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Zak Sally's SchoolHaus / A4 Kickstarter
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Zak Sallyart 27 Jun 2014 4:00 PM

SchoolHaus
Cartoonist from Sammy the Mouse, Le Mano Press and one of the Autoptic Festival organizer, Zak Sally is currently running a Kickstarter to create an interdisplinary experiment in art education! With all the heavy-wallet-hitting schools like SCAD, SVA and CCS (which I love, don't get me wrong), seeing education programs like SAW, Frank Santoro's low-residency Comics Workbook program and now SchoolHaus are very encouraging for the highly-ambitious, hard-working people without a lot of extra dough. When the choice is eat dinner or new bristol? Sometimes that's a tough choice.

ArtHaus 

Along with Dan Ibarra of Aesthetic Apparatus, Zak Sally aims to create an educational system derived from what the students want to learn instead of hitting goals to earn a degree. Money made from the campaign will go towards many student's tuition. Minneapolis is already the home of many amazing book-friendly places like MCAD itself, Minneapolis Center for Book Arts, stores like Big Brain or Magers & Quinn; Ibarra and Sally's work in printing and education is definitely something the locals can sink their teeth into. Check out the Kickstarter and throw a few bucks their way, they have all sorts of beautiful rewards from screenprinted aprons to object books like the one below.

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Barnaby Vol. 2 Errata
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under errataCrockett JohnsonBarnaby 27 Jun 2014 12:11 PM
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Barnaby, the comic strip that welled up from the infamous inkpot of Crockett Johnson, who also greated Harold and the Purple Crayon, is chock fulla World War 2 information and allusions. Being a newspaper strip intended for children though, it's not a barrier to reading the comic.  "You don't need to get all of Crockett Johnson's allusions to enjoy his classic strip, Barnaby. But I'm the sort of person who wants to know these things," writes Philip Nel, co-editor of the Barnaby series and Johnson's biographer. For those who like a little inside baseball, Nel has posted a few corrections that readers have sent in already for Barnaby  Vol. 2. Cushlamachree! We always knew you guys were a well-read lot and appreciate it when you step up to the mic. Happy Reading!
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Agua Castello owes Charles Burns
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Charles Burns 27 Jun 2014 11:09 AM

Images not on the bottles courtesy Charles Burns and The Believer magazine. Actually, images on the bottle are also courtesy Charles Burns and The Believer. Fancy that.

On behalf of Charles Burns, The Believer and Fantagraphics Books, we say: Fuck you, Agua Castello of Portugal, and the shitty idea-bankrupt ad agency you hired.

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Fantagraphics Celebrates Pride with Weekend Book Sale
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under Wuvable OafWandering SonShimura TakakoSamuel R Delanysales specialsMoto HagioMia WolffMarguerite Van CookLove and RocketsJustin HallJames RombergerJaime HernandezGilbert HernandezEd LuceDavid WojnarowiczColleen Coover 27 Jun 2014 10:00 AM

Fantagraphics is celebrating Pride Weekend with a Book Sale!

Earlier this week, we posted a list of books with LGBTQ themes in honor of Pride Weekend.

Now through Sunday, June 29th, we're offering a sale on those very same books, with both discounts and bundled deals (and, in the case of Wuvable Oaf [edit: and MASSIVE!], beginning pre-orders)! Extend your Pride celebration into next month by picking up a new summer read, completing your Wandering Son collection, or finding the perfect gift for the near, dear, and queer friends in your life.


Julio's Day by Gilbert Hernandez

Julio's Day by Gilbert Hernandez

The life of a man, the span of a century. There is hope and joy, there is bullying and grief, there is war, there is love, there is heartbreak. A standalone masterpiece of elliptical, emotional storytelling from the pages of Love and Rockets, finally completed and collected.

