorist over the past 20 years, and as such is as valuable for newcomers as fans…" –Noel Murray, The A.V. Club

 

 

 

Today Is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life by Ulli Lust - Now in Stock
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Ulli Lustnew releases 22 May 2013 2:04 PM

Just arrived and shipping now from our mail-order department: 

Today Is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life by Ulli Lust

Today Is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life
by Ulli Lust (translated by Kim Thompson)

464-page two-color 6.75" x 9" softcover • $35.00
ISBN: 978-1-60699-557-0

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Back in 1984, a rebellious, 17-year-old, punked-out Ulli Lust set out for a wild hitchhiking trip across Italy, from Naples through Verona and Rome and ending up in Sicily. Twenty-five years later, this talented Austrian cartoonist has looked back at that tumultuous summer and delivered a long, dense, sensitive, and minutely observed autobiographical masterpiece.

Miraculously combining a perfect memory for both emotional and physical detail with the sometimes painful lucidity two and half decades’ distance have brought to her understanding of the events, Lust meticulously shows the who, where, when, and how (specifically, how an often penniless young girl can survive for months on the road) of a sometimes dangerous and sometimes exhilarating journey. Particularly haunting is her portrait of her fellow traveler, the gangly, promiscuous devil-may-care Edi who veers from being her spunky, funny best friend in the world to an out-of-control lunatic with no consideration for anything but her own whims and desires.

Universally considered one of the very finest examples of the new breed of graphic novels coming from Europe, Today Is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life won the 2011 Angoulême “Revelation” prize, and Fantagraphics is proud to bring it to English speaking readers.

First Look: The End of the Fucking World (TEOTFW) by Charles Forsman
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Coming AttractionsChuck Forsman 21 May 2013 1:24 PM

TEOTFW cover

TEOTFW pages

We seem to have a habit of posting sneak peeks of this book right after deadly disasters. We promise it's not on purpose.

Given the subject matter, calling our upcoming paperback collection of Charles Forsman's The End of the Fucking World "cute" seems a little weird, but it's partly the tension between wanting to put it in your pocket and being gripped by the harrowing story that gives the work its power.

This highly-anticipated book drops in July (after debuting at CAKE in Chicago in mid-June). We have an excerpt of the first two chapters for you to read right here, and stay tuned for details of an exclusive signed Risograph print you'll be able to get as a pre-order bonus!

TCAF in photos
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Ulli LustMichael Kuppermanmaurice fucking sendakLove and RocketsJaime HernandezGilbert HernandezDavid BDash Shawcomics journalChuck Forsman 21 May 2013 12:04 PM

The Toronto Comics Arts Festival was amazing, it was a whole corral of Fantagraphics cartoonists visiting Toronto with publicist Jacq Cohen and me to sell sell sell books to the sweetest Canadians. On Friday we stopped at the coolest comic book store, The Beguiling.

The Beguiling

Inkstuds' Robin McConnell in the Beguiling

Robino

Dash Shaw's new floppy comic, 3 New Stories! Plus, Maidenheadlock a crazy screen printed comic.

3 New Stories

There was an awesome shop called Honest Ed's full of $1 jeggings and $3 babies. BABIES, guys. It was a hell of deal. Luckily they had cool signage everywhere. If Jacq ever uses the internet for dates, here you go.

Jacq at Honest Ed's

We were all lucky enough to enjoy a converstation between Gilbert Hernandez, Tom Spurgeon and Jaime Hernandez about Love and Rockets, alternative comics and more in the Reference Library Friday night.

the talk

Andrew and James (yes?) from The Beguiling working the Bros book booth on Friday night. Thank you for being sweethearts and working hard.

Working it

The Death of Speedy, a touchstone story of Jaime's Locas series of Love and Rockets.

Bros talk

Drawn and Quarterly were excellent Canadian printing cousins and invited Jacq and me out to dinner. I sat across from Gilbert, Seth and Jaime (swoon).

Dinner

Chester Brown showed off some new original pages to Jeet Heer, Julia, Tracey and Chris Oliveros of D&Q. Seth constantly made fun of Chester's hair but its nicely conditioned.

Chester Brown

The big day was upon us and the table was S.T.A.C.K.E.D. with books like Ulli Lust's Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life.

Ulli Lust

Mike Winters, funny comic book man and Kupperman fan, was ready for his first comics show and showed off his cash envelope-bowl. His loonies and toonies smelled faintly of egg salad.

Mike Winters

Jaime and Dash Shaw were ready EARLY at 9am to sign books!

