|Rachel McAdams Hearts David Boring|
|Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Daniel Clowes||23 Mar 2009 1:51 PM|
Your unlikely book review of the day. I want to know if she identified more with Dot or Wanda, tho'.
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Now available for preview and pre-order: The Complete Crumb Comics Vol. 4: "Mr. Sixties!" Back in print with the first new softcover edition of this volume in 12 years! This one has Zap #0-1, "Keep on Truckin'," and a bunch more Crumb classics and rarities from the heady hippie days. Essential! This book is scheduled to be in stock in early April and in stores approximately 4 weeks later.
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Congratulations to two talented Beasts! artists for making the list of Print magazine's annual 20 people under 30 to watch in the visual arts. The links below will take you to Print's write-up about each artist.
Eleanor Davis' work in the words of Françoise Mouly: "It’s very imaginative and funny and fanciful, but it’s also very thoroughly worked out. She’s not afraid to be clear."
Josh Cochran's work in his own words: "It’s good to have a recognizable look. It’s even better if I can transcend it."
My thanks again to these two for contributing their visions to Beasts!
Now available for preview and pre-order: the 297th issue of The Comics Journal, featuring extensive interivews with Beetle Bailey and Hi and Lois creator (and Sam's Strip writer) Mort Walker and French artist Emmanuel Guibert (Alan's War). Plus a gallery of art by pioneering caricaturist Thomas Rowlandson, reviews and many more features. Check out the full table of contents here and in the preview slideshow photo & video slideshow preview embedded below. Click here if it is not visible, and/or to view it larger in a new window (recommended).
This weekend I visited my parents in California, and this is the house directly across the street from them. According to my father, "That goddamn eyesore's been there for over a year." No further explanation was provided.
Time for your weekly batch of new webcomics!
The tykes take action in this week's installment of Steven Weissman's in-progress pages from "Blue Jay," an epic 50-page story from Chocolate Cheeks, the next collection of the Yikes! gang's adventures.
And this is what Comic-Con looks like after all the fans, cartoonists and celebrities have left for home. Union guys are farting and shouting at us to hurry up and ship out so they can get their drink on. It's a blessed life (I mean that).
This Flog is dedicated to the workers.
Jamie Salomon of Drawn & Quarterly. This guy's taken a bullet for comics.
Alvin Buenaventura of Buenaventura Press puts the finishing touches on pallet.
Tom Devlin and Rebecca Rosen of Drawn & Quarterly pack up while sporting Canadian Plaid. (Please note formula: Northwesterner/Me = Plaid/Flannel Connoisseur)