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Maggie the Mechanic by Jaime Hernandez

Maggie the Mechanic by Jaime Hernandez

Maggie the Mechanic collects the earliest, punkiest, most heavily sci-fi stories of Maggie and her circle of friends, including best friend and sometimes lover Hopey, bombshell Penny Century, and Maggie's weird mentor Izzy.

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No Straight Lines edited by Justin HallNo Straight Lines (Softcover) edited by Justin Hall

The first definitive collection of the world's greatest LGBT comics. These smart, funny, and profound works provide an uncensored window into four decades of queer culture.

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Small Favors Vol.1 by Colleen CooverSmall Favors Vol. 1 by Colleen Coover

Featuring comicdom's most treasured girl-lovin' girls, this 128-page softcover collects the first four issues of the surprise hit erotic comic of 2001, plus a bunch of bonus art and previously-unseen strips!

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A Drunken Dream and Other Stories and Heart of Thomas by Moto Hagio

The Heart of Thomas + A Drunken Dream by Moto Hagio

A collection of 10 short stories spanning four decades and a shōjo masterpiece, both in English for the first time by one of Japan’s most influential and critically lauded comics innovators.

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Wandering Son Vols 4-6 by Shimura TakakoWandering Son Vols. 4-6 by Shimura Takako

Love is in the air. In junior high, the simple friendships of childhood develop into the complex, tense relationships of adolescence — and it's even more complicated when coping with the knotty issue of gender identification.

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7 Miles a Second and Bread & Wine

7 Miles a Second + Bread & Wine Memoir Set

Two vastly different comic memoirs, both emotionally charged and compelling in their own ways. Now together in one discounted bundle!

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Wuvable Oaf by Ed LuceWuvable Oaf by Ed Luce [Pre-Order]

Oaf is a large, scary-looking ex-wrestler living in San Francisco with a posse of adorable kitties. He is on a quest to find love in the big city and has set his sights on Eiffel, the lead singer of the grindcore band Ejaculoid. Expected to ship in early spring 2015!

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Massive:Gay Erotic Manga and the Men Who Make It - CoverMassive: Gay Erotic Manga and the Men Who Make It [Pre-Order]

Big, burly, lascivious, and soft around the edges: welcome to the hyper-masculine world of Japanese gay comics. The first English-language anthology of its kind: a collection of manga from the most talented and influential artists in the gei komi genre. Expected to ship later this fall!

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Umpteen Millionaire Club: Discussion Questions for The Love Bunglers
Written by Kristy Valenti | Filed under Umpteen Millionaire ClubThe Love BunglersJaime Hernandez 26 Jun 2014 11:43 AM
The Love Bunglers by Jaime Hernandez

[The Umpteen Millionaire Club is our series which puts forth book club discussion questions for Fantagraphics titles. The Comics Journal interns Caroline Sibila, Lucy Kiester, and Daniel Johnson put together this set of questions. As this is intended for those who have read the book and contains spoilers, questions can be found behind the jump. - Ed.]

Jaime Hernandez's The Love Bunglers focuses on Maggie (a.k.a. Perla) Chascarrillo: the graphic novel is full of her old friends, estranged family members, and visits to art exhibitions. Maggie's present is interspersed with flashbacks to the Chascarrillo family's brief move to Cadezza and fraught return to Hoppers. Hernandez's expressive art depicts relationships evolving, and adds new dimensions to older stories. The Love Bunglers serves as both an extension of and an introduction to the Love and Rockets universe.

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Ulli Lust wins the Max Und Moritz Preis 2014
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under Ulli Lustawardsartists 25 Jun 2014 11:15 AM

Check it out! Our very own Ulli Lust has been winning awards left and right. Her latest acknowledgement is the Max Und Moritz Preis 2014 award for "best cartoonist publishing in the German language."

Lust's past awards include the 2014 LA Times Book Award for Graphic Novels & Comics and the Ignatz Award for Best Graphic Novel - both for Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life.

Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life by Ulli Lust - Cover 

Park City, UT: Kevin Avery Signing
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Kevin Averyevents 25 Jun 2014 10:31 AM

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Saturday, July 12

Paul Nelson was a pioneer of music criticism and discovering acts of immeasurable talent during the '60s and '70s; shinning a dirty light on acts like Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young.  When he mysteriously stepped out of his own journalistic spotlight, he left behind hundreds of unanswered questions and as many writings. Kevin Avery has spent years trying to answer those questions and does so through hundereds of interviews with those who knew Nelson best: friends, family, and artists, culminating in the anthology/biography, Everything is an Afterthought: The Life and Writing of Paul Nelson.  

On Saturday, July 12th from 6 to 7:30 pm you can catch up with Kevin Avery at the lovely, and esteemed, Dolly's Bookstore of Park City, Utah, complete with the cutest bookstore kitties you ever did see. (Bookstore cats are only second to bodega cats.) 

Avery will also be signing copies of his book Conversations with Clint: Paul Nelson's Interviews with Clint Eastwood, 1979-1983

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Now in stock: Three New Juicy Titles
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under S Clay WilsonPatrick Rosenkranznew releasesLove and RocketsJoe OrlandoGilbert HernandezEC ComicsAl Feldstein 24 Jun 2014 5:26 PM

Shipping now from our mail-order department:

Judgment Day and Other Stories (EC Comics Library) - Cover

Judgment Day and Other Stories (EC Comics Library)
by Joe Orlando, Al Feldstein, et al.

192-page black & white 7.25" x 10.25" hardcover • $29.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-727-7

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Will Eisner Hall of Fame artist Joe Orlando drew EC's most (in)famous science fiction story, "Judgment Day," a blunt parable about racism that triggered a blow-up with the Comics Code Authority.

Orlando was a mainstay at EC, especially on science fiction, and Judgment Day and Other Stories collects 23 of his best. All of them, most scripted by Al Feldstein, serve up clever, suspenseful O. Henry-style shock endings, including "In the Beginning…," "The Teacher from Mars," and "Fallen Idol."

Orlando and Feldstein also adapted Otto Binder's fabled Adam Link stories, starring an intelligent robot poignantly struggling to claim his humanity. (The robot/man later headlined TV's The Outer Limits with Leonard Nimoy." Adam Link was EC's only ongoing science fiction series — and it's all here in these pages!

To top it off, this volume features two of Orlando's outstanding adaptations of classic Ray Bradbury science fiction — "The Long Year" and "Outcast of the Stars."

Prepare yourself for an amazing journey to the stars!

Luba and Her Family (Love and Rockets Library) by Gilbert Hernandez - Cover

Luba and Her Family
by Gilbert Hernandez

228-page black & white 7.5" x 9.25" softcover • $18.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-753-6

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Gilbert Hernandez's sprawling family saga focuses on the United States, where newly immigrated Luba and her sisters, body-builder Petra and therapist/film star Fritz, find their families' and friends' lives becoming more and more intertwined. As the three sisters have "memories of sweet youth," the next generation finds the spotlight: Luba's adult daughter Doralís emcees the proceedings in her role as mischievous host of a children’s TV show, while Petra's little girl, Venus, has adventures with her aunt Fritz and her best friend Yoshio. At her mother's urging, Venus also writes missives to her fierce, one-armed cousin Casimira, who's back in Palomar. In these stories — never before collected together — Venus tells it like it is!

