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Archive >> February 2013

The Hidden waits for you at comiXology
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Richard SalaDaily OCDcomiXology 14 Feb 2013 4:49 PM

The Hidden on ipad

Fantagraphics and comiXology continue the reign of terror created by Richard Sala's comics. The Hidden poses many questions to its reader: Is this the end of the world? How did it happen? Why did it happen? There is one man who knows...

Take a walk with the dazed survivors of a mysterious worldwide catastrophe. They are bound for a place, somewhere in the desert, where a terrible truth awaits them. This is the full-color, unadulterated horror graphic novel that Sala fans have been waiting for. This nightmarish story combines classic and modern horror themes and genres with a unique twist, and Sala's painted artwork has never looked better (or more gruesome). The bits and bytes will haunt you long after you've powered down your tablet, you may have to even cover it up with a blanket. $14.99 gets you 136 pages of beautiful and horrifying comics at comiXology.

"Sala’s work is like a fusion of Hergé and Charles Addams, yielding a simple, cartoon-like style that makes his moments of gothic horror all the more disturbing. ...[The Hidden] is a beautifully pulpy and incredibly imaginative book that gives a fresh spin on a well-used set-up." – Publishers Weekly

"Sala's unique brand of creepy quirk combines Edward Gorey, Chester Gould, and Charles Adams with his own unclassifiable magic. The Hidden, from Fantagraphics Books, is his most ambitious work -- an intimate apocalypse." – FEARnet 

Your Last Minute Valentines
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under office funNate NealMoto HagioLinda MedleyJohnny RyanJoe DalyJasonGary PanterEsther Pearl WatsonDame DarcyCarol Tyler 14 Feb 2013 1:36 PM

Prison Pit 4

Hey, you're a busy person. We get that. Or maybe you and your sweetie boo said you weren't doing anything but then you found a six pack of that craft brew you love so much or the full Battlestar Galactica series on DVD waiting for you. Well, we've got some cards for you to print out fast at work, while everyone is reading the cards their moms mailed to the office. They aren't going to save you but its better than handing someone a Slim Jim you bent in the shape of a heart while filling up your car at the gas station. Or is it? (Valentine above uses panels from Prison Pit 4 by Johnny Ryan)

The Heart of Thomas

The Heart of Thomas by Moto Hagio

Castle Waiting

Castle Waiting Vol. 1 by Linda Medley

Meat Cake

Meat Cake by Dame Darcy

Dame Darcy Poison

more Meat Cake by Dame Darcy

Dal Tokyo

Dal Tokyo by Gary Panter

Unlovable

Unlovable Vol. 1 by Esther Pearl Watson

Unlovable

Unlovable Vol. 2 by Esther Pearl Watson

Sanctuary

Sanctuary by Nate Neal

Athos in Amerca

Athos in America by Jason

You'll Never Know 3

You'll Never Know Book 3: A Soldier's Heart by Carol Tyler

Dungeon Quest 3

Dungeon Quest 3 by Joe Daly. Click here and here to download this print-worthy PDFs and hand a Valentine to someone. Anyone, man.

Sexytimes at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery!
Written by janice headley | Filed under Jacques BoyreauFantagraphics Bookstoreevents 14 Feb 2013 10:30 AM

Last weekend, it was a sexytime, indeed, at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery as we launched our latest exhibit for Sexytime: The Post-Porn Rise of the Pornoisseur!

Editor Jacques Boyreau joined us from Portland to sign this impressive collection of vintage porn posters from the '70s! Reprints of those posters adorn our gallery wall, including such titles as New Wave Hookers and Deep Inside Annie Sprinkle!

Our musical guest for the night was Olympia, WA-based artist Poppet, aka Molly Rainey, whose orchestrated electro-loop-pop had everyone dancing...

... including Poppet herself!

Georgetown's Little Black Devil Burlesque babes dropped by to deliver kisses -- Hershey's Chocolate ones, that is! As you can see, Sexytime: The Post-Porn Rise of the Pornoisseur is not only the finest collection of vintage porn posters ever, it also makes a nice serving tray!

