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Cartoonist, journalist, designer 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.

Sam Hill returns in The Mysterious Case
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Rich Tommaso 10 Apr 2014 1:31 PM

Mysterious Case Cover
Our friend and private investigator Sam Hill has returned in The Mysterious Case. This comic by Rich Tommaso follows Sam Hill on a whole new mystery in the city! The year is 1939, where Hill is living in Los Angeles and working as an investigator for the D.A.'s office. On the very cusp of the noir genre in film, Sam finds himself in the middle of a double murder case involving oil industry magnates, con men, crooked cops and a budding movie starlet.

Sam Hill
Tommaso's gentleweaving of the darkest parts of the human mind is not his only talent, he's also our colorist on the Carl Barks' Duck books! Order Sam Hill: The Mysterious Case today from Tommaso's site for $7.95! The character you fell in love with in The Cavalier Mr. Thompson will not disappoint. It is much like Cavalier, but heavier on the crime [read: blood!], The Mysterious Case should satisfy readers interested in pulp fiction and historical fiction alike.

The Cavalier Mr. Thompson

Fantagraphics at Linework NW
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Julia GfrörerJim Woodringevents 9 Apr 2014 11:19 PM
Linework
Get yourself SO READY for Fantagraphics at the new, hip one day show in Portland, Oregon this weekend called Linework NW that is absolutely free to attend! From 2-9pm Linework NW will be open at Norse Hall at 111 NE 11th Ave. You'll find the Fantagraphics table (#18) RIGHT next to Jim Woodring's for all your signing needs! We'll have all the Multiverse titles you've been craving plus Woodring's sketchbook, Problematic. Julia Gfrörer will also be at Linework, right as you walk in the door (in teal below). If you see a copy of Black is the Color on her table or ours GRAB IT* because it is sold out. Julia is also signing at our table from 5:30-6:30pm.
 
The map
 
There are more parties than show practically at Linework. Thursday night is Edie Fake's presentation and siging for her new book, Memory Palaces at Floating World. The Opening Party is at Reading Frenzy on Friday, April 11, 7:00pm featuring Jim Woodring and Michael DeForge. After the show on Saturday is the Closing Party at Em Space: Saturday, April 12, 9:00 pm. And then finally on Sunday, April 13th at 7pm Gridlords will be performing along with Julia Gfrörer at Holocene Portland.
 
Linework NW guests
 
Panels:
4:30pm Release Party (Greig Lounge) Some of today's best cartoonists reveal their exciting new projects scheduled for 2014....and Beyond! With Farel Dalrymple, Julia Gfrörer, Sam Alden, Tom Neely and Benjamin Marra. Moderated by Sam Marx. 
 
5:30pm Super Real (Greig Lounge) Explore the surreal worlds of Special Guests Jim Woodring and Michael DeForge. In conversation with Cameron Snyder.
 
Debuts:
 
The Amateurs
Two butchers arrive at work to find their shop empty of meat and their minds empty of how to do their job. As customers arrive, events become increasingly disastrous. A surreal, debut graphic novella of horror and humor with one huge, hanging question. This often hilarious, enigmatic, and uncomfortable book establishes Stechschulte as an exciting new talent.
 
 
 
 
 
Buddy Buys a Dump
 • Buddy Buys a Dump The Complete Buddy Bradley Stories from "Hate" Comics Vol. 3 (2000-2013) by Peter Bagge
He's back! Now in his 30s and married with child, onetime slacker hero Buddy Bradley gets a "real" job, shaves his head, dons an eyepatch, quits his "real" job and buys the local dump - because what better place to raise a toddler? Peter Bagge's iconic character is to alternative comics what Homer Simpson has been to television animation over the past quarter-century: a generation-defining slacker and the greatest comedic character of its form and era.
 
Cosplayers
This 32 page floppy comic is a sweet & sour, sad & funny story that follows the adventures of Annie and Verti as they shoot homemade movies for YouTube, guerilla-style, and face some unexpected consequences. What could possibly go wrong? A one-shot dose of humor and melancholy from the creator of New School, BodyWorld, and Bottomless Belly Button.
 
