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Down with OPP*: The Big Feminist But
Written by janice headley | Filed under Ulli LustRon Regé Jrjeffrey brownGabrielle BellFantagraphics BookstoreDown with OPPAndrice Arp 25 Jun 2013 1:00 PM


* Other People's Publications
** Yeah, You Know Me.

I'm a big fan of anthologies -- I think they're a fantastic way of discovering new artists whose work you might be unfamiliar with, nestled beside the work of some of your favorites.  So, I was excited to see on our shelves The Big Feminist But: Comics About Women, Men, and the IFs, ANDs, & BUTs of Feminism, edited by Shannon O'Leary and Joan Reilly.

There a quite a few Fantagraphics artists included: Ron Regé, Jr. submits the transcendent piece "Adam & Lilith," while Ulli Lust teams up with Kai Pfeiffer for "Her Fat Feminist Ass." There's also Gabrielle Bell's piece on Valerie Solanas, and Justin Hall, our delightful editor of No Straight Lines, turns in a fantastic piece on gay marriage. Mome-veteran Andrice Arp contibutes a collaboration with Jesse Reklaw, and Jeffrey Brown makes an appearance with "Doesn't This Baby Realize We're Trying to Redefine Gender Roles?". 

That's just a sampling of the artists in this thoughtful self-published anthology, and I did indeed discover some new artists who I'm now curious about!

Perhaps you will too, when you pick up this collection at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery, located 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.

Kim Deitch at the San Francisco Silent Film Festival!
Written by janice headley | Filed under Kim Deitchevents 25 Jun 2013 11:13 AM

The Amazing, Enlightening and Absolutely True Adventures of Katherine Whaley is the dazzling new story from Kim Deitch, about a young woman from upstate New York, cast to star in the mysterious film, The Goddess of Enlightenment.

So, it seems perfect for Kim to present his latest work on the opening night of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, at the historical Castro Theater on Thursday, July 18th!

It will be an amazing, enlightening evening, as they'll be screening the rarely-seen Louise Brooks film Prix de Beauté, starting at 7:00 PM. And then stick around afterwards as the adventures continue with our own Kim Deitch signing his most recent masterpiece, presented in "widescreen" format!  

The Castro Theatre is located at 429 Castro Street, at Market Street. Tickets to the screening are available online here.

Honk If You Like Fantagraphics!
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under rockKim ThompsonFantagraphics Bookstoreevents 24 Jun 2013 6:05 PM

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Thousands of music fans descended on Georgetown on Friday for Honk Fest West. The festivities began outside Fantagraphics Bookstore with a touching tribute to Kim Thompson and ended with an epic battle between the Seattle Seahawk Blue Thunder drumline and Portland's Last Regiment of Syncopated Drummers. Next up is the sensational Sub Pop Silver Jubilee on July 13.

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Hip Hop Family Tree at Cola-Con in Columbia, SC!
Written by janice headley | Filed under eventsEd Piskor 24 Jun 2013 11:13 AM

Cola-Con in Columbia, SC

Mark your calendars: Ed Piskor is bringing Hip Hop Family Tree to the 2nd Annual Cola-Con, a convention where comics meets hip hop -- so basically, the perfect place for Piskor to be!

Held in Columbia, SC, on October 25th & 26th, Cola-Con features comic book artists, vendors, visual artists, lectures, panels and music.  Ed will bring tha noise with a talk on the history of hip-hop music, everything from Grandmaster Flash to Public Enemy, and will be signing copies of his book!

Hip Hop Family Tree

Cola-Con will be held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, located at 1101 Lincoln Street. 

Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2 by Leslie Stein - Photoset
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under previewsnew releasesLeslie Stein 21 Jun 2013 10:55 AM

"Leslie Stein's comics give readers privileged access to a complete and wholly original world of gently skewed wonders." – Jim Woodring

"It's a seemingly casual tour of a very rocky emotional landscape, drawn with a care and devotion I hardly ever see anymore. Leslie's pointillist panels reveal a ton but never impede the story — and instead kind of float along as the weight of the characters accumulates." – Dan Nadel

"Part cute, part kind of creepy art-wise. The writing is serious and smart, slightly contradicting what the art is saying but this makes the work good. And real. And slightly creepy." – Gilbert Hernandez

Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2
by Leslie Stein

144- page black & white 8" x 11.5" softcover • $19.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-672-0

Due to arrive within 2 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:

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Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Color Sundays Vol. 1: Call of the Wild by Floyd Gottfredson - In Stock
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under new releasesMickey MouseFloyd GottfredsonDisney 20 Jun 2013 7:22 PM

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Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Color Sundays Vol. 1: Call of the Wild by Floyd Gottfredson

Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Color Sundays Vol. 1: Call of the Wild
by Floyd Gottfredson
edited by David Gerstein with Gary Groth

280-page full-color 10.5" x 8.75" hardcover • $29.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-643-0

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We’re jumping from black and white to classic color — as Mickey Mouse makes his Sunday strip debut! Bright hues highlight our hero as he races through action-packed epics... taking him from Uncle Mortimer’s Inferno Gulch ranch to the icy peak of frigid Mount Fishflake! Back home in Mouseton, Mickey welcomes a famous co-star — Donald Duck — and nearly lives to regret it!

