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Cartoonist, journalist and lover of all comics! Here to encourage you to read Fantagraphics books and then pass them on to your friends AND family. Especially those Eros ones. Graduate of The Center for Cartoon Studies.

comiXology's Love and Rockets Sale
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under sales specialsJaime HernandezGilbert Hernandezdigital comicscomiXology 9 Feb 2015 10:58 AM
Love love love
Pour yourself another cup of coffee ('cause you'll be reading all night) and start clicking "ADD TO CART" at comiXology because we are having a Love and Rockets sale TODAY ONLY! The flagship title of Fantagraphics, now it it's 32 year, has enough poundage to break a bookcase or two thanks to the trusty and hard-working pens of Gilbert Hernandez and Jaime Hernandez. Luckily, you can get all the books digitally at comiXology. The Library volumes that start with Jaime and Gilbert's universes from 1983 through 2008 are only $6.99! The Love and Rockets: New Stories collections featuring the newest comics are only $3.99! And even better, the sale is so you can catch up because Love and Rockets: New Stories #7 is hitting the stands, comic bookstore and the digital shelf on Wednesday!
 
Not sure where to begin or maybe you have some books you've already read? Check out our handy "How to Read Love and Rockets" guide since the they've been drawing longer than some of you have been a-live. The sale runs from today ONLY and ends at 11pm EST
New Stories 1 Ofelia
Tuned into Michael Jordan
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Wilfred Santiago 7 Feb 2015 3:29 PM

Michael Jordan
Cartoonist Wilfred Santiago's newest graphic novel, Michael Jordan: Bull on Parade is currently sweeping the nation off it's feet and slamming them back down mid-court sweating through their pump-able Air Jordans.

On Santiago's own site, Good Wilfred, he's collected some of the better lyrics from songs, from 2 Pac to Jurassic 5, that include Michael Jordan and references to his full-court domination.

MJ

Here's what some of the premiere critics have had to say about the man, the myth and the legend as documented by Santiago's pen and brushes.

"…this book breaths with potent comic book electricity, phrasing court pivots and jump-shots with the same bombast as celestial superhero brawls." –Sean Edgar, PASTE Magazine

"What's brilliant about Wilfred Santiago's Michael Jordan: Bulls On Parade is how it works to reconcile the two sides of the person the public believed he was and the person he might actually be. It's an empathetic and exciting whirlwind of a story that spans across decades of tragedy and triumph to come out the other side with a portrait that could only end with a certain level of complex ambiguity." –Patrick Hess, Nothing But Comics

"Wilfred Santiago was a protégé of Ho Che Anderson (remember him?) and as such is a proponent of the sort of honest, experimental and energetic kind of storytelling that can only come from life on the fringes of both real life and the comics world." –Bart Croonenborghs, Broken Frontier
MJ



CHICAGO: Lucy Knisley at Challengers
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under merchLucy Knisleyeventsart 5 Feb 2015 11:56 AM

Lucy Knisley
FEBRUARY 18th - To celebrate the release of her second travelogue,
Displacement from Fantagraphics, cartoonist and Chicago local Lucy Knisley will be signing comics and making small talk at Challengers Comics + Conversation on Wednesday, February 18th! The party starts at 7pm

In the pretty-yet-gritty Displacement, Lucy takes her two 90 year-old grandparents out on a cruise. It explores ageism, mortality and life-long love in gorgeous watercolors, all bookended in a small WWII biography from Lucy's grandfather's journals. Readers will identify with Knisley's frustration, her fears, her compassion, and her attempts to come to terms with mortality, as she copes with the stress of travel complicated by her grandparents' frailty.
Grandparents

Displacement comes out right on the heels of An Age of License, a lighter travelogue about seeking out love and adventure during European travels. Both are sweet with a touch of melancholy with gorgeous watercolors.

Challengers Comics is ALSO having a store-wide 25% sale Saturday 2.7.15 to Friday 2.13.15 and if you spend over $100, you get a sweet Knisley-designed shirt that says "I love you but I've chosen comics":Knisley 
Pret-ty swoon-worthy. How coold would you feel going to a Lucy Knisley signing in a Lucy Knisley shirt? I see many photo opportunities in your future. 


Challengers Comics + Conversation
1845 N. Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60647








LA: Johnny Ryan at Secret Headquarters
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Johnny Ryanevents 4 Feb 2015 10:45 AM
Johnny Ryan
Secret Headquarters in Los Angeles has the event for you on Friday, March 20thJohnny Ryan will be signing brand new copies of his newest collection with a gold embossed and genitalia-ed cover: ANGRY YOUTH COMIX. The party starts at 7pm so don't show at a quarter to ten like a jerk!
 
Angry Youth Comix follows the zany, infectious and hilarious bombardment of political incorrectness with your hosts Loady McGee, Sinus O'Gynus, Boobs Pooter and more. In an age when the comics' medium is growing up and aspiring to more mature and hoity-toity literary heights, Ryan builds on the visceral tradition that cartooning has had on our collective funny bone for over a century. Now, for the first time, all fourteen issues of Ryan's career-defining comic book series Angry Youth Comix (2000-2008) are collected in one place. All the comics, the covers, and even the contentious letters pages, in one toilet-ready brick shithouse. 
 