 
 
 
The Complete Peanuts Vol. 1
 • The Complete Peanuts 1950-1952 Vol. 1 (paperback)  by Charles M. Schulz This first volume, covering the first two and a quarter years of the strip. Three major cast members - Schroeder, Lucy, and Linus - initially show up as infants and only "grow" into their final "mature" selves as the months go by. Even Snoopy debuts as a puppy! 
 
So come on by this fantastic FREE show this Saturday and say hi to me, I'll be sling all those hot Fantagraphics' titles you've been waiting for!
 
* and pay for Black is the Color or I will hunt you down.








New Comics Day 4.9.14
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under New Comics DayDash Shaw 9 Apr 2014 6:30 PM

Cosplayers

Cosplayers
by Dash Shaw

32-page full color 6.5" x 10.25" comic • $5.00 

"a more light-hearted, yet still artistically experimental, effort from [Shaw]." -Rich Barrett, Mental Floss

"Shaw appreciates this comic because he thought it would be cool to take things that are outside of the pamphlet comic culture and put it back in pamphlet comic form. He did this so it would be shelved next to Batman and Superman." -The Etownian

HATE and MEAT CAKE: Digital Debut on comiXology
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter Baggedigital comicsDame DarcycomiXology 9 Apr 2014 11:00 AM
 hatedame
Fantagraphics Books Digitally Debuts
Peter Bagge's Hate & Dame Darcy's Meat Cake
On ComiXology Today

Two classic series now available digitally for the first time ever on comiXology

First issue of Hate and Meat Cake FREE for limited time!

April 9, 2014 - Seattle, WA / New York, NY - Fantagraphics Books, publishers of the world's greatest cartoonists and comiXology, the revolutionary cloud-based digital comics platform, today digitally debuted two fan-favorite comic series: Peter Bagge's Hate and Dame Darcy's Meat Cake. The first 10 issues of Peter Bagge's Hate and the first 7 issues of Dame Darcy's Meat Cake are available now across comiXology's entire platform including iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Windows 8 & the Web at www.comiXology.com.

To celebrate these great additions to the comiXology platform both Hate #1 and Meat Cake #1 are available completely free for a limited time only!

"Now the entire world will be reading my old Hate comics, everywhere, every day, at all times," said Peter Bagge, creator of Hate. "How exciting!"

"Having Meat Cake on comiXology is a dream come true for me," said Dame Darcy, creator of Meat Cake. "It is so amazing these issues can be available to anyone."

"Debuting Hate and Meat Cake digitally on comiXology marks a new era for these historic Fantagraphics titles," said Fantagraphics Associate Publisher Eric Reynolds. "Although the trade paperbacks collecting these works are perennial classics, this marks the first time that the single issues of these generation-defining classics have been widely available in well over a decade. Now with comiXology's help, readers around the world will be able to experience them anew and discover just what makes these books so timelessly great."

"We're thrilled to be able to bring Peter Bagge and Dame Darcy's outstanding comics series to a new generation of comic fans!" said comiXology's VP of Communications & Marketing Chip Mosher. "We know there are plenty of Hate and Meat Cake fans that are dying to read these stories again and we're sure even more fans will be made when comics fans experience these comics through our cinematic Guided View reading technology."

Hate

Peter Bagge's Hate was first published in 1990 and with a critically acclaimed 30-issue run it was one of the best-selling alternative comics of the 1990's. Hate chronicles the life of Buddy Bradley, a Generation X malcontent and his adventures through life in grunge-era Seattle and subsequently with his dysfunctional family in New Jersey. Peter Bagge and Fantagraphics Books plan to release Buddy Buys A Dump, a follow up to Bagge's Hate #1-30, in June of 2014.

Meat Cake

Dame Darcy's Meat Cake has been in publication since 1993 with each issue delving into Darcy's unique neo-Victorian world. Each of Darcy's Meat Cake stories range from horrifying to hilarious and even romantic with a cast of characters like Effluvia the Mermaid, the roguish roué Wax Wolf, Igpay the Pig-Latin pig and many more!

With over 45,000 comics and graphic novels from more than 75 publishers, comiXology offers the widest selection of digital comics in the world. ComiXology's immense catalog and unique Guided View reading experience is available across the iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows 8 and on www.comixology .com - making it the best digital platform for comic and graphic novel fans worldwide.