Floyd Gottfredson, artist of the Sunday Mickey Mouse from 1932-38, created the most famous Mickey tales ever told in print. These long-form color strips, many never before reprinted in the USA, also feature the work of later Donald Duck master Al Taliaferro. Collectively, they form a group that fans have been seeking for a lifetime!

Highlights include "Mickey’s Nephews," introducing Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse, and "Dr. Oofgay’s Secret Serum," which turns Horace Horsecollar into a brainwashed wild mustang! Classic gag stories round out the book, offering manic Mouse mischief at a fever pitch.

Restored from Disney’s line art sources and enhanced with an eye-popping recreation of the strips' original color, Call of the Wild also brings you more than 40 pages of chromatic supplementary features! You'll enjoy rare Gottfredson drawings, vintage publicity material, and fascinating commentary by a prismatic pack of Disney scholars, including an appreciation of Gottfredson by celebrated alternative cartoonist Kevin Huizenga.

SPECIAL OFFER: Pre-order the Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Color Sundays Box Set and we will send you Volume 1 now, and Volume 2 and the slipcase when they are available in Fall 2013!


Green Eggs and Maakies by Tony Millionaire - Now in Stock
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Tony Millionairenew releasesMaakies 20 Jun 2013 7:05 PM

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Green Eggs and Maakies by Tony Millionaire

Green Eggs and Maakies
by Tony Millionaire

120-page black & white 12.25" x 4.75" hardcover • $19.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-618-8

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We do like Tony Millionaire's Maakies, yes we do.

For almost two decades, Tony Millionaire's Maakies has been one of the best and most popular weekly comic strips in America, running in over a dozen of the largest U.S. weekly newspapers including The Village Voice, L.A Weekly, Chicago Reader, and Seattle's The Stranger. (It was also a short-lived Adult Swim animated series, The Drinky Crow Show, in 2008.)

As written and drawn by renaissance lush-cum-degenerate Millionaire, Maakies features the comical adventures of a drunken crow on the high seas, blending vaudeville-style humor (with plenty of bodily fluids and grievous bodily harm) and a breathtakingly beautiful line that harkens back to the glory days of the American comic strip. Green Eggs and Maakies is our eighth collection and features yet another two years' worth of Maakies in a beautiful, deluxe, landscape hardcover format that complements the strip’s elegant and classical style.

"In his surrealist impulse and draftsman’s brio, Millionaire is the closest thing we have to George Herriman of Krazy Kat." — John Hodgman, The New York Times

"Tricking brains and blowing minds has been Millionaire's modus operandi for years, which is why his existential antihero Drinky Crow spends a good amount of time trying to destroy his own." – Wired

Bread & Wine by Samuel R. Delany and Mia Wolff - Now in Stock
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Samuel R Delanynew releasesMia Wolff 20 Jun 2013 6:40 PM

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Bread & Wine by Samuel R. Delany & Mia Wolff

Bread & Wine
by Samuel R. Delany & Mia Wolff

64-page black & white 8.25" x 10.5" hardcover • $14.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-632-4

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Written by black, gay science-fiction writer, professor, and theorist Samuel R. Delany, and drawn by artist/martial arts instructor Mia Wolff, Bread & Wine is a graphic autobiography that flashes back to the unlikely story of how Delany befriended Dennis, and how they became an enduring couple — Delany, a professor at Philadelphia’s Temple University, Dennis, an intelligent man living on the streets.

For casual readers and fans, Bread & Wine is a moving, sexually charged love story, with visuals informed by Wolff's professional physical pursuits. Her black-and-white pen-and-ink work not only expressionistically represents the characters' "body language" and the bustling New York setting, but is also filled with impish art references and visual puns. The scholarly potential for the book, based on the poem "Bread and Wine" by the German lyric poet Friedrich Holderlin, not only encompasses queer, African-American, and graphic novel studies, but also exploration in the literary and paraliterary academic fields.

This edition includes an introduction by Watchmen writer Alan Moore, commentary by the book’s protagonists, Delany and Dennis, and a new interview with Delany and Wolff.

Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2 by Leslie Stein - Video/Photo Preview
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under videopreviewsnew releasesLeslie Stein 20 Jun 2013 12:57 PM

Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2
by Leslie Stein

144- page black & white 8" x 11.5" softcover • $19.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-672-0

Ships in: June 2013 (subject to change) — Pre-Order Now

Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2 is the second book collecting Leslie Stein's loose, funny and charming autobiographical narratives that combine idiosyncratic fantasy and stark reality. Larrybear, our hero, has moved from the countryside to the city, where she finds work as a shop girl. Quotes from Theodore Dreiser's Sister Carrie are sprinkled throughout the story to add humor and poignancy. Stein then takes us back to a childhood in the '80s filled with odd experiences including joining a rock band with older people, sitting in on her mother's AA groups, and the mystery of the disappearing gumballs. Finally, a fun story in which Larrybear and her new friend Poppin the Flower go on a strange trip to see his father. Let us not forget that Marshmallow, Ping-Ping and Mimolette, Larry's walking and talking instruments, have adventures all their own.