P.S. Our design intern Will Rhodes made about 500 versions of the above poster so make sure you hit up Secret Headquarters to grab one. Angry Youth Comix
"The new Angry Youth Comix is finally out and it may be the darkest cartoon we've ever seen and also the most hilarious... It also features one of the most honest depictions of the American family dynamic to appear in print, though we can see that aspect maybe getting lost for some readers amid the turd-vines and the synthetic ejaculates." –Vice

"Let me tell you something: In this increasingly cynical world of happily self-imposed isolation and sneering judgement, one graphicish novella, with pixie-like tickles, appears through the misty mist to take us all by the hand gently unto the night. You hold in your hand that very thing. Johnny Ryan's Angry Youth Comix. Now go away." –David Cross
Johnny Ryan
(99% sure this photo was by Joshy D.)

The Secret Headquarters

3817 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Mon - Sat 11-9 / Sun 12-7

 
 






Liberation Magazine from Angouleme
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under office funcomics industryart 3 Feb 2015 12:33 PM
Associate Publisher and bad-ass 'round the world, Eric Reynolds, just returned from Angouleme with this sweet newspaper and we immediately scanned it!
Liberation
This cover of the daily newspaper Libération graced every newsstand in Angouleme over the weekend. How many Fantagraphics-published characters can you identify?
 


Love from Powell's
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under PeanutsCharles M Schulzarbitrary cuteness 3 Feb 2015 11:11 AM
Vday powell's
It's that time of year again! When sad boys and girls wait outside their mailbox for a letter, or constantly refresh their email for that higher mail number. Maybe it's someone waiting for a fresh-cut bouquet of flowers or (if you're like me and flowers are like giving someone a small pet to take care of) a box of chocolates.
Vigil
Maybe it's knowing others just suffer in the same universal waiting game, even though the waiting is what makes the receiving that much more delightful. Fear not. for Powell's City of Books in Portland, OR has the front of the store display packed to the gills with Valentine's Day appropriate candy and of course, A Valentine for Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schulz.
Charlie brown 
So get a copy for loved one as a gentle reminder of the anxiety such holidays give us and that they are loved. Or for yourself and revel, you swine, in someone else's quiet pain! Love, Fantagraphics.
A Valentine for Charlie Brown
 

  



SEATTLE: Peter Bagge at Arcane Comics
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter Baggeevents 2 Feb 2015 3:09 PM

Sweatshop
FEBRUARY 13th - At the book release party you won't want to miss next Friday, February 13th local comic book legend and raconteur, Peter Bagge, will be signing at Arcane Comics at 6pm. His newest book is a collection of the DC comic, Sweatshop, which discusses seedy underbelly of the comic book industry. Originally published as a six-issue series by DC Comics in 2003 this is one of the best and most undervalued works of one of the key voices of his generation.

Sweatshop focuses on the unhappy, out-of-touch cartoonist, Mel Bowling. As the hand behind a very bad daily comic strip called Freddy Ferret (a cross between Dilbert and Garfield), he spends most of his time listening to Rush Limbaugh and coming up with horrible catchphrases to merchandise, while his "sweatshop" cast of studio assistants grind out all the hard work.  

Sweatshop Peter Bagge
Arcane Comics is located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. Wet your whistle on some Hilliard's beer while at the shop and enjoy flipping through the well-indexed floppy comics (they have some serious signage going on). Invite your friends via Facebook so no one misses out!

"I can count on one hand the number of comic artists whose work is as strong... maybe on two or three fingers... It's a laff riot, what can I tell ya?" - R. Crumb 

arcane
(photo by James Brooks)

Arcane Comics
5809 15th Avenue Northwest
Seattle, WA 98107
206.781.4875







UK: Young Adult Exhibition features Fanta cartoonists
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Noah Van SciverGilbert HernandezeventsDaniel ClowesChuck ForsmanCharles Forsmanart showsart 2 Feb 2015 11:11 AM

Young Adult exhibit
MILLENNIUM COURT ARTS CENTRE
JANUARY 23rd - FEBRUARY 28th 2015


Curated by Ben Crothers
Currently on display: YOUNG ADULT (or, a daring, urgent, malfunctioning age) exposes and investigates youth culture gone wrong. Fun, boredom, alcohol, sex, parties, drugs, gangs, violence and death collide in an array of video, photography, comic books and literature which straddles both sides of the Atlantic, exploring young adulthood in the UK and the United States, from Belfast and Manchester to New York and North Carolina. Featuring works by seminal cartoonists such as Daniel Clowes and Gilbert Hernandez in addition to the next generation of Charles Forsman and Noah Van Sciver, this show is a must see for the comics fan in the United Kingdom.