Thank you to everyone who came out for this sexy time to celebrate SexytimeSexytime will continue to be on display at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery through Wednesday, March 6th. Drop by to see it in person at 1201 S. Vale Street in Seattle's Georgetown district. Open daily 11:30 to 8:00 PM, Sundays until 5:00 PM. Phone: (206) 658-0110. 

Or if you live outside of Seattle, you can check out more photos from our opening reception on the Fantagraphics Flickr!

First Look: 50 Girls 50 and 'Tain't the Meat...
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Jack DavisEC ComicsComing AttractionsAl WilliamsonAl Feldstein 13 Feb 2013 2:31 PM

50 Girls 50 and 'Tain't the Meat...

Why looky what we have here, it's advance copies of the next two books in our EC Comics Library series! 

50 Girls 50

50 Girls 50 pages

50 Girls 50 and Other Stories collects Al Williamson's complete Weird Science & Weird Fantasy science fiction tales, with 3 written by Ray Bradbury, plus work by Frazetta, Krenkel, Torres, and more, backed up by expert EC essayists. Chock full of rocketships, weird aliens, time travel, bizarre planets, dinosaurs, and trademark EC twist endings, it's the classic, fan-fave stuff! Check out the table of contents and read 3 complete stories in our 22-page excerpt available here, where you can also pre-order your copy.

'Tain't the Meat... It's the Humanity!

'Tain't the Meat... It's the Humanity! pages

Good Lord! Choke! 'Tain't the Meat... It's the Humanity! and Other Stories collects the complete Jack Davis-illustrated, Al Feldstein-written Tales from the Crypt stories in one convenient, gore-drenched package bursting with your favorite monsters, grisly comeuppance, and severed body parts! The quintessential American horror comic drawn by its quintessential artist, backed by our usual scholarly bonus features. Sink your teeth into a 26-page excerpt with the table of contents and 3 complete stories, and pre-order your copy, right here.

And hey, we've arranged it so that you can save over 11 bucks when you order both volumes together! Isn't that nice? 

Penny Century hits the ring with comiXology
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Love and RocketsJaime Hernandezdigital comicscomiXology 13 Feb 2013 12:40 PM

Penny Century iPad

The lovely Penny Century demanded to be available digitally along with Maggie, Hopie, Ray and Luba. Fantagraphics and comiXology present the fourth Locas volume in Jaime Hernandez's Love and Rockets series.   

First... wrestling! Penny Century starts off with a blast with “Whoa, Nellie!,” a unique graphic novelette in which Maggie, who has settled in with her pro-wrestler aunt for a while, experiences that wild and woolly world first-hand.

Then it’s back to chills and spills with the old cast of Hopey, Ray Dominguez, and Izzy Ortiz — including Maggie’s romantic dream fantasia “The Race” and the definitive Ray story, “Everybody Loves Me, Baby.” Many more stories hid behind this digital cover and 257 pages of comics are yours for $14.99.

Comixology

"In reviewing Jaime Hernandez's Penny Century, I could point to the frenetic pace of many of the stories; the cute, odd, and endearing sort of strangeness spawned in this lightly magical universe; or even the beautiful art, which is truly the mark of this master cartoonist. But, no, I am going to hype the very first story, "Whoa Nellie," beyond anything else in this fantastic volume. ... Such a wonderful, and grounded, story is a nice start-off point for the still compelling, yet far stranger and sexier, tales that follow. Soup to nuts, this is a great book." – Jeremy Nisen, Under the Radar

Jim Blanchard Tees at Redbubble!
Written by janice headley | Filed under merchJim Blanchardfashion 13 Feb 2013 11:13 AM

Jim Blanchard tee

Candy hearts? Flowers? Bleh.