Stein's gorgeous cartooning, highlighted by incredibly detailed stippling, and her dry sense of humor combine to make one of the most unique and immersive narrative experiences in comics.

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Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2 by Leslie Stein

Kim Thompson, RIP
Written by Gary Groth | Filed under Kim Thompson 19 Jun 2013 1:47 PM

Kim Thompson - photo by Lynn Emmert
(photo credit: Lynn Emmert)

Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson died at 6:30 this morning, June 19. "He was my partner and close friend for 36 years," said Gary Groth.

Thompson was born in Denmark in 1956. He grew up in Europe, a lifelong comics fan, reading both European and American comics in Denmark, France, and Germany. He was an active fan in his teen years, writing to comics — his letters appeared in Marvel's letter columns circa early 1970s — and contributing to fanzines from his various European perches. At the age of 21, he set foot, for the first time as an adult, on American soil, in late 1977 (he lived briefly in the U.S. as a child in twice in the late '50s and early '60s). One "fanzine" he had not contributed to was The Comics Journal, which Groth and Michael Catron began publishing in July of 1976. That was soon to change.

"Within a few weeks of his arrival," said Groth, "he came over to our 'office,' which was the spare bedroom of my apartment, and was introduced by a mutual friend — it was a fan visit. We were operating out of College Park, Maryland and Kim's parents had moved to Arlington, Virginia, both Washington DC suburbs. Kim loved the energy around the Journal and the whole idea of a magazine devoted to writing about comics, and asked if he could help. We needed all the help we could get, of course, so we gladly accepted his offer. He started to come over every day and was soon camping out on the floor. The three of us were living and breathing The Comics Journal 24 hours a day."

Thompson became an owner when Catron took a job at DC Comics in 1978. As he became more familiar with the editorial process, Thompson became more and more integral to the magazine, assembling and writing news and conducting interviews with professionals. Thompson's career in comics began here.

In 1981, Fantagraphics began publishing comics (such as Jack Jackson's Los Tejanos, Don Rosa's Comics and Stories, and, in 1982, Love and Rockets). Thompson was always evangelical about bandes dessinées and wanted to bring the best of European comics to America; in 1981, Thompson selected and translated the first of many European graphic novels for American publication — Herman Huppen's The Survivors: Talons of Blood (followed by a 2nd volume in 1983). Thompson's involvement in The Comics Journal diminished in 1982 when he took over the editorship of Amazing Heroes, a bi-weekly magazine devoted to more mainstream comics (with occasional forays into alternative and even foreign comics). Thompson helmed Amazing Heroes through 204 issues until 1992.

Among Thompson's signature achievements in comics were Critters, a funny-animal anthology that ran from 50 issues between 1985 to 1990 and is perhaps best known for introducing the world to Stan Sakai's Usagi Yojimbo; and Zero Zero, an alternative comics anthology that also ran for 50 issues over five years — between 1995 and 2000 — and featured work by, among others, Kim Deitch, Dave Cooper, Al Columbia, Spain Rodriguez, Joe Sacco, David Mazzuchelli, and Joyce Farmer. His most recent enthusiasm was spearheading a line of European graphic novel translations, including two major series of volumes by two of the most significant living European artists — Jacques Tardi (It Was the War of the Trenches, Like a Sniper Lining up His Shot, The Astonishing Exploits of Lucien Brindavoine) and Jason (Hey, Wait..., I Killed Adolf Hitler, Low Moon, The Left Bank Gang) — and such respected work as Ulli Lust's Today Is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life, Lorenzo Mattotti's The Crackle of the Frost, Gabriella Giandelli's Interiorae, and what may be his crowning achievement as an editor/translator, Guy Peelaert's The Adventures of Jodelle.

Throughout his career at Fantagraphics, Thompson was active in every aspect of the company, selecting books, working closely with authors, guiding books through the editorial and production process. "Kim leaves an enormous legacy behind him," said Groth, "not just all the European graphic novels that would never have been published here if not or his devotion, knowledge, and skills, but for all the American cartoonists he edited, ranging from Stan Sakai to Joe Sacco to Chris Ware, and his too infrequent critical writing about the medium. His love and devotion to comics was unmatched. I can't truly convey how crushing this is for all of us who've known and loved and worked with him over the years."

Thompson was diagnosed with lung cancer in late February. He is survived by his wife, Lynn Emmert, his mother and father, Aase and John, and his brother Mark.


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