Focusing on work made about teenagers and twenty-somethings, YOUNG ADULT depicts those who seek solace in places where they perhaps should not, taking extreme measures to postpone adulthood and the difficulties which await them. Referred to as Millennials, Generation Y, "boomerang kids", and the "Peter Pan generation", their youth no longer presents hope and promise for the future, but rather crippling uncertainty. Numbing themselves to a reality for which they were never prepared (despite, or indeed because of, their comfortable upbringings and college educations), rites of passage into adulthood are rejected as today's young adults hurtle towards it, with potentially devastating consequences.

Here some young adults flip through some of the comics on display after seeing artwork:
Young Adult exhib 

Whether presenting fact or fiction, the artists and writers featured within the exhibition all recognise the complex problems facing young adults in contemporary society. Some may blur or distort the truth, but even escapism ultimately leads back to reality. The traditional process of growing up seems to have gone off course as contemporary youths face issues and challenges that did not exist, or were unacknowledged, in previous generations. Young people are going back to school for lack of better options, travelling the world, avoiding commitments, competing for unpaid internships, and remain unattached to romantic partners or permanent homes - in other words, forestalling the beginning of what many would consider "adult life".

Frat boys under the influence of drugs and alcohol, teenage vandals, and internet-addicted, jobless graduates suffering from ennui are yet to find their place in the world, passively drifting through life or desperately seeking some form of respite, whether it is healthy or ultimately all the more damaging.

Ian Charlesworth / Daniel Clowes / Brian Finke / Charles Forsman / Gilbert Hernandez / Dave Kiersh / Tao Lin / Michael Lucid / Mardou / Rebecca McIlwaine / Alasdair McLellan / Ryan Moffett / Erin Patrice O'Brien / Francis Pienaar / Noah Van Sciver / Charlie White

Millennium Court Arts Centre
William Street, Portadown
Craigavon
County Armagh BT62 3NX
United Kingdom
 
















ROME: Glumba Skzx features Fanta cartoonists
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Simon HanselmanneventsEsther Pearl Watsonart shows 2 Feb 2015 10:12 AM
Unlovable
GLUMBA SKZX
Ex Elettrofonica, Rome
January 13th - March 7th, 2015

Curated by Ben Crothers

Currently on display at Ex Elettrofonica, you'll find some seemingly insignificant objects, concepts and situations are challenged and disrupted in GLUMBA SKZX, through which the chance encounter is celebrated and the purposeless, banal and irrelevant are re-presented in highly imaginative ways.

The exhibiting artists reinterpret and re-evaluate pre-existing material and explore elements of everyday life which may often be overlooked: reimagining water as a luxurious, decadent beauty product (Adham Faramawy); purposefully enacting a series of common mistakes (Michael Hanna); video-recording a small wooden crate's journey through the postal delivery system (Shiro Masuyama); writing and illustrating a comics series based on a teenager's diary found in a gas-station bathroom (Esther Pearl Watson); expensively documenting items of low value (Theo Simpson); creating sculptures from childhood toys and household objects (Ben Craig); inventing a fictional gang based on an encounter on the New York subway (Fiona Larkin); photographing a fleeting moment in which the aesthetic cross-associations between a dog and a plastic garden chair became apparent (Locky Morris); and drawing inspiration from a children's book to create an adult-themed comic strip about a witch, her cat boyfriend, and an anthropomorphic owl (Simon Hanselmann).
Simon

GLUMBA SKZX embraces humour and the absurd in a multi-sensory environment in which photography, video and sculpture are exhibited alongside comic books, toys and second-hand clothing, which demand our attention and consideration just as much as the more readily acceptable forms of contemporary art on display. Audiences are urged to reconsider that which would not ordinarily be exhibited in a contemporary art gallery, faced with misspelt tattoos, playful canines, plastic banana holders, and a drug-addicted witch. Like the exhibition title itself, meaning often lies where one may not expect, taking us by surprise, making us smile, and changing our perspective.

Featuring works by: Ben Craig; Adham Faramawy; Michael Hanna; Simon Hanselmann; Fiona Larkin; Shiro Masuyama; Locky Morris; Theo Simpson; and Esther Pearl Watson.

Read more about the exhibit here in the ATP Diary (in Italian and French). 

Gallery
Vicolo Sant'Onofrio 10-11 ROMA
Hours: From Tuesday to Friday 16.00 - 20.00
Saturday by appointment
Sunday and Monday closed  







Fanta cartoonists all over the boob tube
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Simon HanselmannPeter BaggeDash Shaw 29 Jan 2015 12:28 PM
comics
For those of you watching FXX's Man Seeking Woman, you were probably pleasantly surprised when a nightstand featured some of our newest comics: Buddy Buys a Dump by Peter BaggeMegahex by Simon HanselmannCosplayers by Dash Shaw. Until they were replaced by a copy of Infinite Jest in an attempt to "seem cooler". Don't they know?! DON'T THEY KNOW COMICS ARE THE COOLEST?! Thanks to Noah Kuttler and Robin McConnell for the heads-up. 



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