Comics & Cinema: Finding Neighbors
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under slimy marketingevents 4 Apr 2014 11:28 AM

Finding Neighbors

COMICS IN A MOVIE ALERT! FINDING NEIGHBORS is coming to a film festival near you, as soon as this weekend and it's about a cartoonist. There is some Fantagraphics fun sprinkled in here and there so keep your eyes peeled for the Fanta-Look-and-Find. FINDING NEIGHBORS is showing this weekend at the Florida Film Festival in Orlando and the Boston LGBT Film Festival as well as Dallas and California later this month so check their site for more details.

FINDING NEIGHBORS is a comedic drama about Sam Tucker (Oscar® nominee Michael O'Keefe, The Great Santini), a successful stay-at-home graphic novelist, who has hit a mid-life and creative crisis. Six months late on the deadline of his latest novel, Sam has already created turmoil with his publisher after his last book was a disaster. When his therapist wife Mary (Catherine Dent, TV's The Shield) starts to suspect Sam of having an affair with Sherrie (Julie Mond), his provocative and willing next-door neighbor, she's surprised to find out he's actually spending all of his time with a man. Jeff (Blake Bashoff), his gay fellow "housewife" neighbor, is a fan of Sam's published works. As his friendship with Jeff grows and he begins to recapture his creative fire, Sam finds he may be losing the one thing he never doubted: his marriage. Also featuring Sean Patrick Thomas as Jeff's partner, Paul.

A touching film about friendship and confidence, FINDING NEIGHBORS is writer/director Ron Judkins's first feature since his acclaimed The Hi-Line from 1999.

LA: Unlovable 3 signing with Esther Pearl Watson
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under eventsEsther Pearl Watson 3 Apr 2014 12:51 PM

Unlovable

OH NO, you did not just get invited to the Unlovable Volume 3 Launch Party, we were just SHOWING you that there is one. Kim said that she and Erick were gonna like, crash it, but we just got these swede pants from the thrift store and new earrings from the Collin Creek Mall---OH FINE, EVERYONE IS INVITED!

Skylight Books in Los Angeles is proud to announce they are hosting the Unlovable Volume 3 Launch Party with cartoonist Esther Pearl Watson on Sunday, May 4th. Summer vacation is here and Tammy Pierce is back with more sometimes ordinary, often humiliating, occasionally poignant, and usually hilarious exploits from the pages of Bust magazine! Her hopes, dreams, agonies, and defeats are brought to vivid, comedic life by Watson's lovingly grotesque drawings, filled with all the eighties essentials - too much mascara, leg warmers with heels, and huge hair, etc. - as well as timeless teen concerns like acne, dandruff, and the opposite sex (or same sex, in some cases). Tammy's life isn't pretty, but it is endlessly endearing and hilarious especially under the pen of Esther Pearl Watson.

See you there at Skylight books at 5pm (May 4th) on Sunday, Sunday, Sunday! TP provided.

Esther Pearl Watson's Unlovable  Esther

Skylight Books
1818 N Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027 

New Comics Day 4.2.14
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under PeanutsNew Comics DayCharles M Schulz 1 Apr 2014 8:40 PM

This week's comic shop shipment is slated to include the following new title. 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.

Batter Up, Charlie Brown

Batter Up, Charlie Brown!
by Charles M. Schulz

64-page black & white (with spot color) 5.75" x 5.75" hardcover • $9.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-725-3

"If baseball had a fictional Hall of Fame for philosophical managers, an entire wing could be devoted to Charlie Brown who invests new meaning in that old line that 'hope springs eternal.'... In every game, one team has to lose. Batter Up is for anyone who's ever lost." -Bob Minzesheimer, USA Today  

"Three stories of his endearing, but routinely fruitless, outings are collected in this handsome booklet, perfect for Peanuts and baseball fans alike." -Publishers Weekly  

Tony Millionaire at Graham Crackers Chicago
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Tony Millionaireevents 1 Apr 2014 4:07 PM

Tony at Graham Crackers

Our main man Tony Millionaire is signing the night before CAKE in Chicago! Join him at Graham Crackers Comics Loop location on 77 E. Madison for imbibing and scribblin' in his new book Tony Millionaire's Sock Monkey Treasury. From 5-7pm, he is yours to pester with great questions and post for pictures.