Pirates in the Heartland: The Mythology of S. Clay Wilson Vol.1 - Cover

Pirates in the Heartland: The Mythology of S. Clay Wilson Vol. 1
by Patrick Rosenkranz

232-page black & white 8" x 11.25" hardcover • $34.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-747-5

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S. Clay Wilson's taboo-busting, eyeball-blistering comics changed the course of the medium. Best known for his Checkered Demon character and as one of the co-founders of the seminal Zap Comix anthology, Wilson cannonballed the collective — which includes legendary underground cartoonist R. Crumb — to even greater heights of artistic depravity. The first of three volumes, this documentary-style biography — told both in his own words and in firsthand accounts from his peers — and retrospective includes Wilson's childhood drawings, his early contributions to Zap, his collaborations with William S. Burroughs, and his work for Arcade. Preeminent underground comics scholar Patrick Rosenkranz (Rebel Visions) paints a revealing portrait of the Midwestern artist who hid his shyness behind an outré persona — and held a cutlass to the throat of the establishment.





New Comics Day 6.25.14
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under S Clay WilsonNew Comics DayJoe Orlando 24 Jun 2014 5:10 PM

This week's comic shop shipment is slated to include the following new titles. Read on to see what comics-blog commentators and web-savvy comic shops are saying about them (more to be added as they appear), check out our previews at the links, and contact your local shop to confirm availability.

Pirates in the Heartland
Pirates in the Heartland: The Mythology of S. Clay Wilson Volume 1
by S. Clay Wilson, edited by Patrick Rosenkranz

232 page color and black & white 8" x 11.25" hardcover • $34.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-747-5

"Part biography, part retrospective, part collected chronicles of a comic legend, this is a huge undertaking that pays off in every way you could expect, and a million ways you couldn't. Stay tuned." –Forbidden Planet  

Judgment Day
Judgment Day and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)

illustrated by Joe Orlando; written by Al Feldstein, Ray Bradbury et al.
92-page black & white 7.25" x 10.25" hardcover • $29.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-727-7 

If you're not familiar with his magnificent EC art, do yourself a favor and order the book. Joe was a deserved member of comics' Hall of Fame for his work as an artist, editor, teacher and industry leader...and mentor to so many of us." –Paul Levitz

"[Orlando's] technical skill, editing abilities, breadth of work throughout the industry's formative years, and the subsequent influence that he left on everyone that ever picked up one of his comics, is true to the core." –Forbidden Planet  






Your Guide to Pride (Comics)
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Wuvable OafWandering SonLove and RocketsDavid Wojnarowicz 24 Jun 2014 3:24 PM

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Seattle loves parades. But what we love more than parades is PRIDE! In downtown Seattle this Sunday, June 29th, you can found yourself doused with glitter, families, and suggestive floats. (The gay goth one is my favorite). We at Fantagraphics have always been committed to publishing stories of the daily lives, the complexities, the struggles, and the joys that have been represented through our diverse artists, drawing light on an ever-changing LGBTQ community.

Looking to dip your toes, or dive head first into our collection that's as diverse at the people who created them? We've got a spectacular list to fit any book lover!

No Straight Lines 

  • The most comprehensive collection of queer comics covers FORTY YEARS of struggle, hope, pain, sex, identity, and love. Edited by Justin Hall, No Straight Lines embraces history, culture and the future in this impressive anthology. 
 
 b&w   mags
  • One of the most interesting love stories I have ever come across. An autobiographical memoir about a professor who befriends, and then falls in love, with a man living on the streets. Full of tenderness, and enduring partnership admist the most unlikely of circumstances.  
 
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  • Being a tween is hard enough, but when you add gender identity, and transsexualism to the normal pains of puberty, you get a story that is loving and heartbreaking. Written with poetic sensitivity in spades, you might want to read this series with a tissue, or ten.
 
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  • Eisner nominee, GLBT Roundtable selection, and New York Times Bestseller. Artist David Wojnarowicz did not go silently into the night when he penned his story of living, and eventually dying of AIDS in NYC. This book is a testament to Wojnarowicz fierce advocacy for marginalized voices to be heard by friends, family, and the government. 
 
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  • Fun, sexy, girly erotica! 
 
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And our newest addition: Wuvable Oaf! Which is now available for pre-order
 
Have a fun, safe, Pride Week in Seattle, celebrating 40 years! 

 


   


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