Let's face it, nothing says "I love you" like a Jim Blanchard t-shirt, and lucky for us, he's just launched a new design on Redbubble.com! Available in a multitude of colors and sizes, and on hoodies, girlie tees, baseball jerseys, and more. 

So, this Valentine's Day, show someone you care with a psychedelic skull.

Daily OCD 2/12/13
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Tom KaczynskiThe Comics JournalNico VassilakisMichael KuppermanLilli CarréLast VispoJames RombergerEd PiskorDavid WojnarowiczDaily OCDCrag Hillcomics journal 12 Feb 2013 9:42 PM

The most evolved finch of Online Commentaries & Diversions:

Beta Testing the Apocalypse

• Review: Tom Kaczynski's Best Testing the Apocalypse is reviewed on  Bookslut. Martyn Pedler states, "Science fiction is notoriously unreliable when it comes to predicting Saturn dreams, laser beams, and 21st century sex machines. It’s fantastic, however, at taking our present reality and making it strange again. Beta Testing The Apocalypse makes us Martians to better let us see what’s happening all around us. Read it and witness the disquieting Gernsback of Now."

 
• Review: Beta Testing The Apocalypse is reviewed by Comics Metropolis. "…a book with an elegant and agile format, immediate in its communicative ability, and extraordinarily dense in its content. An essential reading," writes Biri.
Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol. 2
• Interview (audio): Michael Kupperman speaks to Julie Klausner on How Was Your Week.
Heads or Tails
 • Review (audio): The Inkstuds roundtable talks about the Best Books of 2012. Joe McCulloch, Robin McConnell, Tom Spurgeon and Bill Kartalopoulos talk about Lilli Carré's Heads or Tails at the 2 hour, 2 minutes mark. All agreed there was a lot of work. And good work. "Lilli is very good at short stories," says Bill. " 'The Rainbow Movement' was a beautiful short story and exquisite."
7 Miles a Second
• Review: In case you missed it, 7 Miles A Second was a Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week. "How do you draw grief"? David Wajnarowicz, James Romberger and Marguerite Van Cook know. "The author’s prose is poetic, arriving with a light touch while delivering a heavy, dark, and understandably angry message."
 
• Interview: Originally posted on The Comics Journal, then reposted on  Boing Boing, Marc Sobel speaks to Ed Piskor at length. In regards to Hip Hop Family Tree, Piskor states, "I think the value that my book has and will have over time as I keep moving forward is that it really does stand a chance of being one of the most comprehensive histories of hip hop culture. There really isn’t one resource that includes all of this minutiae and stuff that I’m focusing on."
TCJ 302
 • Plug: Jade at the D & Q bookstore is ready to sell you TCJ 302!
The Last Vispo
• Plug: The Poetry Foundation revisits The Last Vispo after reading another review. "We’re still reading and looking through our copy, enjoying the sheer abundance and diversity of work gathered together," writes Harriet Staff.
 
• Interview (audio): Gary Groth appears for a full hour on TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW now on Boing Boing. Hold onto your comics, it's a great ride. 
 









New Comics Day 2/13/13: The Comics Journal #302
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under The Comics JournalNew Comics Daycomics journal 12 Feb 2013 5:02 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.

The Comics Journal 302

The Comics Journal #302
edited by Mike Dean & Kristy Valenti; Gary Groth, Executive Editor

672-page black & white/color 7" x 8.5" softcover
ISBN: 978-1-60699-603-4

"Business as usual for a publication that was treating the cultural significance of comics as a known fact decades before graphic novels were making the bestseller list."–Noel Murray, The AV Club

"…with over 600 pages of nerding out on comics! In this issue, TCJ gives a heartfelt farewell to Maurice Sendak, featuring his final interview, a comic strip tribute by Art Spiegelman, and various essays on his work…an investigation of R Crumb’s legal battles concerning his famous “keep on truckin’” cartoon, and a touching tribute to the late Dylan Williams." –Jade, D&Q Bookstore

A helpful guide on how to work out with your copy of TCJ 302.