The precocious sock monkey Uncle Gabby and his innocent pal Mr. Crow are the heroes of this endearing new and all-ages collection. Follow them as they try to find a home for a shrunken head, play matchmakers between the bat in the doll's house and the mouse in the basement, unlock the mysteries of a glass doorknob, hunt salamanders, try to get to heaven, and much more. Millionaire will also sign copies of his latest strip collection Green Eggs and Maakies, blending vaudeville-style humor and a breathtakingly beautiful line that recalls the glory days of the American comic strip. By all means, bring in those Green Eggs & Maakies collections or pick up a new one at Graham Crackers.

Sock Monkey TreasuryMillionaire portrait

Green Eggs & Maakies
Graham Crackers Comics Loop
77 East Madison
Chicago, IL
www.grahamcrackers.com



Jaime Hernandez & Inkstuds at Meltdown
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Jaime Hernandezevents 1 Apr 2014 12:57 PM

Inkstuds Poster

This April 24th at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles Love and Rockets' Jaime Hernandez will be on a panel with fellow cartoonists and animators Pendleton Ward, Bryan Lee O'Malley and Thompas Herpich. They will be interviewed by Inkstuds radio show host, Robin McConnell and cartoonist, Brandon Graham in what will be a packed room (please let them have A/C). After the panel, Jaime will be signing books INCLUDING the newest collection Love Bunglers.

Please register by email/Eventbrite by April 24th to guarantee your seat in this standing-room only event! So keep earning money on that paper route so you can get a copy of Love Bunglers, bring your favorite Love and Rockets issues (plus some Prophet for Brandon and Simon to sign) and we'll see you THERE at Thursday, April 24th at 7pm.

The Love Bunglers

Meltdown Comics
7522 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
www.meltcomics.com

 


Fantagraphics at MoCCA 2014
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Robert WilliamsPeter BaggePaul HornschemeierLeslie SteinKim DeitchJustin HallJulia GfrörerJoost SwarteJesse ReklaweventsEsther Pearl WatsonDash ShawConor StechschulteCharles M SchulzCharles Forsman 31 Mar 2014 7:48 PM
MoCCA Poster

Next weekend, April 5th and 6th at the regal 69th Regiment Armory Fantagraphics will be participating and doing a little dance for the MoCCA Arts Fest. Gary Groth will be presiding on his court with Frank Santoro at the Fantagraphics tables for MoCCA fest on April 5-6th. We'll be on the slight right just as you enter the convention at tables A20-A23!

MoCCA map
 
 
Debuts:The Amateurs
Two butchers arrive at work to find their shop empty of meat and their minds empty of how to do their job. As customers arrive, events become increasingly disastrous. A surreal, debut graphic novella of horror and humor with one huge, hanging question. This often hilarious, enigmatic, and uncomfortable book establishes Stechschulte as an exciting new talent.
Buddy Buys a DumpBuddy Buys a Dump The Complete Buddy Bradley Stories from "Hate" Comics Vol. 3 (2000-2013) by Peter Bagge
He's back! Now in his 30s and married with child, onetime slacker hero Buddy Bradley gets a "real" job, shaves his head, dons an eyepatch, quits his "real" job and buys the local dump - because what better place to raise a toddler? Peter Bagge's iconic character is to alternative comics what Homer Simpson has been to television animation over the past quarter-century: a generation-defining slacker and the greatest comedic character of its form and era.
 
Cosplayers
This 32 page floppy comic is a sweet & sour, sad & funny story that follows the adventures of Annie and Verti as they shoot homemade movies for YouTube, guerilla-style, and face some unexpected consequences. What could possibly go wrong? A one-shot dose of humor and melancholy from the creator of New School, BodyWorld, and Bottomless Belly Button.
 
 
 
 
Summer vacation is here and Tammy Pierce is back with more sometimes ordinary, often humiliating, occasionally poignant, and usually hilarious exploits from the pages of Bust magazine! Her hopes, dreams, agonies, and defeats are brought to vivid, comedic life by Watson's lovingly grotesque drawings, filled with all the eighties essentials - too much mascara, leg warmers with heels, and huge hair, etc.
 
Vol. 1 (paperback)  by Charles M. Schulz This first volume, covering the first two and a quarter years of the strip, features hundreds of strips rarely reprinted before this series. Three major cast members - Schroeder, Lucy, and Linus - initially show up as infants and only "grow" into their final "mature" selves as the months go by. Even Snoopy debuts as a puppy! 
 