Jaime Hernandez and Dash Shaw

Our first cup of coffee was barely over before a Jaime fan bared all to show off his sexy Maggie tattoo. Jaime said "Make sure to get those boxers in the photo" just so you know I'm not objectifying this gentleman.

Maggie tattoo

Then the magical Ulli Lust made her appearance. Leon Avelino of Secret Acres and The Beguiling's Peter Birkmoe showed up but were sadly outdone by the BEST CON FACE EVER. Thank you, Toronto.

Ulli Lust

Ulli doesn't really spend ANY time on these book signings, right? Man, alive!

Ulli Lust book

Michael Kupperman had fans aplenty ready to buy Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol. 2 and original artwork.

Kupperman

Lilli Carré and Tom Kaczynski talk shop by stacks of Heads or Tails and Beta Testing the Apocalypse.

LILLI AND TOM

Spotted: awarding-winning comics librarian Lucia Cedeira Serantes. She showed off her Where the Wild Things Are shirt for The Comics Journal #302 featuring the last Maurice Sendak interview.

Librarian power

Robin McConnell and Portland's Sam Alden.

Sam Alden and Robin McConnell

Ed Piskor and Jacq talk about Hip Hop Family Tree and something evil given Ed's hands...

Ed Piskor and Jacq Cohen

Hanging out with Toronto's Zach Worton, The Beguiling's Alex Hoffman, our Chuck Forsman (we can't wait for The End of the Fucking World and Celebrated Summer) and Josh Frankel.

Zach, Alex, Chuck and Josh

Gilbert pretends to act crotchedy with an enthsiastic Peggy Burns from D&Q. Jade and Tracy in the background!

Peggy and Gilbert

Jaime and I discuss Little League baseball. Gilbert keeps up the act.

The Hernandez Brothers

Jacq and our former intern, future super cartoonist Sophie Yanow.

Sophie and Jacq

Oh geez, they had someone doing 10 minute henna at the front of TCAF show and while so beautiful, all I could think is what happens when someone accidentally rubs the still drying design on some $40 book. Actually, now I think about it that's a great way to get rid of some backstock. 

henna

Ulli and Dash signing books: Dash promises he was listening and not drifting back into his new book, New School.

Dash and Ulli

BUT Dash Shaw and I only have to hear the first half of the word 'VOGUE' before hittin' it, so to speak.

Jen and Dash

One Toronotian gal loved Dash Shaw's comics so much, Bottomless Belly Button, she got a tattoo based on it.

Dash tat

One of the Beguiling employees was chuffed to meet Michael Kupperman so they had to pose for a photo. You can tell its nice and early here because of all the butt space people have while walking down the aisles.

Kupperman and friend

Michael draws a commissioned illustration for a fan.

Kupperman draws

 Jacq snapped this photo of Michael at his artist spotlight panel. We wish our cartoonists had more confidence.

Michael Kupperman

Alex from The Beguiling picks up The Armed Garden by his favorite cartoonist, David B. NO, DA-vead Beh, say it right.

David B and Alex

Ulli stops to say hi to smart person and comics fan, Gil Roth.

ulli and gil roth

Thanks to Oliver East for tabling next to Fantagraphics all weekend, he is a true pleasure!

Oliver East

ALSO, thank you thank you to anyone who stopped by my comics booth. I put my name in for work and myself and never dreamed I'd get into TCAF with my own comics. Thanks to you, new friends, (and my harried and usually alone tablemate, Lucy Bellwood).

Jen Vaughn and Lucy Bellwood

How cool is The Beguiling for buying all your comics (or a goodly amount) after the show? Standing in the line was worth it not to carry your comics back over the border! Hopefully you said thank you to Peter Birkemoe and Chris Butcher at some point. 

The line

The after party was at Lee's Palace, an old punk venue that was so gorgeous. The town is full of beautiful facades and interesting buildings.

Lee's Palace

The Monday after the show we ran around Toronto with whomever was left in town. Like Rutu Modan! Jacq, me and Rutu accidentally ate opposite Robin, Mark P. Hensel (aka William Cardini) and Murilo.

Jacq Cohen, jen vaughn, rutu modan, robin McConnell, William Cardini and Murilo

Theo Ellsworth joined us for a visit to the beautiful Taiyo Matsumoto exhibit at the Japan Foundation and we ran into the Matsumoto himself! I've been a fan since Steve Bissette showed me some of his comics and the Ping Pong movie. PLEASE check it out if you haven't already and prepare to be blown away.

Taiyo Matsumoto!

This restaurant could be dangerous for someone like me. We were all confused as to what this kid's mouth is doing, why he's pushing his cheeks in, especially when saying the word 'cheese' pulls your mouth wide. You win this one, Toronto.