Daily OCD Extra: Booklist's February Reviews
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Richard SalaMichael KuppermanJack JacksonDaily OCD 12 Feb 2013 2:43 PM

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

Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol. 2

Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol. 2 by Michael Kupperman

Imaginations come no wonkier, no dafter than Kupperman’s. His idea of a crime-fighting, daring, dynamic duo à la Bruce and Dick (Batman and Robin) is Twain and Einstein (Mark and Albert)-that is, when it's not a snake and a strip of bacon. When he thinks Odd Couple, it's Oscar and Felix Dracula…Kupperman draws all this strangeness in a manner that derives about equally from Chester Gould (Dick Tracy), 1950s romance comics, visualpun cartoonist Glen Baxter, and art deco. –Ray Olson

Delphine

Delphine by Richard Sala

Sala’s high-class horror sensibility is equal parts sinister and gleeful: a wild cackle of frights steeped in the grand gothic tradition of Edward Gorey… Sala’s quavery lines dish out plenty of unsettling images, and he ratchets up the eeriness with stylized, hand-drawn lettering. Though he sacrifices some narrative sense in favor of creepy atmospherics and downright baffling transitions, Sala does a fine job of keeping everything just slightly out of balance and off-kilter. –Ian Chipman

Los Tejanos and Lost Cause

Jack Jackson's American History: Los Tejanos and Lost Cause by Jack Jackson

Jackson is one of the founders of the 1960s underground comics movement (his 1964 God Nose predates Zap Comix by four years), but he's best known for…relating the unvarnished history of his native Texas... This hardcover volume gathers two of his later works: 1989's Los Tejanos, the story of Juan Seguin, a hero of the Texas revolution…later labeled a traitor…; and Lost Cause, a 1997 post-Civil War account of unreconstructed Texans who had supported the Confederacy... Jackson spins these sprawling, complex yarns with a skilled hand, imparting them with a rugged authenticity that makes them all the more compelling, never shying away from the violence and racism endemic to the period. His rough-hewn, craggy illustrations are an ideal vehicle for these tales of the rugged men who carved out the Lone Star State. –Gordon Flagg

Gary's Boing Boing Recommendations
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Stephen DixonGraham ChaffeeCathy Malkasian 12 Feb 2013 1:54 PM
Yesterday, Publisher Gary Groth's interview with the team from Tell Me Something I Don't Know went live on Boing Boing. Jason Lex, Jim Rugg, and Ed Piskor asked for some of Gary's Fantagraphics recommendations. Here are the quick descriptions and links to the books Gary mentioned.

Good Dog

Good Dog by Graham Chaffee is a beautiful black and white graphic novel that chronicles the tales of stray dog, Ivan, on his search for a home, friends and more. Ivan is a good dog - if only someone would notice. Chaffee combines illustrative gravitas with cartooning verve for a richly textured, dog's-eye view of the world. Coming this May 2013.

Wake Up, Percy Gloom

Wake Up, Percy Gloom is the second Percy Gloom graphic novel by Cathy Malkasian. Kindhearted Percy awakens from (what he thinks is) a 200-year nap and finds himself in a strange new land. As Percy goes on a quest to locate his mother in addition to his long-lost love and soul mate, Miss Margaret. Coming out this April 2013.

Golden Age of Baseball

Willard Mullin's Golden Age of Baseball is a collection of the sports comics by Willard Mullin. Mullin was to baseball players what Bill Mauldin was to soldiers: advocate and critic, investing them with personality, humanity, dignity, and poignancy; Mauldin had Willie & Joe and Mullin had the Brooklyn Bum, his affectionate 1939 character representing the bedraggled figure of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Coming this April 2013.

His Wife Leaves Him

Finally, His Wife Leaves Him by Stephen Dixon is a new book from the Fantagraphics' prose line. One of America's great literary treasures has completed his first novel in five years - a long, intimate exploration of the interior life of a husband who has lost his wife. Coming this May 2013.


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