FRIDAY:
 
Friday night be sure to check out Robert Williams' Mr. Bitchin', a documentary about his career, showing at SVA's Beatrice Theater in collaboration with the Society of Illustrators.
 
GUESTS 2
SATURDAY PANELS:
 
2:00 Drinking Ink: Art Spiegelman and Joost Swarte in Conversation (Room One)
Art Spiegelman and Joost Swarte have a long association, dating back to the earliest days of Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly's RAW Magazine, to which Swarte was a frequent contributor. Both artists have distinguished themselves with artwork both witty and profound, both have produced expressive comics and striking single images, and both have worked in multiple media including architecture and performance. Together, the pair will discuss their careers, their shared histories, comics and more in a conversation moderated by Bill Kartalopoulos. (90 minutes)

3:30 Drew Friedman Presents Old Jewish Comedians (Room One)
Drew Friedman is an iconic cartoonist and illustrator whose intensely rendered, caricatural work first gained notice in the pages of publications including RAW and Spy, and whose illustrations regularly appear on the front page of the New York Observer. His upcoming book, Heroes of the Comics, will feature portraits of cartooning legends. Currently the subject of an exhibit at the Society of Illustrators, Friedman will discuss his Old Jewish Comedians series of books in this special presentation, revealing the concept and process behind these books, as well as their reception among the "Old Jewish Comedians" themselves. Broadcasting legend Joe Franklin will be co-hosting this auspicious panel

1:00 Robert Williams Q+A (Room Two)
Robert Williams has enjoyed a diverse and profoundly influential career expressing a singular artistic vision. Emerging from the West Coast hot rod scene (where he produced graphics for Ed "Big Daddy" Roth), Williams produced some of the finest underground comix of his era in the pages of Zap. Williams proceeded to produce a body of intense, phantasmagorical paintings and jumpstarted the so-called "lowbrow" art movement, founding the influential Juxtapoz Magazine in 1994. He will discuss his career in comics and fine art with critic and curator Carlo McCormick (Paper Magazine).

2:00 How Comics Are Queer (Room Two)
As long as there have been comics there have been queer cartoonists. Comics that authentically engaged queer experience in America emerged in the radical underground comix milieu of the 1960s and '70s, fueled by the social liberation movements of the era. Comics' status in American culture echoes queer experience: once marginalized, now accepted, but still contested-while some of the most acclaimed comics of the day speak to and from queer experience. Howard Cruse, Edie Fake, Justin Hall and L. Nichols will consider the historical and contemporary intersections of queer experience and comics with moderator Margaret Galvan (The Graduate Center, City University of New York).

GUESTS

SUNDAY PANELS:

1:00 Comics, Illustration and the Conceptual Image (Room One)

What does it mean to express an abstract idea in a concrete drawing? What is the difference between an idea that can be expressed in a single image and one that requires sequential exposition? Internationally acclaimed artists Marion Fayolle (In Pieces), Joost Swarte (Is That All There Is?), and Brecht Vandenbroucke (White Cube), work in both comics and illustration, addressing subtle emotional and intellectual concepts in each form. They will consider these questions and more in conversation with New York Times Art Director Alexandra Zsigmond.
 
MORE GUESTS
Saturday Signing Schedule:
11am-1pm  Dash Shaw & Kim Deitch
1-2pm         Chuck Forsman & Paul Hornschemeier
2-3pm        Robert Williams & Chuck Forsman & Paul Hornschemeier
3-4pm        Joost Swarte & Justin Hall & Leslie Stein
4-6pm        Jesse Reklaw & Julia Gfrörer

Sunday Signing Schedule:
11am-1pm Julia Gfrörer & Justin Hall
1-2pm        Robert Williams & Chuck Forsman & Paul Hornschemeier
2-3pm        Joost Swarte & Chuck Forsman & Paul Hornschemeier
3-4pm        Leslie Stein & Kim Deitch & Jesse Reklaw
4-5pm        Kim Deitch & Jesse Reklaw

DASH AND CHUCK
And anytime from now until May 3rd you should check out the Drew Friedman exhibit at the Society of Illustrators!
Drew Friedman exhibit
MoCCA Festival
69th Regiment Armory
68 Lexington Ave,
New York, NY 10010
  

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