Say Cheese

Thank you, TCAF and The Beguiling, for all the help and love. We had a great time. Ulli mentioned one time how much she loved 'North American enthusiasm' so you made her week!

Ulli Lust loves you!

Photos by Jen, Jacq and Robin.

Fantagraphics at the International Comic Arts Forum in Portland!
Written by janice headley | Filed under Tommi MusturiT Edward BakMegan Kelsoevents 21 May 2013 10:45 AM

Portland, get ready for a lot of cool accents in the comics community this weekend as the Rose City hosts the 2013 International Comic Arts Forum!

From Thursday, May 23rd through Saturday, May 25th, you are invited to attend this annual academic conference, featuring Fantagraphics special guests Megan Kelso, Tommi Musturi, and T. Edward Bak!

The entire weekend is jam-packed with wonderful panels, discussions, and papers, but here are a few highlights we thought you'd particularly enjoy! (... 'cause they feature our artists!... )

Kolor Klimax

Thursday, May 23rd

7:30 - 9:00 PM // A Celebration of Finnish Comics at Floating World Comics: Comics illustrator Tommi Musturi, whose work is featured in Kolor Klimax: Nordic Comics Now, and editor Ville Hänninen will discuss their work on Finnish comics at Floating World Comics [ 400 NW Couch Street ]. A pre-talk reception begins at 6:30 PM, with a Q&A to follow the talk.

Friday, May 24th

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM // Women & Politics: Alisia Chase will present “Matrixial Graphics:  Motherhood and Politics in Megan Kelso’s Watergate Sue" at the University of Oregon's White Stag Building [ 70 NW Couch Street ].

Palestine

Saturday, May 25th

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM // Self, Memory, Perception:  Josina Robb will present "The Spatiality of Voice: How Joe Sacco’s Palestine Takes Up the Ethos of New Journalism" at the University of Oregon's White Stag Building [ 70 NW Couch Street ].

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM // Roundtable: Comics and the Pacific Northwest:  With comics creators Megan Kelso, Greg Rucka, and T. Edward Bak. Moderated by Ben Saunders at the University of Oregon's White Stag Building [ 70 NW Couch Street ]. 

All these wonderful panels and events are totally FREE! All you gotta do is register online here

Photoset: Goddamn This War! by Jacques Tardi & Jean-Pierre Verney
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under previewsnew releasesJacques Tardi 20 May 2013 7:47 PM

Fantagraphics is proud to present the follow-up to Jacques Tardi's double Eisner Award-winning masterpiece It Was the War of the Trenches, which was hailed by critics as "harrowing and ruthlessly affecting" (NPR), "a masterful and visceral tone poem about war" (Library Journal), and "a cri de coeur that stands out even from Tardi's impressive body of work" (Booklist).

Goddamn This War!
by Jacques Tardi & Jean-Pierre Verney

140-page full-color 8.25” x 10.75” hardcover • $24.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-582-2

Due to arrive in about 6-8 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:

http://www.fantagraphics.com/goddamnthiswar

Max Andersson at the Seattle International Film Festival!
Written by janice headley | Filed under Max Anderssonhooray for Hollywoodevents 20 May 2013 11:13 AM

Tito on Ice

Fantagraphics is thrilled to welcome world-famous cartoonist and filmmaker Max Andersson to town for the Seattle International Film Festival. He'll be screening his first feature-length film Tito on Ice at the SIFF Cinema Uptown on Sunday, May 26th at 8:00 PM, with an encore screening on Tuesday, May 28th at 3:30 PM.

Bosnian Flat Dog

To promote their Fantagraphics book Bosnian Flat Dog, Andersson and fellow Swedish artist Lars Sjunnesson toured the countries of former Yugoslavia with a mummified Marshal Tito in a refrigerator.

Now comes the documentary, Tito on Ice, which takes Super 8 footage of their tour and animates it with cardboard cutouts and garbage and other recycled materials. The result is a surreal trip through the Balkans that is part promotion, part performance art, and part history of Marshal Tito and the dissolution of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. It’s also about the underground arts and music venues that popped up when the country split apart.

Through it all there is a comics creator’s eye at work: live-action interviews suddenly switch to animation, and more than 50 sets were built for the film, all shot and animated on Super 8 film. Tito on Ice is a joyous trip through the war torn subconscious of an underground artist. 

Max will be in town on Sunday night to introduce the film and engage in a Q&A afterwards. Fantagraphics will be on site, selling you copies of Bosnian Flat Dog to get signed. Tito on Ice is screening at the SIFF Cinema Uptown, located at 511 Queen Anne Avenue North. See you there!


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